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FOURTH OF JULY NUMBER 

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NEW YORK JULY 7 1906 




VOL.LIV 



NO. 20 



FOUNDED BY FRANK QUEEN 1853 



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flEecdotss, Personalities and Conents, 

COHCEBMIHO 

STIGE FOLK and Sometimes OTHERS 

BY J oseph 1 \n a ao. 

"While 70a wilt," should be the buHncss 
motto of George, that clever son of Jerry 
and Helen Cohan, for, besides giving all 
necessary attention to the professional duties 
of stage work, rehearsals and the like, he 
fills In his odd momenta writing plays, songs 
and music for others, accomplishing suc- 
cessful results In an Incredibly short period 
of time— In fact, while you wait. 

Ginger and "go" suffuse his work from 
start to finish. The life and whirl in his 
own especial style of ecentrlc dancing seem 
to go Into whatever he produces, and a propot 
of his tornado style of getting over stage 
space, the story la told of how he originated 
this fashion of eccentric stage work, which 
has attracted many Imitators. 

Several years ago, when he was very much 
of a "kiddle," and doing, among other 
things, considerable dancing, his ambition 
reached ont for some new Idea la the terp- 
slchorean field. He was an expert buck and 
wing performer, and he wondered If In some 
way he could not elaborate the steps Into 
what wonld tetm something different, by a 
change In music and rhythm. In Buffalo 
one Monday morning at rehearsal he de- 
scribed to the musical director the sort of 
tempo and style of music to which he wished 
to try his usual steps. The trial did not 
work to advantage. Then It suddenly oc- 
curred to the director that he had at his 
borne Just the music the youngster wanted, 
and It was araoged that he should bring It 
that night and play It at the performance, 
so sure was he of Its suitability, and young 
Cohan's ability to dance to It without re- 
hearsal. 

The usual sand on the stage had been 
omitted, and as the dancer began fitting the 
old steps to the new-old music, they did not 
go for a minute or two. Then Cohan got 
Into the motive, and began skipping about 
the ssndless stage with Jumping steps, but 
using something of the "buck" principles. 
With this he interpolated eccentric gyrations 
of body end the flinging backward of bis 
bead, which so many have since Imitated. 
From this be gradually developed hla present 
manner of dancing, peculiar to himself. 
9 
When Josephine Cohan made her vaude- 
ville appearance under the Keith manage- 
ment In Boston, she was about nine years of 
age, and was billed as "Baby Cohan," ap- 
pearing with the others of that versatile 
family, afterwards known aa the Four Co- 
hans. At that time the Gerry societies were 
beginning to enforce their laws concerning 
the public appearances of children. A Bos- 
ton devotee to this reform movement saw 
the child at the first performance and re- 
ported the fact to the society, which sent a 
representative to the theatre. 

The management was forewarned of the 
contemplated visit, and Papa Coban pre- 
pared for It When the Gerrylte appeared 
on the scene and demanded to see "Baby 
Cohan," her father presented himself In her 
place. 

"But I want to see the child, 'Baby Co- 
ban,' " Insisted the official. 

"I'm 'Baby Cohan,' " blandly claimed Jo- 
sephine's parent, who then explained how he 
bad been nick-named In that manner, re- 
gretting that the name had ever afterwards 
stuck to him, and frequently to his great an- 
noyance, proved by the present Incident 
Satisfied with the explanation the official de- 
parted without farther molestation. 

* 

Tom Lewis, "The Unknown" In George 
Cohen's "Little Johnny Jones," made fre- 
quent repetition of tbe now popular slang 
phrase, "Twenty-three," during the progress 
of tbe play. However, there was no explana- 
tion of his ose of it, and everybody wondered 
what It meant Many were the inquiries 
but no satisfactory answer could be found. 

A frequenter of the Harlem Opera House 
during Cohan's engagement there, overheard 
one explanation that seemed plausible at the 
time. Two men stood at the back of the 
bouse deeply interested in the progress of 
tbe performance. Finally one said to tbe 
other: 

"What on earth does Lewis mean by 
'Twenty-threat'" 

The other, who knew as little about the 
matter as his friend, but not caring to ap- 
pear uninformed, knowingly replied: 

"Oh, that's a reference to the number of 
Cohan's lodge — yon know he's a prominent 
Elk." 

* 

Aa usher at the theatre was approached] 



by a man a short time before the curtain 
went up one night, and said : 

"Look here, yonng feller, I want to ask 
you a question, What the Hexx does Twen. 
tythrce' mean? I've been her twice before 
to-night, first with my family and then with 
friends, and know the play backwards, for- 
wards and endways. I've been asked more 
than once tbe meaning of 'Twenty three,' 'so 
I came here alone to-night to find out Now, 
man to man, what does It mean?" 

"Get out!" replied the usher, which tbe 
man for a moment understood to spply to 
himself, preparing to resent the command, 
until the Inference was explained. 

"Well, tbat'a Just what I'll do, now that I 
know what the pesky thing means," said he, 
fading through the doorway, fully satisfied. 
» 

n. O. Snowies, the humorist who. In the 
English music halls Is known as "It. G.," 
likes to joke with bis mother, sad he tells 
many tales of "stringing" the dear old lady. 
On one occasion during the relating of his 
experiences in England, hla mother asked: 

"And did yon ever speak to the Queen?" 
This was some yeara ago when Victoria was 
living. 

"No," replied the comedian, "but her son 



they enjoy retaliation. "Well, I'll tell you. 
I'd auggest that at least once a week tbey 
turn a big hose on all of you. It might not 
refine your minds, but It would cleanse your 
bodies." 

At this defiance of them, given In so dig- 
nified a manner, their disapproval was 
changed to cheers, for they saw the truth 
of hla words, and took them good natnredly. 
He has ever since been a favorite In Black- 
burn. 

♦ 

A quick rejoinder In a game of pinochle 
was made the other day, and overheard by 
one who repeated the circumstances to the 
writer. This alluring game la a great favor- 
ite with a certain fair prima donna who 
would rather play It than eat, and she dearly 
loves the good things of the table. Hearts 
were trumps, and, at this stage of the game 
the last two or three bands were In progress. 
Her opponent gingerly lay down the ace of 
spades, expecting It to be trumped. To her 
surprise the fair singer followed with an- 
other card of tbe same size and suit 

"Ob !" gasped the other, "I felt sure you'd 
get my beautiful ace." 

"No," replied the beautiful singer. "I 
didn't have the heart to take It from you." 



Of or Id of Players. 

Notes prom Edward It. Salter's Atthac- 
tions. — The Rebecca Warren Stock Co.. 
under the above management, closed an eight 
weeks' engagement at tbe Park Theatre, In- 
dianapolis, June 23. The season wan very 
successful, and Mr. Salter has closed con- 
tracts with Dkkson & Talbott to place the 
company In that city neit Summer. Miss 
Warren will go out under Mr. Salter's man- 
agement next season, providing he can ob- 
tain a suitable play for her. Maretta Smart 
has been engaged by Mr. Salter, to be feat- 
ured lu tbo leading part of the Western "A 
Mad Love' Co. Irene Menra and Ida Law- 
rence wtl go out with Mr. Salter's "Ikey and 
Abey" Co. 

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and I had a few words, and I don't go 
around to tbo house aa often these days." 

"Well, It's only natural that you wouldn't 
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era. "It's all right a mother should always 
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"The peculiarities of some of the English 
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Knowles relates that when appearing first 
at Blackburn, where tbe miners form a big 
part of tbe audience, he was met with 
"boos," howls and derisive epithets, for tbey 
didn't like Americans there at that time. 
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. Notes from the B. C. Whitney Attbac- 
hioNH. — B. C. Whitney, whose headquarters 
(are located In Detroit, Mich., will be largely 
Interested the coming season, both In the- 
atres and road attractions. In addition to 
managing the Detroit Opera House, of De- 
troit, and. the Princess Theatre, of Toronto, 
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bock and lyrics by It. Melville Baker, and 
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HsII. The productions for all these attrac- 
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Bert St. John, general manager : Oua Bohlke, 
general stage director; Frank Cowling, gen- 
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The Shubmts have purchased tbe Banger 
nail property, Richmond, Vs., and will erect 
a 170,000 theatre. 



drama, "The Mlssourlans ;" Howard Hall's 
"Tbe Soldier of the Umpire;" the popular 
costume drama, "In the Presence of tbo 
King," and ihs well known society dramn, 
"Tbo Charity Boll." 

Notbh ntoii Ly/cbuh Comedy Co. — We 
closed our slock engagement at Plqua, O,, 
June 1, to excellent business. We opened 
under canvas 7, at Williamsburg, Ky.. to 
capacity, and business has been excellent. 
Itoster Is: Al. 8. Evans and II. O. Williams, 
proprietors; Will W. Sterling, Bart Highly, 
C. c. Baum, H. K. Pollock, C. H. Tate. Prof. 
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Kdlth Morion and Josephine West Jack 
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week. We are booked solid for next season. 
Our regular season opens July 27. We have 
fifteen fair dntes booked, playlDg two a week 
In some of the Kentucky time, 

Pauline Hall was thrown from her car- 
riage at Yonkers, N. Y„ June 20, and her leg 
was broken near the ankle. 

"Tub IIvrocitiTEH," Henry Arthur Jones 
new play, will open the Hudson Tbeatre In 
September. 

ALESXAHDEa PfiiLLtr* has been engaged by 
Tlios. and Wm. Jefferson for their production 
of "Playing the Game," for next season. 

"Man and His Anori,," by Stanley Dark, 
will be produced by Kdward A. linden next 
season, and Holbrook It linn and Frances 
Hlng bare been engaged for the principal 
roles. 

Frank Wikhtrin. musical director, closed 
with Jos. W. Spears' "The Irish Pawnbrokers" 
Co., at St. John, N. B., June 0, and Is spend- 
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enjoying the Ashing- and other pleasures of 
tbe Northern lake resorts. Manager Ranks m 
closed bis season at Scraoton, l r n., Mny 12, 



and Jumped direct to Sault Ste Marie. Mich., 

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besides the extraordinary productions pre- 
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Joseph Arthurs play, "Lost lllver:" the Bo- 
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A medley of melodies olden 

Were played In my hearing to-night, 
My heart In swift unison throbbing, 

Kach rich chord an added delight. 
I listened and thought of poor Foster, 

Who. penniless, often would roam 
So lonely, unkempt nnd neglected — 

The man who wrote "Old Folks at Home." 

His life was a curious failure, 

Though Fortune had ever been kind. 
He lived to be friendless, forsaken. 

For none to Ms faults could be blind. 
Mo had all the qualities golden 

That make for success, hut the Gnome, 
Self-indulgence, too quickly o'erpowered 

The mnn wbo wrote "Old Folks at Home." 

How sweet Jenny Ltnd must bare sung It ; 

It reached tho warm heart of the world, 
A song-gem of wonderful lustre 

By many fnlr throat Impenrled. 
Yea, millions hare warbled Ills ballads. 

They snnx deep, aa lines from a tomb ; 
He knew how to piny on kind heart-strings— 

The man who wrote. "Old Folks at Home." 

Thank God for the proofs of his talent 

That still arc re-echoed to-day ; 
They help to mnkc men friends nnd brothers, 

For all feel their soul-thrilling sway. 
He founded American folk-song, 

Now recognised far o'er tbo foam; 
Perhaps ho will ne'er be forgotten— 

Tbe man who wrote "Old Folks at Home." 

At last has his genius been honored, 

Though Of ty long yeara In bis grave, 
Somewhere here. In old Pennsylvania, 

Like "Massn, renowned hy his slave, 
The denr Utile folks of Kentucky 

Have reared bencnth heaven's bhicdomo 
A statue, now faithfully showing 

Tho man who wrote "Old Folks at Home." 



GojUbbj Dhanb, who recently closed with 
(lie Whylo Drnmnttc Co.. will spend a month 
vlNltlng her mother at Wichita, Kan. 

Notkb mom tho Harris- Parkinson Block 
Co. — Wc close, In two weeks, a forty-ulght 
weeks' sensou. This hns been the best sen- 
sou we hnru over had from n financial stand- 
point. Next season's time hns been nearly 
nil filled. We will bavo an entirely now 
list of plays. Tho following people were 
re-ongnged by Mr. Harris : Mario La 
Tour, fifth season; Louise Strathmore, fifth 
■am ; Cbas. Ten (T, fourth season; Hamil- 
ton L. Brooks, fourth senion ; Harry Le 
Comnte, second season ; Tlieo. Currle, sec- 
ond season ; Harry Feltus. third season ; 
Jnmcs Lelllcr, who hns been tho treasurer for 
Mr. Harris for the post seven seasons. The 
season opens at Islington, Ky., early lu 
August. 

MiTCHMM, and Wahdh will continue for the 
Summer senson with W. McGowan's "My 
Wife's Family" Co., now playing through tha 
West. 

Note* rnou tub Taylob Stock Co. — Wo 
will bo one of the new repertory organ Izh- 
lions on tbe road next season. II. W. Tnyloi 



utnei ticmriu*. ana /.uia umwortn. 
plays will bo In tbe repertory, with 
rcudcvllle acts. Tbo season will open 



for the mat ten seasons manager of tho Cook- 
Church mock Co., will be proprietor and man- 
ager. The following people have signed: An- 
dersen and Golncs, Do Lisle, Wm. Dale, Ben 
F. Lor in g f Harry Moore, Andrew MacKnlght, 
John McKenna, II. J. Welch, Anne lvers, 
Ethel Hcmrlek, nnd Zula Ellsworth. Ten 
■even 
I open on or 
about Aug. 11. with W. A. Taylor In advance 
of tho attraction. 

Notes rnou William Tjiii'mtt's Ster- 
ling Stock Co.— Tbo fifty-second week of tho 
season la In evidence. Just one year wince the 
opening In Western Kansas. The company at 
tills writing numbers within Its ranks only 
one who was not with the company at 
time of Its opening. Kansnu. Missouri, Illi- 
nois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, North Da- 
kota and South Dakota have supplied tbo 
territory, which will be largely the same dur- 
ing the coming season. Ti:o Fall fair dates 
open at Chllllcothe, Mo., Aug. 20. 

Caudi, Landon and wivh, wbo nre spend- 
ing their vacation at tho cottage, "Tho 
Carol," at South Hat-on, Midi., have been en- 

Sngcd by Le Comte & Klcsher for the Morey 
lock Co., for next season. 

May I'Jviik (Mrs. Lloyd Ncal), who under* 
went n difficult operation nt the Chicago linn- 
tlst Hospital, Chicago, III., on June IS, is 
rapidly recovering, and will spend the re- 
mainder of the Hummer at Fox Lake, 111. 

Tun Cr.Ainn Tuttlh Co. Is booked over 
Southern territory for next season, and Miss 
Tutlle will add several now plnys to ber 
repertory. 

A new thkathk, with all modern Improve- 
ments, Is now being constructed at lied Bank, 
N, J., and will be ouencd In August by Louis 
James. The ~ 
provements. 



all 1 



son by Mr. Spears, I 
edj, -Dad's Bide I'a 



James. The bouse will bavo alt modern lm 
'ovements. 

Hmikb A Body Notbh.— J. W. Hurke and 
Wm. J. Body wilt launch the Burke & llody 
Imperial Stock Co. the forthcoming sensor, 
taking tho road about Oct. 1. Tbey will carry 
about sixteen people, Including some of tho 
best vaudeville specialties to be had. In- 
cluding Nelletta Burke, the Inimitable song 
and dance performer, In up-to-date nongs and 
icflned buck and wing and skirt dancing. She 
was the principal feature with the Oullmetto 
"Wanted, a Wife," Co., and the Burke A Lind- 
say Combination, last season. A largo rep«r- 
tory of up-to-date comedies nnd dramas wHI 
bo presented next season, at popular prices. 
A full lino of special paper for each play, 
with special scenery and stage setting, will 
he carried. Mr. Body Is now looking after 
the paper, and Mr. Hurke will shortly return 
to Philadelphia, from which point be will 
book the show. , 

Don MacmiLLAN, manager of Macmlllan'fl 
Players, writes : "We are m our fifth success- 
ful week on the Bcll-Hnilard-Olcndorf circuit 
of alrdoracs. These open air theatres hnvo 
become a popular fad In Kansas and Mis- 
souri, and in fair weather many people are 
turned away nightly. Hostar of the above 
company includes: Dorothy Grey, Alma Vim 
Keller, Carrie Weller. Bessie L. Desn, 
Duncan Pemvnder, William IHake. Archie 
Lockrldge. Hurt Rawllnson, Walter Yant. 
'Henry, Mmer Cox, and Don Mactnlllan. 
Myself and wife, Dorothy Grey, havo signed 
with W. F. Mann's 'As Told In tho Hills' 
(coast), spssing lite In August." 



528 



THh! MJUW YORK CLIPPER. 



July 7 



Notes from Bunnowns' tan Dramatic 
and Specialty Co. — We opened the tenting 
season at Loup City, Neb., May 24, to ca- 
pacity bUBlneaa, and 25 and 2tt we turned 
people away. On Saturday night, 20, not a 
single person left after the regular perform- 
ance, but the entire audience remained for 
our concert; the name was the case at Gree- 
ley, Neb., June 17. We have one of the best 
equipped canvaa theatres on the road. Our 
big top li 60 by 100 feet ; our stage 18 by 24, 
with eight complete aeta of scenery. Our 
fancy parlor It mounted on flats, and is a 
very pretty scene tndeed. Few opera houses 
In the Btate have a better equipment of 
scenery than we carry, and we are con- 
tinually adding new stuff, as our plays re- 
quire ft. Harry Burton la now at work on 
n palace arch for the production of Wild 
Itoee." We carry sixteen people, and will 

5 tit on a fine uniformed band the first of 
uly. We also carry a fine Richmond piano. 
Our repertory includes popular comedies and 
dramas, and, with a fine line of special 

Saper, we are reaping our reward. The tent- 
ig season will run Into the middle of Sep- 
tember, when we go Into opera houses. 
Manager Burrowea ft now very busy book- 
ing time, and Is getting some of the 
very best time In Nebraska, North Dakota, 
Iowa and Minnesota. Our roster includes: 
Boyd Burrowes, proprietor and manager; 
Harry Burton, director and assistant man- 
ager; Joe Applcgate, stage manager; I; red 
Stevens, maater of properties: Nora Kline, 
musical directress; Clarence Burton, Lewis 
Kline, Fred V. Btevena H. Letl e Smith, 
Joy Applegato, M. F. Lyans, DM Bros., 
Jas. Kemp, Johnnie Burrowes, Ivy Bur- 
rowes. Clara Thornton, Goldle Beach, 
and Grace Applegate. Our concert features 
are — Boyd and Ivy llurrowes, Lew and Nora 
Kline, Goldle Beach, Fred V. Stevens. Klein 
Bros., Illustrated Bongs and moving pictures. 
Mr. Burrowes Is always looking after the new 
ones, and as fast as new ones are out he 
secures them. We were the first in Ne- 
braska to put on the San Vronclseo pictures, 
outside of the large cities. Tub Guxtm is 
received every week, and by the time we 
ure tbrongli with the two or three copies we 
receive, they look bb though they were made 
up for the ragbag. On June 10 Goldle 
Beach celebrated the nineteenth anniversary 
of her birth. After the performance a fine 
spread was enjoyed, and our clever little 
notibrette was remembered with many nice 
presents and many good wishes for her hup- 
nlnesa and prosperity, 

O. Bernard closed wltb the Ilelsroan Stock 
Co. in Savannah, Ga., to join bis wife (Hop 
eoce Genella Booth), at their permanent 
borne In Vlcksburg, MJbs. 

Nick Judrls, now touring with W. C. 
Connors' Stock Co, through the maritime 
provinces, has signed with W. D. Fitzgerald, 
manager of the Catherine Purnell Co., to 
piny the comedy roles next Benson. 

Cj.ahknce Aubkinos writes : "I am still 
will the Tom Marks Big Co., as agent, and 
we have the best stock company that ever 
played the copper country, we turn them 
away at every town. This 1b my second sea- 
son with Mr. Marks." 

Owino to Hlanche Nells Illness, Russell 
and O'Neil were compelled to cancel the 
llentz-Santley Bhow for next season. Miss 
O'Neil has almost entirely recovered, but will 
bi» unable to work for some time. Dan Uus- 
■dl ban Joined hands with W. B. \\ heeler, 
ond the team wilt I* known as Wheeler and 
Itiiasell. They will star next season In the 
three act farce comedy, "Louklng for a 
Wife," under the management of Geo. 11. 
Samuels. 

Ci-Atma and Elsie Wood have signed for 
another season with A. H. Woods. They will 
i-o with his new racing play, "lluled Off the 
Turf.' At present t.hey are enjoying camp 
life at Sandown, N. II. . 

Notes from thbSiiaw-Gai,i,agiier Asiube- 
mhnt Co. — J. Jay Shaw haB engaged the fol- 
lowing people In support of Marie Young: 
Hthel Jordan, Klsle Monroe, S. T. learning, 
CIwb. Arthur, Bob Lyons, John Liester, Har- 
old Ktison, Walter Monroe, Jtnunle Ilorn- 
berger, anil the Might ■■Dolly" Girls. J. P. 
Gntnghcr will personally direct the tour, 
which opens nt Chicago, Aug. 20. Tho Mnrle 
Young Co., presenting "A Woman s Sacri- 
fice," recenlly closed a successful season of 
forty weeks. 

Banikl FnoitMAN* and bis wife, Mnrgnret 
llllngton. returned from I<ondon June 23, 
itnd the latter wilt soon commence relienrstils 
In "His House in Order," In which she will 
support John Drew next senson, 

The Bkn Guhkt Co. presented "Ab ion 
tike It." nt West Point. June If. 

"Captain Cakki.rhh," the musical farce hy 
It. Melville linker and Clifton Crawford, will 
Imve lis premier nt the Princess Thcntre, 
Toronto, next August. 

Tut) Bmhks o' tub Baiin Band will make 
n tour of this country next Fall. The or- 
ganization was founded In Knglnnd over a 
century ngo. . ,.« ™ «,, 

NOTER NUN BBACH & SlIUlYIZ'S "U. T. C. 

Co.— We opened at Aeklcy, la., May 5, to 
capacity biialncsH, and we nre touring Iown, 
Mlnneiotn and the Dakotos, to fair business. 
The piny Is augmented by special scenic ef- 
fects, by J. 1>. l'o France, and the band nnd 
orchestra nre under the direction of Prof. 
I». V. Leach. Hostel- : It, C. Beach, manager; 
It. N. 131ml tK, secretary and treasurer ; Ben 
lleiitoi, J. 1>. l>e Kraueo. (lins. Jones, Bert 
Miller, Curry Howard, llalph Kelso, C. li. 
Neal. Harry llauiMii. 1>. V. I-eneli. Dorothy 
•--, Bennce lluiitlngtun, Mrs. Curry 



Howard A. Braden will produce next sea- 
aon a dramatisation of Marie Corelll's "Ba- 
rsbbas," by the authoress herself. Mr. Bra- 
den has secured from the authoress the dra- 
matic rights of "Uarabbfta" for both America 
and Hurop->, and will produce It for the first 
time on any stage next October, In New York 
City. Tyrone rower has been selected by 
Mr. Braden to play the part of Barabbas, 
One hundred nnd twenty people will be em- 

E loved In the performance. "The Light 
ternal," a new musical drama, by Martin 
V. Mer'e, n young* Caltfornlan, will be pro- 
duced by Mr. Braden In October next. "The 
I.lghl Eternal" was first produced last Janu- 
ary, nt the Alcazar, In San Francisco. Orrln 
Johnson flailed for Europe last week, where 
be will spend six weeks. He will read sev- 
eral plays by European authors, that are 
to be submitted to him for the purpose of 
-securing a miltable one for Mr. Braden to 
star him In next aeason. Mr. Johnson Is 
under a five years* contract with Mr. Rrnden. 
Char. Blued next season will be featured 
In a new musical comedy, "The Pnrlslsn 
Gaiety Girl," under the management of Joe 
Ilurtlg and Warren irons, lie will be sup- 
ported by a company of twenty-nine people. 

IIOWORTIl'a lllKERNICA NOTBB. — F, W. 

Mlndropc, manager of the Howortb Hlber- 
nlca Co., will put oat two companies next 
season. No. 1 company will carry twenty- 



ADDITI ONAL FAIR8. 

[For Other Slate, Cosavty »■# DIs- 
trlct Fair,, Bee CLIPFBB Dated Jane 
II. lttOO.] 

In each o«e where the date Is omitted 
the secretary has not been able to send It 
prior 10 our going to press. 

ARKANSAS.— Hot Spring!, Arkjnsis State 
Fair Assoclallon, O. 1-10; C. P. Cooler, secj. 

CANADA.— Chntham, N. B., Chatham Ex- 
hibition, 8. 17-21 ; George B. Fisher, secy. 
Charlottetown, P. E. I Prince Edward Isl- 
and Exhibition, O. 8-12 ; C H. Bmailwood, 
secy. Halifax, N. S., Dominion Exhibition, 
8. 22-0. 5; M. McF. Hall, tngr. St. John, 
N. B., International Exhibition, 8. 1-8; C. J. 
Mtillgan. mgr. Sussex, N. B-, Bussex, Exhi- 
bition, 8. 10-15 ; j. H. Arnold, aecy. To- 
ronto. Ont., Canadian National Exhibition, 
A. 27-8. 10 ; Dr. J, 0. Orr, secy, and mgr. 
Yarmouth. N. 8.. Yarmouth Exhibition, 0. 
10. 11: Wm. Corning, secy. 

OMOIIOI A. — Calhoun, Gordon County Fair, 
0. 2-0; J. 1. HcVey, aecy. Claraerllle, Ha- 
liersham County Fair, B. 24-29; W. 8. Irwin, 
nreB. Dnlton, Wbltefield County Farmers' 
Fair, 0. 10-20; George I,. Lewis, aecy. Ma- 
con, Macon Association Fair, O. 2-10; Eu- 
gene Anderson, secy. 




4-8; W. F. Hulton, secy. Humboldt, Hum- 
boldt County Fair, 8. 11-14; John Cunning- 
ham, secj. Indlanola, Warren County Fair, 
g. 18-21 ; Lee Talbot, secy. Independence, Bu- 
chanan County Fair, 8.8-7; Cnas. L. King, 
secy. Iowa City, Johnson County Fair, B. 10- 
13 ; Geo. Hitchcock, aecy. I* Porte City, La 
Porte Dlitrlct Fair, B. 18-20; B. L. Man- 
well, aecy. Linnvllle, Llnnrllle District 
Kalr ( ) i O. T- Wright, aecy. Mam- 
son, Mnmson District Fair, S. 4-T : Q.B. Moon, 
aecy. Manchester, Delaware County Fair, 
8- 4-7 ; John Pentony, aecy. Marengo, lowa 
County Fair, 8. 18-20; Alei. McLennan, 
aecy. Maqooketa, Jackson County Fair. 8. 
4-1; B. D. Ely, secy. Marlon, Inter-Stste 
Aam. Fair, A. 20-24; J. B. Travis, secy. 
Malvern, Mills Count, Fair, 8. 11-18 ; J. T. 
Ward, secy. Malcolm, Poweshiek Central, at 
Malcolm, A. 21-23: James Nowsk, secy. 
Maaacna. Jlasaena District Fair, S. 10-14; 
D. P. Hogan, secy. Milton, Milton District 
Fair, 8. 3-7; D. A. Miller, secy. Missouri 

Valley, Harrison County Fair, <— — ) ; 

W. H. Wlthrow. aecy. Montlcello. Jones 
County Fait, S. 3-7 ; J. J. Locher, secy. Mt. 
Ayr, Ringgold County Fair. 8. 4-7 ; Thoa. 
Campbell, aecy. Mt. Pleasant, Henry County 
Fair, A. 1417; C. M. Clark, aecy. Joshua, 
Big Four Dlatrlct Fair. 8. 4-7; Q. C. Hoyer, 
seey. National, Clayton County Fair, S. 4-7 ; 
H. Luebaen Jr., aecy. Newton, Jasper 
County Fair, 8. 10-13; E. E. Lambert, secy. 
New Sharon, New Sbaron District Fair, 8. 
18-21; T. B. Osborne, aecy. Nevada, Story 
County Fair, 8. 11-18; F. H. Oreenawalt. 
secy. Nortbwood, Worth County Fair, 8. 25- 
27 : E. H. Miller, eecy. Ogden, Boone County 
Fair, 8. 26-28 ; F. M. Lorensen, secy. Orange 
City, Slonx County Fair, 8. 10-21 ; H. Sllker- 
veer, secy. Osage, Mitchell County Fair, S. 
18-20; w. H. H. Gable, Becy. Ottnmwa. 



( — — ) ; Albert L. Jones, aecv i ... 

neld, Kennebec County Fair, t 18-20 • .." 
SMBtflSE JHeanond. Richmond' r'.'r 
era' Club Fair, 8. 24 : Daniel Brain 



Skowb 
Ansel 
em Cumber; 



f.1? aTli-aoT w. a TrnthfiSn. 1 ' r 

Soutn^ Wlndaon, South i Kennebec Fair.'; 



S. lfl-20; W. O. Frothlngbam 
__ WlndBon, Sontb Kennebec I'alr '■ ■; 
20; Arthur N. DoMlaaa, aecy. To*. 



Sagadahoc County Fair, 0. 0-li; O H m' 
ford.^aecy^ Ualon, __Sfortli Knox Fair, 



lfr20 ; _ 

Ottumwa Dlatrlct Fair, ( 



-) ; L. A. 



CHARLES 
LeKnl A 

The Barnum & Ilalley Show, 



ANl-KESS, 
djBHter. 

looking over Tub Clipper. 



llench nnd Little Hester 



HiintliiKton, . 
Howard, Mrs, It. 
Howard. 

\V. McGowan, mnnnger of Stephens h 
Mnton'3 "My Wife's Family" Co., writes: 
"After n season of forty-one weeks' bard 
work, extondi'ie from Detroit to the const 
ami return, Heleno ISlcGowan, my wife, re- 
lUad from the east nt St. Paul, June 10, and 
om her arrival at Chicago, after consulting 
her physician, was compelled to go to Grace 
Hoepltnl nt once, and thirty-six lioura after 
her arrival home for her vncntkin, was ope- 
rated on, and la now rnpldly recoverlnc her 
UHual health. Tho compnuy. In Its forty- 
(bree weeks of Its long and BucccHnfii) acaaon, 
la now In the Northern Lake region for the 
Summer. 

At,. IlKAHi.KY, business mnnnger for the 
Myrkle-llnrder Stock Co., Eastern, who Is 
summering In Brockton, Ninas., and vicinity, 
writes: "Tho next tour of the compnuy will 
open In Wllkes-lliirre, I'n. Rehearsals Btart 
early In July, anil the neason opens Inttcr 
nurt of tfmt month. The compnuy for next 
HiMHon will be as tine as can be gotten to- 
grther, nnd Bovernl new plnya liave been 
added to the very extenalve list owned and 
conluillrd hy \V. II. Harder. Kach niece has 
n line tine of paper, and wo are getting out 
nil new stand work. When the list la com- 
plete this will be the heat billed repertory 
company touring New England. As usunl. 
we will enrry some of the newest vaudeville 
acta in the market. Mr. Harder and Miss 
Mvrkk" nre ttpeiuling Ibi'lr vacation nt Hol- 
land lleacb, Port Huron, Mich. 

Clara I.ii'Man and Loins Mann nre spend- 
ing the Summer In the Adlromlocks, varying 
mountain pastimes wltb plnywrltlng. Since 
the Hiiccens of Mlas Mpninn's "Julie llonbon," 
the actresn hns turned her attention more 
serloualy tlinn ever before upon her work na 
a drmuntlat. 

IIkmiv WoonntiKP haa nlgned a Ibree years' 
rnntrnrt to atnr under (he direction of the 
llpnry Miller Co. 

Tiik Sock and IUiskik Dramatic Rocikty 
of Lafayette College, Kaaton, Pa., ataged lis 
annual commencement show on June 10, at 
tlie Able Opera House. The production waa 
"Old College Clnimpa." a muslcnl remedy, 
libretto nnd lyrics by Tlinnina Hlnlne Ponnld- 
•on, who lui" written nnd Hinged the Lafny- 
ette shows for the pni*l live seasons, Tlie 
perforimince Iticludea a capnble cast nnd elio- 
vnn. wltb attractive muslctil numbers, aungs 
nnd dnnces. 



alx people, a band of sixteen, orchestra of 
icn, aad fourteen acting people. Company 
No. 2 will carry sixteen people. No. 1 com- 
pany will play the larger cities and towns, 
and No. 2 company will play the smaller 
towna. Will make a feature of street 
parades wltb No. 1 company. Two genu- 
ine Irlsb jaunting cars are carried, with 
Irish pipes, etc., and swell, new Irish pattern 
uniforms for the band. The season will open 
early In September with both companies near 
New York City. All new Bpeclal printing for 
hoth attractions has been ordered. 

Annd Iverb left last week for Cape May, 
N. J., for a three weeks' engagement, open- 
ing at Iron Pier July 2. Miss Ivcrs will re- 
turn to New York about the end of July, 
to begin rehearsing for next season, tinder 
Hie management ifH, W. Taylor, as leading 
woman. This will be her second aeason 
under II. W. Taylor's management. 

"Vebu.siq.ub" will be given an elaborate 
revival by the Messrs. Shubert next season. 

Vikqima Harked lias gone to I^ondon In 
connection wllh preparations for her next 
season's tour In "Tlie Girl in Waiting, 
which will be under the management of the 
Hhubcrte. She will return to this country 
early in August, at which time rehearsals 
for the play will be begun. 

Jamrs T. Powers 1b the Intest atar added 
to the Shubert firmament. Mr. Powers has 
signed n long term contract wltb these man- 
agers, ond will be sent out next Benson in 
"The Blue Moon," an UngllBh musical ex- 
1 1 ■!■!■■■■ which hns enjoyed a long run 
at the Lyric Theatre, London. 

"The Siiulauith." the play In which Lena 
Aflhwell will ranke her first American tour 
ueit season, under direction of the Messrs. 
Shubert, Is a comparatively short drama. A 
one act play, "The Conversion of Nat Sturge," 
Is being used as a curtain raiser to It at 
the Savoy Theatre. London, and probably 
will he the one selected to perform similar 
olllce here. , . 

A. II. Woods' "The Power of Money,' a 
new Owen Davis thriller, dealing with the 
labor question In this country. Is to be Hie 
most pretentious offering sent on tour by 
this management next season. 

IlAiuiY FinutH Is spending n few weeks at 
Atlantic City, awnlthig the call for rehears- 
als of "Chinatown Charlie," in which be Is 
to be seen next Benson. 

13d, W. Cook writes: "I received nearly 
three hundred letters to my recent "ad.* In 
Tun Clipper, and have algned some of tne 
best repertory people In the country. I fur- 
flier wish to say that 1 have secured the 
legal rlshts and am fully protected bv law 
to the title o( Mitchell's All Star Pinycrs 
for next season. 1*. Frank Mitchell will be 
my general manager." 

Henry B. DiXHif'a next production will 
be n dramatization of Cyrus Townsend 
llrady's "Richard the Brazen." The play 
w'll be written by Edward l'eple, and will be 
veadv for production la the early Autumn, 
after Mr. Dlxcy has had a short preliminary 
tour In "The Man on the IIox," 

Mr. and Mis, Wilbur Svmonds (Louisa 
Robinson) write thnt they are to be featured 
as leading man and eoubrette with Nick llus- 
Bell's Comedy Co. 

Kowaru Davis writes : I will not bo 
starred In my play, The Unmasking,' by tbe 
Ooea Lithographic Co. I expect to reronin 
In vaudeville as long as my present success 
continues. John Orlililh will not be seen in 
my part In the sketch, 'The Unmasking,' as 
he hns announced." 

"Hooligan's Troubles" Notes. — On fled- 
nesdny. June 20. wo were privileged to 
spend the day with the Colo Hros.* Circus, at 
llunlsvllle, Ont. The Cole Show 1b a "real 
troupe" In every particular, "high class, clean, 
well equipped nnd well mannged. Bvery- 
thing went "blfMmng" from parade to con- 
cert Not a dull moment In the perform- 
ance, thanks to a careful frnmc-up and fast 
working. Charlie Tlnney has a swell nggre- 

fatlon of wliid-jnmiuers, who blow nil the 
iMttlators off Ihe 'phone poleB on parade, nnd 
nre there in forty ways on the programme. 
The show did a Justly deserved capacity busi- 
ness «flernoon nnd night. Our own company 
rcnuilus the annie, with the addition of 
Itoimle Hamilton, who Is In her alxth week, 
doing chnraclers nnd apcclalt.es. Business 
has been extremely gratifying. 

Tim Ph l*Bw-BuiinijTTH Stock Company 
will open Its season at rHcetrlc Park. Ft. 
Smith, Ark., July 22. for a run of three 
weeks, will number clghtcci. people, and will 
present a repertory of notable plays, requir- 
ing n car load of scenery and stage settings. 
Mary Kkrmikr has been engaged to play 
tbe lend In James J. Curbett's new play. 



IDAHO.— Blackfoot, Southeastern Idaho 
Association Fair, S. 25-28; W. H. Stuffle- 
beam, secy. Boise, Inter-Mountain Associ- 
ation Fair, 0. 10-20; W. F. Dolan, secv. 
Caldwell, Canyon County Association Fair, 
O. t»-13: J, B. Gowen. secy. Lewlston, Lew- 
Iston-Clarkstoa Inter-State Fair, O. 8-13 ; C. 
W. Mount, aecy. 

IOWA.— Algona, Kossuth County Fair, 3. 
11-14: T. II. Wadsworth, secy. AlllBon, But- 
ler County Fair, S. 4-u ; J. V. Gregory, secy. 
Alta, Bucna Vista County Fair, A. 21-24 ; C. 
K. Cameron, secy. Annmosn, Annmosa Dis- 
trict Fair, A. 13-17; J. B. Remley. Becy. At- 
lantic, Cobs County Fair, S. 17-21 ; C. & 
Brown, secy. Avoca, Pottawattamie County 
Fair, S. 11-14; Roscoe Barton, secy. Audu- 



uiiumwa is.ni.riui r«ai, \ — > , »*- "• 

Meeker, secy. Onawa, Monona County Fair, 
S. 6-7 ; A. W. Burgess, secy. Oskaloosa, Ma- 
haska County Fair, S. 11-13; J. H. Harrison, 
secy. Fella, Lake Prairie District Fair, O. 
2-5 ; J. U. Steuben ranch, secy. Red Oak, 
Montgomery County Fair, A. 20-23; E. A. 
Larson, secy. Kock Valley, Rock District 
Fair, S. 4-6 ; Dennis Scanlan, secy. Sac City, 
Sac County Fair, A. 14-17; 8. M. Lewis, 
secy. Seymour, Seymour District Fair, 

( J ; B. E. Lowry. secy. Sheldon, 

Sheldon District Fair, A. 28-31; J. L. Mc- 
Laury, aecy. Shenandoah, Shenandoah Fair 
ABsn., A. 13-17 ; James A. Swallow, secy. 
Strawberry Point, Strawberry Point District 
Fair, S. 28-31 ; J. P. Howard, secy. Suther- 
land, O'Brien County Fair, S. 4-7 ; B, C. 
Jordan, secy. Tipton, Tipton Fair Absh., A. 
28 31 ; H. Piatt, secy. Toledo, Tama County 
Fair, S. 25-28; A. G. Smith, Becy. Vinton, 
Benton County Fair, A. 14-18 ; Arid Tomp- 
Bon, secy. Victor. Victor District Fair, A. 
14-18 ; J. P. Bowline, secy. Wapello, Louisa 
County Fair, S. 25-28; C. M. Donaldson, secy. 
W'aukon, Allamakee County Fair, S. 18-21; 
A. C. Larson. Becy. West Liberty, Union 
District Fair, A 21-24 ; W. H. Bhlpman, 
secy. West Point, West Point District Fair, 
A. 28-30 ; C. L. Peebles, secy. West Union, 
Fayette County Fair, 13. 4-7 : H. P. Hancock, 
secv. What Cheer, Whet Cheer District 
Fair, S. 24-27 ; Geo. A. Pott. secy. Winter- 
set, Madison County Fair, 8. 26-27; J. H. 
Dow, secy. Williamsburg, Williamsburg Dis- 
trict Fair, S. 11-13; Chas. Fletcher, secy. 
Wilton Junction, Wilton Junction Fair, S. 18- 
21 ; W. A. Cooling, secy. Wlnfleld, Eastern 
Iowa District Fair, S. 18*21 ; Theodcre llua- 
scll. secy. 

MAINE. — Acton, SiSapIoigb and Acton 
Fair, O. 2-4 ; Fred K. jlodwell, secy. Am- 
herst, Northern Hancock Fair, ( -) ; 

A N. Jewett, secy. Andover, Northern Ox- 
ford Fair, O. 3, 4; John F. Talbot, secy. 
Pangor, Kris tern Maine Association Fair, A. 
28-31; E. L. Sterns, secy. Belfast. Waldo 
County Fair. S. 4-0; Arthur Ritchie, secy. 
Bethel, Itlverslde Park Association Fa'r, 

( ) ; L. A. Hall, secy. Bingham, 

Itlngham Fair, ( j : H. B. Whipple, 

secy. Blohlll, Hancock County Fair, ( 

) ; C. S. Snowman, secy. Brldgton, 

Brldgton Farmers' Club Fair, S. 26-27; J. 




A GROUP OF CHARMING GIRLS. 

AY it li the Dnrnnin & Bailey Show. 



bon, Audubon County Fair, S. 4-7; C. E. 
llrenlmnn, secy. Bedford, Taylor County 
Fair, S. 18-21 ; John J. Laws, Becy. Bloom- 
field, Davis County Fair, S. 11-14 ; J. C. Bron- 
hord, secy. Urltt, Hancock County Fair, 8. 
4-Q ; John Hammlll. secy. Burlington, Bur- 
lington District Fair, A 7-10; C. C. Fowler, 
secy, Buffalo Center, 8. 11, 12; J. T. Boyd. 
secy. Central City. Wnpsio Valley District 
Fair, 8. 11-14; IC. 12. Henderson, Becy. 
Charles City, Flo7d e'eunty Fair, S. 11-14; 
R. B. Upham, Becy. Clarlnda, Clarlnda Dis- 
trict Fair, 8. 8-7 ; W. A. Henderson, aecy. 
Clarion, Wright County Fair, 8. 4-7; O. L. 
Cutler, Becy. Clinton, Clinton District Fair. 
S. 18-21 : J. It. Ahrens. secy. Columbus Junc- 
tion, ColumbuB Junction District Fair, 6. 4- 
7; N. T. Hendrlx, Becy. Corning, Adams 
County Fair, A. 27-30; B. Newcomb, secy. 
Creaton, Creston District Fair, S. 4-7 ; Carl 
D. Davenport, secy. Dccorah, Winneshiek 
County Fair, S. 4-7; L. U Caldwell, aecy. Do 
Witt, Clinton County Fair, S, 11-14; Phil 
Buttcrfuss, secy. DonnollBon, Lee County 
Fair, 8. 5-7 ; Chris llaffner, secy. Eldon, El- 
don District Fair, S. 47; \V. 0. BsKley, 
secy. Kldora, Hardin County Fair, 8. 4-7: 
Harry S. Martin, aecy. Elkader, Elkader 
Fair and Trick Assn., A. 21-24 ; J. A. Kramer, 
secy. Kametsburg, Palo Alto County Fair, 
A. 18-21 ; P. V. Hand, secy. Fairfield, Jef- 
ferson Counly Fair, a 11-14 ; R. C. SayerB, 
Becy. Fairfax, Prairie Valley Aesu. Fair, S. 
4-11 ; Kd. Ueaton, aecy. Fonda, Big Four 
District Fair, A. 7-10; B, If, Harrison, secy. 
Forest City, Winnebago County Fair, O. 2-6 ; 
J. A. Peters, secy. Fort Dodge, Webster 

County Fair, ( ); M. J. Ilalre, secy. 

Orlnnel!, Poweshiek Central Fair, at Grin- 
nell. 8. 3-5; I. 8. Bailey Jr., aecy. Green- 
field. Adair County Fair. 8. 4-7; J. E. 
Brooks, secy. Grundy Centre. Grundy County 
Fair, 8. 11-13; B. O. Knsmlnger, Becy. Guth- 
rie Centre. Guthrie County Fair, O. 2-B ; 
A II. Grissell, secy. Hampton, Franklin 
County Fair. S. 11-13; J. W. Oummlngs, secy. 
Harlan. Shelby County Fair, A. 20-23: U It 
lickard, Becy. Holsteln, Uolsteln Fair, 8. 



S. Ames, secy. Bristol, Bristol Fair, 8. 25- 
27 ; Geo. A. HuBton, secy. Camden, Camden 

Trotting Park Association Fair, ( ); 

R. L. Bean, secy. Canton. Androscoggin 
Valley Fair, S. 26-27: O. M, Richardson, 
eecy. Chcrryfield, West Washington Fair, 

(. — ) ; E. F. Allen, aecy. Cornish, Ob- 

slpee Valley Union Fair, A. 2&30 ; J. C. Ayer, 
secy. Damarlscotta, Lincoln County Fair, 0. 
2-4; E. R, Castner, secy. EaBt Eddlngton. 
EaBt Eddlngton Farmers' Club Fair,- (- — - 
— —-) ; E. \ CodIdi, aecy. East Sebago, 
Lake View Park Fair, A. 21, 22 ; A. l! 
Bracket, secy. Eden, Eden Agricultural 
fcolr, ( ) ; Ephralm Alley, secy. Exe- 
ter. West Penobscot Fair, S. 26-27; E. E 
Colbath, secy. Farmlngton, Franklin County 
Fair, O. 2-4; C. F. Smith, secy. Foxcroft, 

PlacQtaquls County Fair. ( ) ; p. w. 

Lcland, secy. Freeport, Freeport Agricul- 
tural Society Fair, 0. 2, 3; WUl^ Snow? B ecy. 
Fryebnri, West Oxford Fair, 0. 2-4; B. 
Walker McKeen, B«y. Gorbam, Cumberland 
County Fair, S. 18-20; C. H. Lelghton. secy. 
Hnrtland, East Somerset Fair, S. 20-22; I 
A. Webber, eecy. Lee, Lee Union Fa'r, 
( n-r -1 i, Qeo - B - Lowell, secy. Lewis- 
ton. Maine State Fa>, S. 4-7; J. L. Lowell 
secv. Llyermore Falls. Androscoggin County 
Fair. A. 28-30; J. W. Maxwell, secy. Mada- 
waska, Madawaska Fair, O. 18; Remi A. 
Dalgle, secy. Madlaon, Somerset County 
2l& L . . A = J- F. Withce, secy. Ma- 
chlaH. Central Washington Fair, (— - i ■ 

W. H. Phlnaey, secy. Monroe, Waldo and 
Penobscot Fair, S. 18-20; F. H, Bowden 
secy. >ortli Berwick, North Berwick Agrl' 

cultural Fa r. (— ) ; chas. M. Bofle. 

secy. North Ellsworth. North Ellsworth 
Farmers' Club Fair. S. 26, 27 ; H. F. Mid- 
docks, secy. Orrington. Orrlngtoa Fair, 
i"^ ^7*1."- *■ Nlckerson. secy. Pem- 
broke, W ashlngton County Fair, ( 

— ) ; J. M. Morgan, secy. Phillies North 
l-ranklla Falr/1 25-2/; I niffie C 
rlson. Key. Prenue Iale, Northern Malac 
Assoclallori Pair. 8. 4-0; B. T. McOlauglilln, 
aecy. Princeton, Nona Washington Kalr 



.... onuvm.ivu roii, Wb a, 9 1 aj, 1' KM 

nolds, aacjr. Upper Gloucester, New Gi '.iL. 
ter and Dan,l(le Fair, 8. 25-27; J l ; mt 
ham. secy. Waterrllle, Central Main ' \ - 
a 11-1, ; Harold E. Cook, secy. Wesi H5 
berland, Cnmberland Farmcra' Club [Z 
< ) ; A. M. Crocker, secy. "'■ 

MINNESOTA.— Arlington Sibley ('..,,„,. 
Fair, S. 10-18: *\ P. HansOeld, aecy li,,' 
num. Carlton Cotmty Kalr, S. 18-20 i v 
Earstom, aecy. Bird Island, Renville < .int.* 
Fair, 8. 19-21; Joe Hsggett. seer "iiiS 
Earth. Farlbanlt County Agricultural V , if! 
Fair, 8. 13-15; Frank E* Elllckson «.,/ 
Carrer, Carrer County Fair, 8. 28, 2t>- (teo! 
Knoblauch, aecy. Cassel, Dasael Coui.'v TZ 
aoclatlou Fair, O. 19, 20 ; Oacar E. 1.1 -uIsl 
secy. Fairmont, Martin County Fair, a ia! 
12: Eowira F. Wade. eecy. Famji ^ton 
Dakota County Agricultural Society iiir h' 
19-21 ; W. L. Parker, secy. Qlenwoo.1 Kaaa 
County Fair. 8. 27. 58 ; 6. T. Tborsor «ec? 
Kaaton, Dodge County Fair, S. n-i ; ■ aue* 
E. Andcraon, eecy. Morris, Stevens roiint. 
Fair, S. 20-22 ; D,. E. Wheaton, seer. CS 
Kenabee County Fair, 8. 12-14; Willi. Fair' 
banks, aecy. New ulni, Minnesota stai. 
Fair (Short Ship Circuit), 8. 17-10- a f 
Bermelster, secy. Northneld, Harvest iw 
tlval Association Fair, 8. 27-20 ; C C. Chan, 
wick, secretary. Pine City, Pine Count, 
Fair, 8. 20-22; D. Oreeley, aecy. Plninvltw 
WabiBba County Fair, 8. 28-28; (Jeo 9 
Bylveater. secy. St Peter, Nicollet Countv 
Fair, 8. 13-16; E. E. Miller, aecy. Shnkouee 
Shakopee Street Fair. B. 12-14 ; W. K. Lhijv' 
aecy. Thief Elver Falls, Bed Lake Countr 
Fair, A. 8-10; L. M. Hoag, aecy. Worthln'- 
ton, Worthlngton District Association Fair 
H. 12-14 ; T. A. Palmers, secy. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE.— Oreenaeld. New Oak 
Park Association Fair, A. 28-30 ; K. I 
Fletcher, aecy. Lancaster, the Coos snd v.%. 
sex Agricultural Society Kalr, S. 11-13; Ed- 
win Damon, Key. 

NORTH CABOLINA. — Charlotte, Mecklen- 
burg Association Fair, O. 16-19; W. 8. Orr, 
secy. Greensboro, Central Carolina Fair, 
0-13; Garland Daniels, aecy. Henderson, 
Weatera North Carolina Fair, 0. 10-12- 
CapL J. W. Wofford, aecy. Wlnsted Salem, 
Forsyth County Association Fair, 0. 2-5; 

0. E. Webb, mgr. 

OKLAHOMA— Blackwtll, Blackwell Inter- 
atate Association Fair, a 10-15; A. G. Bar- 
rett, aecy. Chandler, Chandler Driving l'ark 
Association Fair, S, 49-22 ; Fred A. Wagoner, 
secy. Deer Creek, Deer Creek Association 
Fair, 8. 4-7 ; C. 8. Eberly, secy. Enid, Oar- 
fleld County Association Fair, July 18-21; 
Frank Bradneld, eecy. 

PENNSYLVANIA. — Allentown, Leblgb 
County Agricultural Society Fair, S. 18-21; 
Henry B. Schall, secy. Bedford, Bedford 
County Agricultural Society Fair, 0. 2-4; 
Wm I. Elcholtx, secy. Bellefonte, Center 
County Agricultural Fair, O. 2-5 ; D. G. Stew- 
art, aecy. Bethlehem. Pennsylvania State 
Association Fair, S. 4-7 ; H. A. Groman, secy. 
Bloomsburg, Columbia County Agricultural, 
Horticultural and Mechanical Association 
Fair, O. 0-12 ; A. H. Yost, aecy. Brookvllle, 
Jefferson County Agricultural Association 
Fair, B. 4-7 ; V. B. Henderson, secy. Bar- 
gettstown, Union Agricultural Association 
Fair, O. 2-4; H, P. Stevenson, secy. Butler. 
Butler Driving Association Fair, A. 21-24; 

1. J. McBrlde, aecy. Cambridge Springs, 
Central Crawford Agricultural Society Fair, 
A. 21-24 ; A. L. Faber, secy. Carlisle, Cumber. 
land County Agricultural Association Fair, 
S. 25-28 ; W. H. McCrea, aecy. Carmlchaels, 
Greene County Agricultural and Manufactur- 
ing Society Fair, ( ) ; Geo. L. Hatha- 
way, aecy. Carrolltown, Cambria County Ag- 
ricultural Association Fair, 8. 4-7 ; J. V. 
Maucher, secy. Clarion, Clarion County As- 
sociation Fair, S. 11-14; 8. S. Lauebllo, 
aecy. Dayton, Dayton Agricultural and Me- 
chanical Association Fair, 8. 2J-28; C. Yt. 
Corcoran, secy. Dallas. Dallas Union Agri- 
cultural Association Fair, O. 2-5; William 
Norton, eecy. Forkavllle, Sullivan County 
Agricultural Society Fair, O. 3-5; 0. h. 
Molyneux, secy. Gratz, Grats Agricultural 
and Horticultural Association Fair, O. 10-11' ; 
Harry Smith, aecy. Harford, Harford Ag- 
ricultural Society Fair, 8. 10, 20; 11. s. 
Estabrook, aecy. Hanover, Hanover Ag- 
ricultural Society Fair, S. 11-14; M. 0. 
Smith, secy. Honesdale, Wayne County 
Agricultural Society Fair, O. 2-4 ; E. W. 
Gammell, secy. Bughesvllle, Muncy Valley 
Farmers' Club Fair, 8. 18 22; T. V. 
Carsou, secy. Indiana, Indiana County 
Agricultural Society Fair, 8. 4-7, David Illalr, 
secy. Keystone Park (Emporium), Cameron 
County Agricultural Society Fair, 0. 5, (J; 
N A. Ostrum, aecy. Klttannlng, Armstrong 
County Fair, A. 14-17 1 W. E. Noble, sec,. 
Lebanon, Lebanon Valley Association (air, 

A. 28-31 ; W. H. Iteinochl, secy. Leblgbton, 
carbon County Industrial Society Fair, S. 
25-28; A. F. Oreenawalt, secy. unM 
Union County Agricultural Society 1 nlr. »• 
25-28; C Dale Wolfe, eecy. Mauslicid, 
Smith Association Fair, B. 18-21; U. K- 
Hoard, eecy. Mercer, Mercer Central Agri- 
cultural Society Fair, S. 4-6 ; John P. Orr, 
secy. Mlddletowa, iilddletown Association 
Fair, S. 4-7; Wm, Bhlreman, secy. Milton. 
Milton Association Fair, 0. 2-5 ; Edwin l'su , 
aecy. Montrose, Susquehanna County Agri- 
cultural Society Fair, 8. 12, 13 ; F. A. Dayles, 
secy. Nasarlth, Northampton County Agrl' 
cultural Society Fair, 8. 11-14; J. E ltcio- 
heimcr, secy. Newport, Perry County Agri- 
cultural Society Fair, a 17-20; J. C. r. 
Stevens, secy. Oxford, Oxford Agricultural 
Association Fair, 8. 26-28; H. C. Thomas, 
aecy. Philadelphia. Horticultural hoc cty 
Fair. N. 0-10 ; David Bust, Becy. Port Hoy- 
al, Juniata Count, Agricultural Society 1-olr, 
8. 12-14; J. N. Gronlnger, Becy. Pulnsil, 
Pulaski Association Fair. S. 18-20 ; James J 
Wood, secy. Beading, Burks County _Ag«- 
cultural and Horticultural Fair, O. 2-j; »• 
Seldcl Thorm, aecy. Stoneboro. Mercer Counly 
Agricultural Asaoctatlon Fair, S. -•»--'• 
Charles HlneB, Becy. Btroudsburg, Mcp'iroe 
County Agricultural Society Fair, A ■*; J Ll 
F. B. OverOeld, secy. Towanda, Brn/'f;™ 
County Agricultural Society Fair, 8. -■)■-'• 

B. B. Park, secy. Troy, Troy Agricultural 
Society Fair. 8. 11-14 ; D. F. Pomeroy, »"j; 
Tunkhnnnock, Wyoming County Agrlcnlmrji 
Society Falr^S. 19-21 ; W. R. Ileynolds. Nicy. 
Wattsburg, Wnttsburg Agricultural Jx"; 1 "! 
Fair, 8. 4-7: A. L. Phelps, secy. J"" 
Cheater, Chester County Agricultural Asso- 
ciation Fair. 8. 11-14; F. W. Lewi.. ."■'J: 
Westfleld, Cowanosque Valley Agrkuiiural 
Society Fair, 8. 11-14; J. W. Bmlth. "*»• 
Wllkes-Barre, Luxerne County Assoc, non 
Fair, A. 2T-S. 1; Theo. H. Coleman, >'<J. 
York, York County Agricultural Society 1 '"■ 
O. 1-0; Edward Chapln, secy. Y otitic '«• 
Westmoreland Agricultural Society !»!•'. =• 
11-14; W. F. Holtter, secy. ._ ..„„ 

SOUTH CAROLINA.— Columbls. the •■•>» 
Agricultural and Mechanical Society ■»''• 
O. 22-26 : A. W. Love. secy. Lexington. ■"- 
lngton County Fair, O. 10-18: C. M. .»■«• 
eecy. .. li— . 

TENNESSEE. — Cumberland Clly. ,''!! 
art snd Houston Counties Association air, 
S. 20-22; W. H. Latham, secy. Mu '*" 
boro, Rutherford County Assoclallon f» : »■ 
29-S. 1 ; J. H. Crlchlow. secy. Shell;. 1 '• 
Bedford County Association Fair, 8. « "; 
B. Cowan, secy. Trenton, Gibson Coin".. « 
sociatlon Fair, 1013; Charles L. '" dr '. Tt 
Watertown. Rome Association Fair, 5- lr 
It ; a A. Baa., aecy. 



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DIRECTORY 

OF TENT SHOW PEOPLE, ETC., 

FOR THE SEASON OF lOOfl. 



The Route* of the Bhoiot mentioned in this 
Hit may be found in route column of thii 
or Utter inuci. 



Adair, Art ind Dot— Wallace. 

Allmon, U. G. — Finn lc Co. 

Apbburo, Waller, animal trainer — Sun Broa. 

Asbburne, Mile., rldor — Bun Broa, 

AaroaaOD, Law, mgr. aid* show— 

Uollmar Broa. 
Amy, Mile., sword swallower— Hagenbeck. 
Andrews, Jno. LI , Punch and magic — 

pawnee Bill. 
Alpine Family— Sell i-Floto. 
Albion, John, clown — Sella-Floto. 
Anated, Jack, gen. agent — Dead wood Dick. 
Atlanta, Mile. — Mackay's. 
Andree, Win., supt wardrobe — Rlngllng. 
>brama, Bob, boss hostler — Wallace. 
American Plantation Quartet — Buffalo Bill. 
Altona, Tom, canvas — La Mont Broa. 
Allen, Jake, asst. mgr. — La Mont Bros. 
Alvord, Jack, bandmaater — Norrla ft Rowe. 
Adair, Arthur— Campbell Broa. 
Ansel and Dorian — Campbell Broa. 
Allen, Geo. H., car mgr. — Campbell Bros. 
Atkinson, Geo., press agt. — Wallace. 
Alfredo and Oerlta — Hagenbeck. 
Albright, calliope — Gentry. 
Adell, Lyman, trained animals — Snyder Bros. 
Aga — Rohlnnon. 

Anient, Will, bill poster — Cole Broa. 
Alter bury, Geo., bandmaster — 

— Cummins' Wild West 
Allen, Jake, asst. mgr. — La Mont's. 
Allen, Tom, agent — Mansfield's Gt. Eastern. 
Andrews, J. v., contr. agt. — Gollmar Bros. 
Armstrong, Jaa. A. — Monahan's Pavilion. 
Alkena, Geo., traffic — Robinson. 
Abbott, A. c, mgr. Car 2. — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Attken, Cbaa., bill poster — Barnum & Bailey. 

/.Itch (3), aerial bars — ltlngllng. 

Agee's, John, Shetlsodn — Rlngllng. 

Artist, Burt, trainer — Washburn & D'Alma 'a. 

Allen, It. M. — Hagenbeck. 

Anderson, Hoy, band — Barnum ft Bailey. 

Allen, Uhlan, aide show — Bobbins. 

Adair, Alice, Juggler — Canada frank. 

Adams k Grant — Morrow's. 

Anderson, J. It. — Cosmopolitan. 

trnold, J. w„ balloon— Parker Co. 

abrama, Gllaey, routo — Robinson's, 

andrews, J. b.. Car 1— Gollmar. 

Anderson, C. D., Car 1 — Cole Bros. 

Auslett, Jack, bua. mgr. — Milam, W. W. 

Adams, Andrew — Haag. 

Adams, K. K. — Talbot Flames. 

Adklns, C. II., car 2 — Forepaugb-Sells. 

Andrews, Bert, gen. agt.— 

Washburn k D'Almn's. 

Atkerman, B. — Barnum k Bailer. 

Auger, Geo., giant — barnum & Halley. 

Alberiino, Frank, clown — Barnum k Bailey. 

Abott, Kd., clown — Barnum k Bailey. 

Austin Broa, eques. — Barnum k Bailey. 

Aral— Barnum ft Bailey. 

Anderson, J. R., aast. gen. mgr. — 

Cosmopolitan 

Arlington, Geo., bua mgr. — Barnum & bailey. 

Arlington, Edw. t traffic mgr. — 

Darnum k Bniley. 

Andre-s, Co**., attorney — Barnum k Bailey. 

Austin, Harry — New Orleans Mardi-Gras. 

Alexander, Hot, clown — Cole Bros. 

Anderson, C. W., bill poater— Sells- Floto, 

Aaaal, Dot, annex — Van Amburg. 

Alton, Thos., contr. agt — Bigg's Bough Bid. 

Asbburne, Prof. Walter — Sun Bros. 

Annette. Musical — Sun Broa 

Altona (5), acrobats — Great Mundy. 

Adams, B., car 2 — Rlngllng 

Abercoun, Abe, car 2 — ltlngllng. 

Aiken, G., car 2 — Hlngllng. 

Armor, Albert, riding master — Haag. 

Amores, The, Impalement — Haag. 

Alvedo Bros. (4), aerial bars — Haag. 

Adams, John, annex — Cole Broa. 

Abdallah'a acrobats — Pawnee Bill. 

Aldrlch, Thos., cowboy — l'awnee Bill. 

Anunclatn, Klastlquc — Rlngllng, 

Agee. John, rough rider — ltlngllng. 

Admlraldl, Angelo F., band lender — Harris. 

Arnold, Mile., rider — Gollmar. 

Augustad, Arnt, contor.— Gollmar, 

Arlington, Fred., clown — Uollm&r. 

Ackertnan k Welser, trapeze — Finn's. 

Anderson, Arthur, band — 

Stlmmel Society Circus. 

Allen, Harry, lpgal adjuster — Clark a. 

/.bbey, Jerome, ring maater — Clark's, 

Abbey, J. ft, ticket seller — Clark's. 

Arthur, Tom, bill poater— Cummlna'. 

Anderson, Al., mgr. side show — Jones. 

Brennan, Will, dobs canvas man — Finn k Co, 

Browns, Musical — ltlngllng. 

Brush, P.— Sells-Floto. 

Berg, C, bill poster— Sella-Floto. 

Bowers, J. — Sells-Floto. 

Bates, George, boss elephant man — 

Barnum k Bailey 

lllgaby, It. S., boss props. — Uarnum k Bailey. 

Holses, Four — Wallace. 

Heckler, Geo. B., car manager — Sun Broa 

Bledsoe, Jack, npcclal agent — Sun Bros. 

Brown, Josle, flying ladders — Sun Bros. 

Bryant, Arthur, band — Sun BroB. 

Brown, C. K, band — Sun Bros. 

Badger, J. II.. band — Sun ltroB. 

Bailey, Jack, band — Sun Bros. 

BenBon, Jack, wardrobe — Sun Bros. 

Burtons, The, maglclaus — Wallace. 

Burtlnos, The, wire — Itoblnaon. 

Buckley, D. M.. bandmaBter — Lnmont Broa 

Buck, J. L., bosa props. — IlRgenbeck. 

Brown, Chas., calliope — Yankee Robinson. 

Burr, 0. V., musical director — Slebel Bros. 

Brown, Jus., representative — Van Amburg. 

Baylor, II. E. — aun Bros. 

Barry, Eugene II. — Sun Bros. 

Bernard. Floyd, equilibrist— ningllng Bros. 

Bell, "Skinny"— Sells- Kioto. 

Barton, Bert, hostler — Forepaugta-Sclls 

Billings, Gay, manager — ■ Gay's. 

Billings, Ksss. treasurer — Gay's. 

Ilrlggs, Chaa. II., arena dlrec — ■Younger Bros. 

l'.urbank, Maud k Lillian — Mackay's. 

Barnclls, The — Mackay's. 

Burns, Frank, contr. agent — Hagenbeck. 

Burk, ft M., trnfflc agent — Norrls k ltowe. 

Itllllugs, }■:, E., bill poster— Norrls & Itowc. 

Bradley, J. W., bill poater — N'orrls k Itowe. 

Bremer. Wra., bill poster — Norrla & ltowe. 

Bagwell, Jno., bill poster — Norrls k ltowe. 

Baker, Johnny, eques. dlr. — Buffalo Bill. 

Boyd k Lovely— Buffalo Bill. 

Beckwltb, Walter, refresh, bars— Buffalo BUI. 

lionneau, Fred II., ring Block — 

Forcpaugh-SeltB 

Beckwlth, Walter, refresh, dept. — 

Buffalo Bill. 

Beckman, Fred, trens. and gen. agt-— 

Frank A. Robbing 

Boyle, John E., advance — Pawnee Bill. 

Bates, Fred J., advance — Cole Bros. 

Bennett, Ed., charge of slock — La Moat Bros. 

Butler, balancing trnpeze — Flelter Broa. 

Burke, K, M. t tiuinc mar. — Norrls k Bowe. 

Bowers, C. 11., route rider — Cole Broa. 

Berrls, John, eques. director — Cole Bros. 

Bonney, C. A.- — Bobbins. 

Bromley, Uobt., iralnmoster — Campbell Bros. 

Broyles, O. E. — Campbell Bros. 

Blckel. G. It.— Campbell Broa 

Brockwny, 0. C. — Campbell Broa 

BuBcnbark, W. Harry, special agt. — 

Campbell Broa. 

Hurnham. Tom, bill poster — Hagenbeck. 

Itoeler, Jas,, bill poater— Hagcnberk. 

Berkely, ft. bill poater — Hagenbeck. 

Blnklcy, John, bill poster — llngcnbeok. 

Burke, M, J., bill poster — Hagenbeck. 

Boyce. Ed. E., bill poBter — Hngcnbet-k. 

Bell, M. L.. bill poster— Hagenbeck. 

Becker's Elephants— Wallace. 

Belli, Harry — Gentry. 

BeBBtev, Esten, rifle shot — 

Kennedy's Wild West. 

Burns. The — Story'a. 

Bonrey, Al., bandmaster— Story'a. 



Bentley, C. A., bill poster — 

CummlnB" Wild West. 
Barth, C. II.. Hlnoa.— Cummins* Wild West. 
Bearden, Walter, bsnd— Uarnum It Bailey. 
Bates, Fred E., band— Barnum k Bailey. 
Batty, Paul — Luna Park, Coney Island, N. Y. 
Brown, Walter R., presa— 

Luna Park, Coney Island. N. Y. 
Bostock's Animals — . . _. 

Luna Park, Coney Island, N. Y. 
Rcatson, Bobt.. 1 It hoa— Cummins' Wild West. 
Baker, Jake, prog. — Cummins' Wild West 
Baker, Al., mustclsn — Bells-Floto. 
Brow, hoop and wire — Lucky BUI. 
Barefleld, T., minstrel show — Wallace. 
Belvodes. Five Flying— Younger Broa. 
Biggs, Homer, rider — Younger Bros. 
Bowman, W. L.. mgr. side snow — Hagenbeck. 
Bateson, Jess, band leader — Snyder Bros, 
noyd. Jack, and Wife— Snyder uros. 
Bowers, Fred, boas bill poster— Sun Bros. 
Bet*, John, bill poater— Sun Bros. 
Barlow Family— Great Barlow. 
Beatty, Jaa. \V„ mgr. side show — Sun Bros. 
Brown, W, II., press agent — 

American Pavilion, 
Barnes, G. C, orchestra — 

American Pavilion. 
Bronson, C. ft. bandmaster — Hagenbeck. 
Bronaon, Mrs. C. Z., wardrobe* — Hagenbeck. 
Booth, It. Q., trap* — American Pavilion. 
Bass, Capt — Ferarl. 
Brldgewntcr, Frankic— FerarL 
Bennett, Jas., boss canvas— 

Monahan's Favlllon. 
no wen, Frank— John Robinson. 
Iteanvftls, Louis, acrobat — Finn k Co. 
Barker, B. A.— Finn k Co. 
Bornsted. Fred— Finn k Co. 
Brownmlller, Wm. H., bill poater 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Batteraon, Fred, steward, car No. 2 — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Boucher, E., bill poater— Barnum k Bailey. 
Barlow, stage mar. — Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Briscoe, EdT — Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Bill, Arizona — Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Bear, Standing — Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Berg, C, bill poster — Sella-Floto. 
Brown, Geo.— John Robinson. 
Buckley, Tim — John Robinson. 
Buckley, Geo. B., advance — Jaa. A. Morrow. 
Burke. Wm., boas cband'rs — Jas. A. Morrow. 
Bachelor, Fred— Sells-Floto. 
Burke, Billy, clown— Sells-Floto. 
Bernard, Floyd, equll. — ltlngllng. 
Bedlol Family, equest — Rlngllng. 
Brachard, Paul, contortion — Wallace. 
Barnes, Julia — American Pavilion. 
Brown, Jennie — American Pavilion. 
Browolee, J. W., treaa. — 

Washburn k D'Alma'a. 
Berry, Miles, gen, agt — Elstun Broa. 
Busby, J. M., manager — Cook Bros. 
Ball, Albert, car manager — Gentry Bros. 
Bowen, B., bill poster — Gentry Broa. 
Budd, clown, and dog — Robinson. 
Bowman. E, L., mgr, annex — Hagenbeck. 
Burke, John, supt res. seats — Hagenbeck. 
Bucklln, O. J.— Will S. Heck. 
Becklcy, Geo. B. — Morrow's, 
Bolder, Dan. band — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Braden, C A., advance, Keetch k Sparks. 
Berry, John W., gen. agent — Nye k Davis. 
Baker, Will B., programme— Nye k Davis. 
Brown, E., mgr. — Brown Amuse. Co. 
Brown. T.. assist, mgr. — Brown Amuse Co. 
Blue, Prof. Chns., traps — Brown Amuse Co. 
Bnugbman, Fred C, band — Pllbeam Co. 
Beno, Ben, wire — Van Amburg. 
Bell Broa. aerlallstu — Van Amburg. 
BowerB, Knte, equestrienne, Van Amburg. 
Belts, Cbaa. car 1 — Rlngltng. 
Benzlnger, A., ear 1 — Rlngllng. 
Blair. J., car 1, Wallace. 
Bluskey, Ed., car 1— Wallace. 
Brown. W. «., car 1 — Robinson. 
Bell. Harvey, car 1 — Robinson. 
Bewder, C. D., car 1 — Gollmar. 
Becker. Geo, car 1 — Gollmar. 
Bonne, Leona, aerlallst, W. S. Heck's. 
Brusao, F. W., car 1 — Cole Bros. 
Bartlne, Johnnie, musician — W. S. Heck's. 
Buckskin Ben— W. S. Beck's. 
Bcllmont, Olga & Virginia— W. S. Heck's. 
Bcacb, Lillian— W. S. Heck's. - : 

Harrington, Nettle, side show — W. S. Heck's. 
Ha mums. The, hypnotists — W. 8. Heck's. 
Bejano, J. J. — Patterson Brainerd. 
Baikley, Oliver— Pershing & Black. 
Buckley, C. II., announcer — Talbot's Flames. 
Bnrto k Italdon — Forepaugb-Sells. 
Beck, Walter, bill poster— 1! a mum k Bailey. 
Brown, N., bill poater, car 3 — John Robinson. 
Bell. It, bill coster — John Robinson. 
Burke, Duke, porter — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Ba!rd, W. E., car 1 — Rlngllng. 
Bonne. Mme. Leone — Mackay s. 
Borella, Arthur, clown— Barnum & Bailey. 
Bates' elephants — Barnum k Bailey. 
Black-Doblado — Barnum & Bailey. 
Bradno and Derrick, eques — Barnum k Bailey. 
Barnctt, Virgil, Bchool riding — 

Uarnum k Bailey. 
Butler, Ieabelle (Dip of Death)— 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Boiler Bros., bicyclists — Barnum k Bailey. 
Becker, LouU, Jockey — Barnum k Bailey. 
Blsban, Thos., Jockey — Barnum k Bailey. 
Brooks, Eddie, rider — Barnum k Bailey. 
BankB, J. c„ adjuster — Cole Bros. 
Ilp.uglimsn'B Band — Pllbeam. 
Burke, John, asat. boss canvaa — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Blgsby, Robt, chief props. — Barnum k Bailey. 
Barnum, Harry, 24-hour man — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
I'esaer, Dr. — New Orleans Mardl-Gras, 
Blank, J. — New Orleans Mnrdl-Gras, 
Barton Broa.— Will H. Welder Carnival. 
Banks, Sam J., contr. presaagt — Hargreaves. 
Belt z, Harry, boss bill poster — Gentry Bros. 
Iirizzon, clown — Cole Bros. 
Bennett, Capt. F. L\, rifle snot — Texas Bill. 
Buckley, Prof., band leader — La Mont. 
Beldia, Chas., band — ltlgg's Rough Riders. 
Bell, Inez, annex — Van Amburg. 
Bush, Louis, bosa canvas — Van Amburg, 
Beanstlfer, Geo., bill poster — l'awnee Bill. 
Batts, Ben, boss bostlcr — Sun Broa. 
Baxter, Harry, chandeliers — Sun Bros. 
Brown, Josephine — Sun Bros. 
Rerat, Prof. Frank D., mus. dlr. — Sun Bros. 
Bryant, Arthur — Sun Bros. 
Black, Clarence H., mgr. — Great Melburn. 
Bailey, Jack — Sun Bros. 
Badger, John — Sun Bros. 
Brown, l'rof. C. t-\» mus, dlr.- — Sun Bros. 
Bremer, J. C. M , stands— Sun Bros. 
Bedward, W. II., llthos. — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Black, Mrs. C. H, — Great Melburn. 
Black, Hazel— Great Melburn. 
Burrlnal, Hugh— Great Melburn. 
Ben and Lewis, novelty ladders — 

Stlmmel'a Society Circus. 
IlRrtone, contor. — Stlmmel'a Society Circus. 
Besscc, Antolne, band— 

Sttmmers Society Circus. 
Drown, J. M., bend — 

Summers Society ClrcuB. 
Rushes, Harold, mgr. — Feast k Furies. 
Bnrnthouse. II. — Forepaugh-Sells, 
Bradford, Harry, llthos— Cook k Barrett. 
Boyle, John A., mgr. car 2 — Pawnee Bill. 
Itovlnce and Shure — Great Mundy. 
Backcys, The, musical — Great Mundy, 
Hllss. ft W., proraotor — Great Mundy. 
Bell. II., car 1— Robinson. 
BcttB, Chns. A., car 1— ltlngllng. 
Bcnoe, John, bill poster, car 2 — Rlngllng. 
Barnwell, R. E., bill poster, car 2 — Rlngllng. 
Holt, King, boss canvas — Haag. 
Blanc, Mile., wire — Haag. 
Boyd, Gall, prln. clown — Hang. 
Burton, Hlllv, clown — Haag. 
Beck, Walter, bill poster— Barnum k Bailey. 
Brown, Kd., porter, car 3 — Barnum & Bailey. 
Bailey, W. K., eques. dlr. — Campbell Bros. 
P.rown. Irwin, annex — Cole Bros. 
Bell, John, annex — Cote Bros. 
Brucee, The, annex — Cola Broa 
Iwasley, Wayne, cowboy — Pawnee Bill. 
Buckley, Prof. Dan, band — La Mont Bros. 
Batteraon, Fred, steward car 2 — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Benttnger, Jake, boss bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Brown. G. 11, band — Freed k Perrlne's, 



Butler, Roy. equea. dlr.— Flieter Broa.' 
Hergman. Wm.. clown— Flieter BroB.* 
Buaey, Fred, special agt. — Wallace. 
Ball, Tex., boss canvaa— Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Habcock, Jaa, asst. boss canvas — 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Harcaronaw's Dogs — Rlngllng. 
Hrown Bros., comedy musical — Rlngllng. 
Baker, De Voe * Hammer — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Brandon, Guatle, Juggler — Gollmar. 
Brandons, The, revolv. ladder — Gollmar. 
Brandon. Harry, clown — Gollmar. 
Bradford, Geo., clown — Gollmar. 
Bradford. Harry, clown — Gollmar. 
Barnes, Chas., advance — Gay's. 
Bacon, Myron, slack wire — Gay's. 
Billings. Eva, contor. — Gay's. 
Bacon * Bacon, sketch — Gay's. 
Billings, Ethel, dancer — Gay's. 
Bradlog, Ross, band — Gay'a. 
Bethke, Otto— Rice Bros. 
Byers, Sam, band — Rice Bros. 
Baker, M., bosa bill poster — 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Barlow, Col. Billy, clown — Haag. 
Berry. Eugene — Pawnee BI1L 
Heyerle, C. E.. owner — Burk'e. 
Bartlno. J. W. — Bark's. 
Bonn. Harry — Bark's. 
Barrett, Wm.— Burk's. 
Burns, W. H. — Burk's. 
Bayer. Frank — Burk's. 
Beyerle, Mrs. C. E — Burk's. 
Bonbeur, Howard, animals — Bonheur. 
Hogardus, Lon, boss canvaa — Bonheur. 
Bridge, Herbert, canvaa. — Bonheur. 
Barnes, laam, asst. cook — Bonheur. 
Bonbeur, Howard A., gen. mgr. — Bonheur. ■ 
Bonheur, J. R , treasurer — Bonheur. 
Bonheur, A. G., advance — Bonheur. 
Bonbeur, Pearl, office asst. — Bonheur. 
Ben and Lewis, ladders — Society Circus. 
Bartone, contor. — Society Circus. 
Ressee, Antonio, band — Society Circus. 
Brown, J. M., band — Society Circus. 
Barretts, Theo. Hees, eques. dlr. — Clark's. 
Brown, Ed., chef— Clark's. 
Batrbeller, Billy, stands — Clark's. 
Berry, O. A., cage, cook and dining tents — 

Wheeler. 
Bell, Ed. H., aupt privileges and concert — 
Wheeler. 
Belmont's Comedy Donkeys — Wheeler, 
Billings, Nellie wire and rings — Wheeler. 
Belmont, Frank, clown — Wheeler. 
Barnum, Prof., ventrll. — Royer. 
Bostwick, Chaa., banners, car 3 — Rlngllng. 
Beaton, Bobt., llthos — Cummins'. 
Baker, Jake, prog;. — Cummins'. 
Buchanan, Fred, proprietor — 

Yankee Robinson. 
Buchanan, C. W., manager — 

Yankee Robinson. 
Burkbart, G., orator, side show — Jones. 
Burkhart, Mrs. G., side show— Jones. 
Bickel, Mr. and Mrs., Bide show — Jones. 
Burkbart, H., female lmper. — Jones. 
Condon, Dave, opposition — Rlngllng. 
Cunningham, Ed., chge. of paper — 

Cook & Barrett. 
Collan, Frank, bill poster — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Crawford, Jack, charge of animals — • 

At F. Wheeler. 
Csrey. C— Bella-FIoto. 
Conklln, George, boss animal man — 
M Barnum k Bailey. 

Claire, Carl, bandmaBter — Barnum k Bailey. 
Clark, C. S v contracting agent — Sun Bros. 
Chapman, Y., band — Sun Bros. 
Carrier. J. T., equilibrist — Hagenbeck. 
Cleo, Mile., snske charmer — Al. F. Wheeler. 
Curran, Harry, bill poster — M. L. Clark'a 
Campbell. Nello J., gen'l agent — M. L. Clark's. 
Casper, George, boas animal man — 

Yankee Robinson. 
Cannon, Lou, candy stand — Yankee Robinson. 
Cooper, T. Dawson, mgr — Am. Vaudeville. 
Craig, Harry, boss of cooks k waiters — 
. Cole Bros. 

Cornell. Al — Sun Bros. 
Calloway. Harmon F. — Sun- Bros. 
Collins, Low, asst supt canvas— Sun Bros. 
Crone, John J., sec. & auditor — John Robinson. 
Couehlln, Morrla, bill poster— Rlngllng. 
Clark, Robt ft, bill poster — Rlngllng. 
- Caron, Geo., advance — Barnum k Bailey. 
Cornea, P. M., bill poster — Norrls k Rowe'B. 
Clifton. Jessie — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Clark k De Alrleu — -Macay'B European. 
Clemmlngs k McAllister — Sells-Floto. 
Carroll. John, eques. director — SellB-Floto. 
Cblawell, Joe. orators — Gollmar Bros. 
Cook, Ben— Robinson. 
Crlppen. C. T., bill poster— Hagenbeck. 
Cunningham, Paul, aupt. porters — Rlngllng. 
Clark. Harry, clown— CummlnB' Wild West 
Crandall, Tony, mgr. car No. 2 — 
__ . . _ Norrls k Rowe. 

Cunningham, Harley — Norrls k Rowe. 
Comeron, Geo., bill poster — Cook 4 Barrett 
Clark, Billy, bill poster. Cook k Barrett. 
Crowell, Edgar, bill poster — Norrls & Rowe. 
Collins, Peter, bill poster — Norrls k Rowe. 
Cloud, BIB, ticket seller — Buffalo BUI. 
Clark and Gold— Buffalo Bill. 
Crosby. Mr. k Mrs. Harry— Wallace. 
Cliffords, The— Wallace. 
Corrlne, Stella — Darnum k Bailey. 
Corcoran, Geo R., boss cooks, etc — 
___, , „ „ Forepaugh-Sells. 

Curley, "The Scout" — Cummins' WUcf West. 
Cunningham, 11. A., press agent — 
_ _ La Mont Bros. 

Cavanaugh. Chas., advance — Rlngllng. 
Cflmm Bros., annex — Van Amberg, 
Caudell.Tony, mgr. car No. 2— Norrls & Rowe, 
Curtis, Harry E., mgr. advance car No. 1 — 
„ , _ Cole Broa; 

Cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jack — Robblns. 
Carlosa k SUverton — Robblns. 
Campbell, A. G., gen. agent — Campbell Bros. 
Campbell, Doc, gen. mgr. — Campbell Bros. 
Campbell, Ed., treasurer — Campbell Bros. 
Campbell, Vlrg., front door — Campbell Bros. 
Csldwelf, Frank, asst. lot mgr. — 

__ Campbell Bros. 

Cox, W. C, aupt. lights— Campbell Bros. 
Connors and Sunlln — Campbell Bros. 
Clemmens, Will, supt. cook house — 

Cook & Barrett 
Crays. M. L., Campbell Bros. 
Curott, Chaa. L. — Campbell Broa. 
Coler, Harry, bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Clay burn. Harry, bill poater — Hagenbeck. 
Cooper, Tod, bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Church, F. L., bill poster, Hagenbeck. 
t'amllle, Mile.— Wallace. 
Connors, Sadie, wire — Wallace. 
Clifford, Grace, rider — Walloce. 
Cook, Bert B a clown — Cole Bros. 
Coleman, C. R.. car mgr. — Sells & Floto. 
Craig, Chas., rifle shot — Kennedy's Wild West 
Canfield, Jaa. — A, F, Tattle. 
Clements, Robt, railroad contr. — 

Pawnee BUI. 
Carney, Jack, rifle shot — 

Kennedy's Wild West 
Carney, Frank, charge of atock — 

Kennedy's Wild West. 
Cousins, Joe W., and Wife, riders — 

John Roblnaon. 
Cousins Sisters, nerlnllsts — John Robinson. 
Callls, Jos. W., asst mgr. side show — 

Wallace. 
Corlne, Mile., second sight — Wallace. 
Clarke Bros.— Wallace. 
Callls, Mile., Turkish theatre— Wallace 
Carson, Jno., band — Wallace. 
Crosby, Omo, minstrel show — Wallace. 
Crosby, Harry, minstrel show — Wallace, 
CbrlemHU, Pat, rider — Younger Bros. 
Cobalka, Frank, rider — Younger Bros. 
Castluc Rubin, animal trainer — Hagenbeck. 
Coyle, Hugh, press agent — Mackay's. 
Clark and Aerlcnne — Mackay's. 
Cunningham. Paul, aupt. porters — Rlngllng. 
Croasett, John, performing clown — 

Van Amburg. 
Curtis, Billy, clown — Mansfield's, 
Colegrove, Hurry, band — American Pavilion. 
Canfield and Van Horn, acrlallsts — ■ 

Finn k Co. 
Cooper, Chaa. band! — Barnum k Bailey. 
Cox, Arthur, band — Barnum k Bailey. 
Crowe, Frank, band — Barnum k Bailey. 
Clark, Roy. band — Barnum & Bailey. 
Carter, Frank, banners— Cummins' Wild West 



Clack, C. H., trained ponies^ — Great Melburn. 
clalr, A W. t band— Great Melburn. 
Cole, Lew, advance — Great Melburn. 
('orrlgBn and Hayea, comedians — Stlmmel'i. 
Cannon, chge of side show — Btlmmel's. 
Csse, Al.— Finn a Co. 
Coates, Wm., bl'l poster— Barnum & Bailey, 
Corbett, BBly H., bill poster— 

Barnum & Bailey. 
Cook. Harry, bill poster— Robblns, 
Clark, Robt H., bill poster— Rlngllng. 
Cohen, Abe, bill poater— Barnum k Bailey. 
Cochrane, Win., bill poster— 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Cooke, Victor, charge of mail — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Connors. Tom, bota bill poster — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Clements, Robt, contr. agt — Pawnee Bill. 
Cheswan, R. O., traffic mgr. — Pawnee Bill. 
Cook, Hank, boss canvas— 

Weldemann's Wild West 
Colcord. Hubert— Weldemann's Wild West. 
Cotton, Colorado — Weldemann's Wild West 
Crane, W. H., press agt.— Rlngllng. 
Carroll. Crankey, Ucket seller— Haag. 
Crawford, Lew — A. T. Tuttle. 
Curtis, Wm. — John Roblnaon. 
Carroll. Red — John Roblnaon. 
Clifford and Arnold, annex — Gollmar Broa. 
Campbell, Jas., secretary — Sells-Floto. 
Conklln, Pete, clown — Sells-Floto. 
Clark Bros., riders — Rlngllng. 
Carlos, Chas.. and dog? — Rlngllng. 
Collins (4). danccra— Rlngllng. 
Clalrons (4), dancers — Rlngllng. 
Crandall, Albert, comedy ruler — Rlngllng. 
Clarkonlsns, Thfc, aerlallsts — Rlngllng. 
Carroll, Nettle, Spanish rings — 

Forepaugh-Sells. 
Clark, Viola — American Pavilion. 
Cuban Quartet — American Pavilion. 
Cloxton, Orren — American Pavilion. 
Carrell, John, chge of stock — 

Swift Broa, No. 1. 
Cowell, Jess, bill poater — Gentry Bros. 
Cullen, Ed. C, esst. mgr. — Hagenbeck. 
Casting. Phil, supt animals — Hagenbeck. 
Cody, Co!. Vic— Kemp's. 
Cody, Mae & Jennie — Kemp's. 
Clark, Belle — Bobbins'. 
Colburn 4 Grenache^ — Morow's. 
Cady, H. W., lithographer— 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Clark, Sam— Rlngllng. 
Curby, Ed — Rlngllng. 
Carroll, Prof., Land — Brown Amua. Co. 
Cook, Chas. (eques.) — Van Amburg. 
Carey, John D., advance — Pawnee Bill. 
Clark, Robert car 1 — Rlngllng. 
Corbett k McVeigh— Silvers'. 
Cross. Ed., advance^ — Slivers'. 
Choffln, Geo. I., car 1 manager — Wallace. 
Chlveront, C. C, car 1 — Wallace. 
Camp, E. H., car 1 — Robinson. 
Chapln, Wlllard, car 1 — Robinson. 
Cook, Nick, car 1- — Robinson. 
Colle, E.. car 1 — Gollmar. 
Carr, John, car 1 — Gollmar. 
Clark, Harry, clown — Cummins. 
Clark, Taos., dogs k ponies — Cummins. 
Curtla, Harry E., car 1 — Cole Broa. 
Clarke, Chas.(Buckikln Bill)— Campbell Bros. 
Clark, ft T.— W. S. Heck's, 
Congo, leopard boy — W. S. Heck's. 
Correa, Senor k Marietta — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Carroll, Nettle — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Cornallas, $ — Forepaugh-SellB. 
Cook, Geo., Beals — Forepaugh-SellB. 
Carmlchael, Dr. C. A. — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Cochran, Geo., ateward — Fore pa ugh- Sella. 
Cochran, Walter, bill poster — . 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Canby, C. S.. bill poster— Barnum & Bailey. 
Clawson, B. B., bill poster — Barnum & Bailey. 
Coates, W. M.. bill poster — Barnum & Bailey. 
Connors, Tbos., bill poster — Barnum k Bailey. 
Clark, Thos., dogs A ponies — Mackey's. 
Cohen, Geo., opp. brigade — Hargreaves. 
Callan, Ernest, clown — Barnum 4 Bailey. 
CaBtrlllon Duo — Barnum k Bailey. 
Carmen Troupe — Barnum k Bailey. 
Cole, Geo., bounding wire — Barnum k Bailey. 
Cole, Miss, trapeze — Barnum k Bailey. 
Corinne, Miss, contor. — Barnum 4 Bailey. 
Corlnne, Ida, jockey — Barnum & Bailey. 
Cole, Belle. Jockey — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Coleman, Frank, balloons. Younger Bros. 
Cooper, J., opp. brigade — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Castle. Dolly Dimple— Great Gasklll. 
Cooke, Louis E., gen. adv. mgr. — 
_ Barnum ft Bailey. 

Coxey, Wlllard D., press agt— 

Barnum ft Bailey. 
Conklln, Peter, 24 hour man— 

, „ Barnum ft Bailey. 

Cole, J. F... car 3 — Robinson. 
Cassells, Jake, balloonist — 

New Orleans Mardl Graa. 
Coffree, C. H. — New Orleans Mardl Graa. 
Clerland. 8.— New Orleans Mardl Gras. 
Cohen. A., opp. brigade — Barnum ft Bailey. 
.Carr, Wm.. charge opp, brigade — Hargreaves. 
Castello, Ada, eques. — Mackay's European. 
Castello, Dan, jockey — Mackay's European. 
Castello, Chaa., "Human Fly'<— • ^^ 
— Mackay's European. 

Corbett O. P., bill poster— Barnum A Bailey 
Cohn, Abe, bill poster, car 2 — 

m Barnum ft Bailey. 

Croup, W., bill poster, car 2— 
r. t- n - ... Barnum ft Bailey. 

Cate Family — Robinson. 
Corey, C. E., gen. mgr.— Wallace. 
Chrlstiaunaa (3), equll.— Cole Bros. 
Cordonas, Casting — Cole Broa 
Clark, Eva, swinging ladders— Cole Bros. 
Cahoon, W. H., expert Bhot— Texas Bill. 
Clayton. Amos, cowboy — Texas BUI 
Che Mfth, side Bhow— Ringilne. 
Cayo. Mon— Bert Silver's. 
Carpenter, Frank V.— Bert Silver's 
Carpenter, Clara — Bert Silver's. 
Cross, Ed., advance — Bert Silver's. 
Carpenter, Fatty, clown — Frank Ashton. 
Calne, Col. J., announcer — Van Ambure 
Cate Family— Yankee RoblnBon. 
Crawford, Lew — Tuttle's Olympic. 
Canfield, Jas. — Tuttle's Olympic. 
Cherry, Jas-, supt.— Sun Bros. 
Clark, Arville, boaa props — Sun BroB 
Carl, Lamay. Troupe — Sun Bros 
Clark, W. C— Sun Bros 
Clyo, Mile., Bide show — Sun Bros. 
Cole 4 King, Bide show — Sun Bros. 
Cleo, Millie, female clown— Robblns. 
Carman, Great hoop roller— Wheeler. 
Condon, Dave, ste-vard, car 3— Rlnellne 
Casaldy, A. S., juggler ft trapeze— 

Carter, Frank, banners — Cummins' 
Clark, Horry, bill poster— Cummins' 
CaBetta, Chns., dancer — Rlngllng. " 
Lorrcllls (3) — Forepaugh-Sells 
Clifton SlBters — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Calc, P. B„ props.—Happy Dick Turner. 
Coons, Chas., band leader— Finn 4 Co'b 
Crabtree, Geo., chge advance — 

ma a mm „ ■ Wa £ nDu m & D'Alma'a 

Clifford. Phil., comlque — Gollmar 

Coyle, Hugh, press agt.— Mackay's. 

Cook, Roy, band leader — Gay's. 

Clark, Prof. Carl, animals— Gay's. 

Cramer, Roy M., mgr— C. W. Parker 

Clauson, Chas. — Burk's. 

Chapln, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry — Burk's. 

Chapln, Miss— Burk'e. 

Corrlnne. Florence — Burk's. 

Campbell, Carl, band— Bonbeur 

Crockett J. R.. band— Bonbeur 

Crockett Frank, traps — Bonheur 

Cross. Chas., clown — Bonheur 

Coultrup, Chas., canvas — Bonheur 

Cates, C. W„ car Inspector— Bonheur 

Chase, Arthur— Bonheur. 

Crusenberry, Riley — Bonheur. 

Church, Cbaa. — Bonheur. 

Clio, snake charmer — Wheeler's. 

Conser Dog Circus— Stlmmel's Society Circus 

Courslu 4 Albln, tumblers— Society Circus 

Corrlgan ft Hays comedians— Society Circus. 

Cannon, C. E., chge. side Bhow— *-«<-"«■ 

MiA w * , Society Circus. 

Clark, M. U, sole owner— Clark's. 

Clark. Pearl, contor. ft rider— Clark's 

Clark, Willie, stands— Ctark'sT^ 

Dowd. Red, bill poBter— Barnum ft Bailey. 



TORTURED WITH ECZEMA. 

-Scratched U.tM Blt^Woide" * 

f al C'nre by Catlcora. 

"Last year I suffered with a tremcn.V us 
itching on my back, which grew toons 
and worse until it spread over the whole 
body, and only my face and hands v ere 
fret For four months or so I suff, i Ca 
torments, and I had to scratch, Knack 
scratch until I bled. At night whtn I 
went to bed things got worse, and 1 had 
at times to get up and scratch my i o£ 
all over until I was as sore as couM be 
and until I suffered excruciating ..jr/ 
They told me I was suffering from' ec- 
zema. Then I made up my mind that I 
would use the Cuticura Remedies. ! used 
them according to instructions, and \ ery 
soon indeed I was gTeatly relieve i I 
continued until well, and now I am i , ady 
to recommend the Cuticura Remedies to 
any one. Mrs. Mary Metzger, Sweet- 
water, Okla., June 28, 1905." 



Dooley, B., side show — Geo. W. Renlz 

De Carlo-Stokea Troupe, aerial.— Sells i into 

Delly. Wm. H., mgr. car No. 1 — Gollmar itroa' 

Dousch, John, band — Sun Bros. 

Dock. J. L., band — Sun Bros. 

Dehio, Wm., boss canvas man— 

Dillingham, W. W., arena dlr.— Young" r'l'tSJ' 
Despas (3), performers — Sun Bros. 
Dunworth, Jas., mgr. car 4 — Hageabc-k 
Daly, Ed. E., press agent — Gentry Btm ' 
Dorian Drum and Fife Corps — Cummins' 
Dlo, Harry and wlfe^ — Sells-Floto. 
Du Crow, if. G., equea. dlr. — 
_ , _ . . , Mackay's European. 

Doyle, Jack, train master — 
_. _ Mackay'a European. 

Delevan, S., supt. of stock— Rlngllng 
Domschke, Max, Bupt of lights— Rlndlne 
Donaker, W. H., bill poater— Norrls & ltowe 
Dean. Clarence L.. gen. agt — Buffalo Inn ' 
Dlebalt, Harry, ticket seller— Buffalo lUli 
Din Ben Lallah — Buffalo Bill. 
Devlnney, John, boas canvaa — 

tw ■£. v *. m .. Forepaugb Sells 
Dana, Tom, boss chandeliers — 

Drfmo F.mll,-L» Moat *£'«""*' ^ 
Del Rio — La Mont Bros. 

De Alvlns, The, Bide show — La Mont Bros 
Drake, Darld, stock — La Mont Bros. 
Damon, H. W., dining camp — 

- Cummlna' Wild West. 

Doud, Owen, press agent — 
™., w -. . . Cummlna' Wild West 
Dlllae, Max — Cook ft Barrett 
Demlug ft Onslow — Norrls ft Bowe. 
Ducrow, Tote, clown — Norrls ft Howe 
Dymsn, Geo., lot supt — Norrls ft Rowe. 
Downs, M. J., proprietor — Cole Bros. 
Debonalre, L. E.. side show — Bobbins. 
De Robeo, Count — Campbell Bros. 
Doerner, Geo., waiter — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Dunken, Capt, mgr. annex — Haag. 
Dupree, Miss, concert — Geo. W. Rents. 
Dimltri. Capt, rough rider— Campbell Bros. 
Dopa, 0. E. — Campbell Bros. 
Dean, Chas. R. — Campbell Bros. 
Dayton, E. — Campbell Bros. 
Darling, J. A.— Campbell Bros. 
Ducate, It. H.— Campbell Bros. 
De Arno, Bert ft Geo. — Campbell Bros. 
Davenport A. M., 4 wife— Campbell Bros. 
Danby, E. Sherman, press — Hagenbeck. 
Dunnington, W. 8., mgr. adv. car No. 2 — 
«. _. „ Hagenbeck. 

Darls, Geo., Mil poster — Hagenbeck. 
Deioo-I'arnel Troupe — Wallace. 
De Van, Wm.. rider— Wallace. 
De Mott, Louise, rider — Wallace. 
Delmont, Fred, clown — Wallace. 
Durand A Wheeler — Wallace. 
D'ZIzzi, Bulle— Cole Bros. 
De Alvln, Hnrry — Frank Langley. 
Dickey, Will, rifle expert— 

Kennedy's Wild West 
Dixon, A. J., local contr. — Cummins'. 
Dodson, Frank, bill poster — 

Cummins' Wild West 
Dessault, Chas., band — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Dryden, Chas., Juggler— Great Melburn. 
Dunn, Earl, band— Stlmmel's Society Cirrus. 
Dunlap, Blondl— Lucky Bill. 
Dunlap, May, musical dlr. — Lucky BUI. 
De Clairvllle, Sid, trapeze— Lucky Bill. 
De Savres— Wallace, 

Delmar, Ethel, Turkish theatre— Wallace. 
Dowker. Milton, head cowboy — Snyder Broi 
Duke, Wm. H., mgr. Bide Bhow — Snyder Bros. 
Decker, Frank — Great Barlow. 
"Dynamo," trained stallion — 

Mackay's European 
Devere; Mme., trained animals — FerarL 
Dalmaine, Prof. — Ferarl. 
De Viibla, Great — E. G. Smith's. 
Dickey, Cbaa., musician — E. G. Smith's. 
Dandy, E. Sherman, press rep. — Hagenbeck. 
De Wolf, J., gen. press rep. — Hagenbeck. 
Douthlt Chester, bill poster— 

Barnum ft Bailey. 
Derringer, Dick, boss bill poster 1 — 

Pawnee Bill. 
De Ivey Troupe (C), acrobats^ — Haag. 
Deivy, John, boss props — Haag. 
Donahue, Joe C., bus. mgr. — 

Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Dickey, W., bill poater — Sells-Floto. 
Davis, Wm. — John Roblnaon. 
Ditto, Prof., annex — Gollmar Bros. 
Dutton, Billy— Sell B-Floto. 
De Alvln, Harry L. — Kemp's Wild West. 
Dale, Geo. O., aerial ladder— Rlngllng. 
De Macos, The, rloga — Hlngllng. 
De Keck Trio, hand balancers — Rlngllng. 
De Venus, The, balancers — Rlngllng. 
Da Coma Family, acrobats — Rlngllng. 
De Roches, acrobats — Rlngllng. 
Davenports, The, equeatrlans^ — Rlngllng. 
De Marcos, rings — ltlngllng. 
De Camp, Three Sisters— Forepaugh-Selle. 
Duqueane ft Wellington — Forepaugh-Seils. 
Dime, & M a band— American Pavilion. 
Dunlap, F. £>., manager — Rice ft Davis. 
Dunlap, Mrs. F. D., res. Beats — Rice ft Davis. 
Dolby, Art, bosa canvas — Rice ft Davis. 
Danby, E. 8., Bpec. press rep. — Hagenbt'tk. 
Doty. Lculs, bill poster— Hale'e Fire Figblura. 
Deerlng, Thos,, train — Cole Bros, 
De Alvln, H. L, — Kemp's. 
Dolson, Alfred L., mgr. — Pain's Pompeii. 
Damon, C, O., car 1— Rlngllng. 
Delly. w. H-, car 1— Gollmar. 
Davidson, EL, car 1 — Gollmar. 
Davla, Chns.— W. 8. Heck's. 
DawBou, Stanley — Rlngllng. 
Dunedin Troupe— Forepaugh-Sells. 
Debollons (3>— Forepaogh-Sells. 
Daniels, MIbs, equestrian— Forepaugh-Sells. 
Dean, Al., equestrian — ForcpaugnSellfl. 
Dewdrop, Dainty, midget — Forepaugn-SelK 
De Vinney, John, canvaa^ — Forepaugb-Sells. 
Davis. Ed. F., special agt. — Wallace. 
Debaugh, Dnn. special agt. — Wallace. 
Delmore, Fred., arena — Hale's Fire Fighter*. 
De Orla, bog puncher — Hale's Fire Flghiers. 
De Mario, Harry, equll. — Rlngllng. 
Donobue, Wm., clown— Oollmar. 
Daman, Perry, boss hoatler— Gay's. 
Daniels. Claude, band — Gay's. 
Dukes, J., chge. of paper — 

Hale's Fire flibUTi 
Dodd, W.. bill poster— Bale's Fire Fighter.;. 
Doerner, Geo., waiter, car 3 — 

Barnum ft BaM-J- 
Deatrlch, G-, advance — Lowery Bros. 
Duncan, J. M.— Burk's. 
Daughcrty Bros. — Bonbeur. 
Dougherty, Geo., clown — Bonbeur. 
1>avIb, Ike. groom — Bonbeur. 
Dunn. Karl, band— Society Clrcua 
Darrel A Juliett, vocalists— Royer. 
Denton, rontor — Royer. 
Delhi, Jerome, mgr. car S — Rlngllng. 



JULY 7. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER; 



531 



Dickson, Bert bill p«rt*r— OummlM' 

Doll Br Troupe, acrobats — Forepaugb- Sella. 
Peaaan, M- — Barnum ft Bailey. 



Ea It*?, Fred, aide show — Haas. Feek 4k Cobn— New Orleans 

Jjrauifleld, Wd, bill poster, car 2— RIngllng. Ferguson. Ben, promoter— 
Donley, Tom, chandelier — Forepaugh-Selli. Fenn k 



Donley, Tom, chandelier — Forepaugh- 

De Wolfe. Fred, treasurer — MmMH 

Dowd, Edward, bill poster, car i— 

Barnum It Bailey. 
Dean Port, dancer— Frank II. Reynold*. 
DiHle 6- 31., band — American Pavilion. 
Da Crow, We. eques. dir. — Barnum A Bailey, 
Deuman's elephants — Barnum & Bailey. 
De Jlott, Win., eques. — Barnum A Bailey. 
De Mott, Joale. eques. — Barnum A Bailey. 
Dockrill, R. H., eduea. dir.— BarLum A Bailey. 
lXJwniEg Bros. — Washburn A D'AJma's. 
Dexter, Al„ promoior— Ferarl. 
Davis, Chas,. boss dining tent— 

Barnum k Bailey. 
DTkemin, Wm., aopt. programmes— 

■ Barnum * Bailey. 

Dentals, W. P.— Pllbeam. 
Dennetiy, C— Plllbeam. 
Dobson, John, prog- — Monarch Carnival. 
Dickson, Guy, bill poster — Gentry Bros. 
Dellameads (7),— Cole Bros. 
D'F.spa, leaper — Cole Bros. 
Del Fuego, clowa — Cole Bros. 
De Forest, Jean, clown — Cole Bros. 
D'Espas. The — Cole Bros. 
Davis, Harry A., expert Bhot — Texan Kill. 
Dixon, A, P., secretary — Wood's Hippodrome. 
De Varre, Otto— Bert Silver's. 
Dallas, Claude, bill poster — Pawnee Bill. 
Dally, Harry, porter— Pawnee Bill. 
De Corum, J. T., chge of. clowns— 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Dei Crepeoyfl, The— Sun Bros. 
Dusch, John — Sun Bros. 
Delbm, Harry— Sim Bros. 
Dock, John — Sun Bros. 
Davis, E. — Forepaugb-Sells. 
Devllo, high loop— Great Mundy. 

galley. Tom, mgr. car 2— Rlogllng. 
Idrldge, Band pictures — 

Bostock, Glasgow, Scot. 
Elliott, S. W., boss ring Btock— 

Barnum A Bailey. 
Eberle. J., boss canvas man — Buffalo Bill. 
Evans, Chas., charge of stock — Pawnee Bill. 
Eloort. fire queen — Al. F. Wheeler. 
Ellia, H. L contracting — John Robinson. 
Englert, A S.. canvas man— Great Cole Bros. 
Krftkson, C. I*., master transportation — 

* Cole A Rogers. 

Earl Sisters— Sells-Floto. 
Kd&a, Miss, rider— Norrls A Rowe. 
Eugenie- Princess — Buffalo Bill, 
tfllets, The— Robblns. 
Edberg, F. — Campbell Bros. 
Ernst. Geo., paste maker — Hagenbeck. 
Earl Sisters— Wallace. 
Elrter, Marie, race rider — Wallace. 
Emery. D. F.. ticket seller — Wallace. 
Echols, Sam, clown — Great Barlow. 
Edwards. E. E. — Reece Bros. 
Evan*, Tom, boss canvas — 1-a Mont's. 
Ewers, Ed. A., band — American Pavilion. 
EFPraso. Capt. — Ferarl. 
Ewlgg. Claude, boss props— 

rw Wiedemann's Wild West. 

Ellis, Fred K., band — Barnum k Bailey. 
Edwards, S., bill poster — Sells-Floto. 
Emberton. W. — John Robinson. 
Elwyo, Chas., band — Barnum & Bailey. 
Etbds, Harry, ticket wagon — Sells-Floto. 
EsslEger, Otlo E., special agt. — Sells-Floto. 
English, W. P., band — Barnum k Bailey. 
Eldred 4 De Vene— RIngllng. 
Erheato Slaters (3), equilibrists— BI ogling. 
Eldred, Gilbert, clown — RIngllng. 
Ksbltuka. Juggler— RIngllng. 
Edwards, Harry — American Pavilion. 
Eager, F. E., band — American Pavilion. 
Eovtb. Rose, premiere — Hagenbeck. 
Koilt, athlete — Morrow's. 
Evans, supt. stock — Pawnee Bill. 
Estes, Frank, car manager 1 — RIngllng. 
Krlckson, W., car No. 1 — Gotltnar. 
Edward-'. Milo, car No. 1 — Gollmar. 
Rarlscott, Lotta, side show— W. S. Heck's. 
Evaqs. T. W.. secretary — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Elliott, Doc, boss ring stock — 

Barnum A Bailey. 
Eflston, JJ, E., programmes — Gentry Bros. 
Earl, Roy, clown — Cole Bros. 
Earl. Percv, porter — Hagenbeck. 
Elletts, The, trapeze — Bobbins. 
Everett, -Ins., band leader — Haag. 
Dd wards, Curly — Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Egener, Fred, clown — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Ecknoff Bros., revot. ladder — Gollmar. 
Fckhoff, Joe, clown — Gollmar. 
Engtlsh. Mr. A Mrs. John — Burks. 
Earl, bicyclist — Finn's, 
Kgajer, E. C. band— Society Circus, 
Earl, Harry, supt. canvas— Clark's. 
Earl, Mrs. H.. wardrobe — Clark's. 
Ellis, Chan., contr. agt.— Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Edwards, C, ticket seller— Jones. 
Prink, F. J., advance— Al. ft Wheeler. 
Fitzgerald, Frank, charge of cook tent — 

g£ Finn 4 Co. 

Fprguson, W. E-, advance — 

Cummins' Wild West. 



Foy, Martin, stenographer— Barnum 4 Bailey. 
Freedmin, H., gen. agt — 

New Orleans MardJ Gns. 
Mardl Gras. 



Myers' Carnival. 
Hargreaves. 



Foster, Al. C, mgr. car 1 

Footll, clown— Cole Bros. 

Ferris, Jos. F., aide show— RIngllng. 

Francis, Ernest, hill poster— Sells-Floto. 

Frank, Phillip, prog. — Cummlna' Wild West. 

Falrmio, Claude — Bert Silver's. 

Foster. J. W„ gen. agt. — Frank Ashton. 

Frleae, Jim, clown — Frank Ashton. 

Fisher, H. J., mgr. car 4— Pawnee Bill. 

Foley. John, bill poster— Pawnee BUI. 

Fayblo. Adonis — Kennedy Bros. 

Fox, Joe — Snn Bros. 

Floyds. Aerial — Robblns. 

Irincelias, The — Great Mundy. 

Feltus, J. R . bill poster, rar 2— RIngllng. 

Fitfpatrlck, T- car 2— RIngllng. 

Farley, Jack, 24-bour man — Haag. 

Forbes, Ray, wire and rings — Haag. 

Forum, Boy, clown — Haag. 

Fisher, Wm., asst. checker up — 

Rarnum 4 Bailey. 
Foster, Leon, concert— Pawnee Bill. 
Freed, juggler — Freed 4 Perrine's. 
Fleiter, C. C, mgr.— Flelter Bros." 
Flelter, Joe., asst. mgr.— Flelter Bros. 
Flelter, Chris, treasurer— Flelter Bros.' 
Franks, Mr. 4 Mrs., trapeze — Flelter Bros.' 
Franklin, gen. agt — Wallace. 
Fortunes (3), bars— Rlogllng. 
Fellows, Jack, asst. tress — 

Washburn 4 D' Alma's. 
Franklin, Fred, menage — Gollmar. 
Farrell, Mrs. Cook— Gay's. 
Fsrrell, Chaa.. band— Gat's. 
Fisher, Wm. P., asst. checker up, car 3 — 

Barnum 4 Bailey. 
Fulton, Dick A., agt.— C. W. Parker. 
Fairfax, Leona — Burk's. 
French. Harry, boss hostler — Wheeler's. 
Ferro, John, paste maker, car 1 — Cummins'. 
Frutchey, Carl B., band — Great Meiburn. 
Gordon, Robt., manager of side abow — 

Finn & Co. 
Gordon, Marie, flying rings — Finn 4 Co. 
Graham, Lew, museum manager — RIngllng. 
Graves, C— Sells-Floto. 
Gollmar, Fred C, agent — Gollmar Broa. 
Gllbertson. C. H., privileges — Pawnee BUI. 
Grattoo, Y, band — Sun Bros. 
GUlman, W,m.. con't'g agent — Campbell Bros. 
Gulnter, L. C. — RIngllng Bros. 
Gillette. W. W.. supt. dining cars — Hagenbeck. 
Gray. Harry, dressing top — Yankee Robinson. 
Goldle, Frank A., annex — Gollmar Bros. 
Gallagher. Jas., convas man— -Cole Bros. 
Gllt=. Geo. — Cule Bros. 
Gaston, Albert, eques. dir. snd clown — 

Wheeler's. 
Gount, Ross, bill poster— Norrls A Rowe. 
Garnetl, C. G., bill poster— Norrls A Rowe. 
Graham, Jos. N.. bill poster — Norrls A Rowe. 
Gilpin, Roy, bill poster — Norrls A Rowe. 
Cunning. H. H., mgr. adv. — Buffalo Bill. 
Griffin, Chas. E., mgr. priv.— Buffalo BUI. 
Griffin. Frank E., ticket seller— Buffalo BUI. 
Giovanni's Cockatoos — Buffalo Bill. 

Oassard, M.— Buffalo BUI. 
Goodwin, W. M., advance — Robblns. 
Geisler, Jos., eques. director — Norrls A Rowe. 

Graham, Clint A., master trans.— Robblns. 

Gauntt, Bert, supt. props— Campbell Broa. 

Groh Family — Campbell Bros. 

Gerlach, Cnna. — Campbell Bros. 

Gllman, Wm., gen. contr. agt. — 

Campbell Bros. 

Gibson, C, C, supt. trans. — Cook A Barrett. 

Glldersleere, E, J., privileges — 

Cook A Barrett 

Graves, W. E, lithographer — Hagenbeck. 

Genaro A Theoi. contortionists — Wallace, 

Glennar, John L., treasurer — Robblns. 

Gaster, Fred — Campbell Bros. 

Grangers, Musical — Lucky BUI. 

Griffin, Chas. F.ldrldge, supt. side shows — 

Buffalo Bill 

Gonzales Sisters, knife throwers — Wallace. 

Geronlmo. Chief — Younger Broa, 

Griffin, Frank, asst. mgr. side show — 

Hagenbeck. 

Grompo. Root — Ferarl. 

Goldsmith, Harry, bill poster — 

Barnum A Bailey. 

Goodman. Mike, bill poster — Barnum A Bailey. 

GUlman Bros., cowboy — Pawnee Bill. 

Gregory, R. S., cowboy — Pawnee BUI. 

Guy. C, bill poster— Sells-Floto. 

Gechter, C, bill poster — Sells-Floto. 

George Bros., side show — Gollmar Bros. 

Gilbert, Grace, annex — Gollmar Bros. 

Gove, Pauline — Sells-Floto. 

Goodo, Jess, wire act — Geo. W. Hall Jr. 

George. Fred, agent — Swift Bros., No. 1, 

(Jleaxon A Boyd — Gllmore A La Tour. 

Goodley, I. D., wire and rings— Rice A Davis. 

Gavin, M. E., supt. front door — Hagenbeck. 

"Girl In Red"— Sells-Floto. 

GaBpard, Great— Robblns. 

Gardner, Sam, agent — Nye A Davis, 

Guyon, Ed., car No. 1 — RIngllng. 

Gllby. W., car No. 1 — Wallace. 

Glaridon, Herbert, car No. 1 — RoblnsoD. 

Garnett. C. Car No. 1 — Gollmar. 

Green, Harry — Robinson. 

-" Bella. 



Goodwin. Wm- bill poster, car 3 — RIngllng. 
Goodley 4 Casaldy, Roman ring* — 

Rice A Duvli. 
Geneva — Yankee Robinson. 
Georgia Colored Minstrels, aide show — Jones. 
Horner, Ben, bandmaster — Gollmar Broa. 
Herman's Dogs — Finn A Co. 
Hilderra, trapese— Lowery Bros. 
Handle, J.— Sells-Floto. 
Hopper. K., bill poster— Sells-Floto. 
Holland, Geo., ooss of drivers — Gollmar Bros. 
Hutchinson, F. B., manager — Buffalo BUI. 
Howard, Frank, boss canvas man — 

Cummins' Wild West. 
Hollls, Orrin, equestrian director — Sun Broa. 
Mollis Rose, principal rider — Sun Bros. 
Hilda. Mile— Sells-Floto. 
Harper. K.I wood, bill poster — M. L. Clark's. 
Homer, Mr. and Mrs. Ben — Cden Wild Weat. 
Hodge. Harry, mgr. side Bbow — Robbln>. 
Hagenbeck, Lorent, supt. of animals — 

Hagenbeck. 
Houghton, Kn.le, supt nf transportation — 

Hagenbeck. 
Haley, Anderson L. — Sun Bros. 
Herrmnn, Arthur, acrobat — Robinson Show. 
Hllllnrd. Blanche— Sells-Floto. 
Herbert, "frog man" — Sells-Floto. 
Hayes, Tommy — Uackny's European. 
Howard's Horse** — Mackay k European. 
Henery, C. 0., excursion agent— 

Norrls 4 Rowe. 
Hyde, Joe, bill poster— Norrls A Rowe. 
Hewitt, Walter, bill poster— Norrls A Rowe. 
Heard, Ed., bill poster— Nurris A Rowe. 
Howard, G. L., bill poster — Norrls 4 Rowe. 
Harklns. P., bill poster — Norrls 4 Rowe. 
Hoyt A Clymer— Buffalo BUI. 
Helot z, Peter, boss mechanics — ' 

Forepaugb-Sells. 
Hocums, Hurdling, riders — Robblns. 
Haley. Dave, cont. agent — Bobbins. 
Howard, Jo* M.. opposition — Pawnee BUI. 
Hammond, Prof., bandmaster — Flelter Bros. 
Helbel, Oscar, boss canvas — Flelter Broa. 
Hociim, Mr. and Mrs, Kd., riders — 

Norrls A Rowe. 
Henry, C. G., mgr. brigade No. 3 — 

Norrls A Rowe. 
Haley. Frencby. boss canvas — Bobbins. 
Herbert Bros. (3)— Robblns. 
Harlg, Vincent C. — Robblns. 
Hurley. Frank J , side show — Robbins. 
Hatlield, Fred, gen. supt. — Campbell Bros. 



Hcherllng, Wm R. animals— J. Frank Hatch. 
Hass, J., npp. brigade — Barnum A Bailey. 
Harris. Frank. Utnos — Gentry Broa 
Harto. U'iid, side show— RIngllng. 
Hsu-reaves Chas, bill poster — Sells-Floto. 
Hambiln, Ed. G.. bill poster — Sells-Floto. 
Hook, Harry, bill poster— Sells-Floto. 
Hal>, Harvey, porter— Cummins' Wild West. 
Houstlngs, Sam, bill poster — 

Cummins* Wild West. 
Herbert. Paul. prln. rider — Frank Ashton. 
Hayes, Ike, bsnners — Pawnee BUI. 
Herrlty, Jos., bill poster — Pawnee BUI. 
Hawelman, Ben, boss bill postter — 

Chamberlhiu A Harrington. 
Hilderra. Chaa. — Tnttle's Olymplo, 
Hanvrlich. Chas., blacksmith— Sun Bros. 
Hollls, Nettle — Sun Bros. 
Hollla. Master Melvln— Sun Brus 
Herbert Bros. (31, scrobi!«— Kobblus. 
Hurst, P. car porter — Forepaugh-S*lls 
Hill. Jack, hill poster— Conk A Barrett. 
Holden. Arthur, likli dive — Great Mundy. 
Hosklas. W II.. car 1— RIngllng. 
Hodges. Kid, steward car — RIngllng. 
Ilnnford E.. opp. brigade — Pawuee Bill. 
Hans;, Mrs. Alice, front door — Haag. 
Ilenker. Al.. '24- hour mnn — Hargreaves. 
Hutl, Albert, annex — Cole Bros. 
Hnyes, Tom, nire walker— Pawnee BUI. 
Hamlv, JiiRgler. snuex — Pnwnee* BUI. 
Hedder A Mereno. annex — Pasuee Bill. 
Howe, Bert — Hargrenves. 
Hobsons, The, eqin's. — RIngllng. 
Hartzel). Geo., clown — RIngllng. 
Howard 4 Rutherford— Rlngllntr. 
Hubbert. Pearl — Happv Dick Turner. 
Hurst, H.. bill poster— Sells-Floto. 
Horner. Inlav, tight wire — Gollmar Bros. 
Henu, Elmer, hand — Gay's. 
Iterzog. Hugo, and Stnllionw— Bobbins. 
Hoone. Rex— Woodford's. 
Hall. Ed., Ikiss canvas — Story's. 
Hall, Guv, Ihiss rlinndcliers — Story's. 
Heath. J. W.— Burk's. 
Hubbard. Lou W— Burk's. 
Heldley, Prof, Harry, band master— 

Honhfiir. 
Heldley, II. B., band— Bonbfur. 
Hayes. Marie, trapeze — Finn's. 
Hiutman, John, bill poster, car 3— RIngllng. 
Hlghtower. A. 1... bill poster, car 3— RIngllng. 
Hope, W ., bill poster, ear 3— ltiugllng. 
Harris. Kid. bill poster — Cummins'. 



r _.ll Bros. Hall, Harry, porter — Cummins'. 
Hansen. Wm., supt. animals^— Campbell Brut. Hodges, A. E . steward, car 2 — RIngllng. 



Frust, Ed., bill poster— M. L. Clark's. 
Fink, F. J., manager privileges— Sells-Floto. 
Forquer, Wm., boss of dnvera — 

Great Cote Bros. 
Forquer, Cecelia — Sells-Floto. 
Frank A Albright— Forepaugh. 
Fowler, W. B., bandmaster — 

,. . Mackey's European. 

Fat, Wm. H., steward dining cars— RIngllng, 
Feltus, Roy L, asst. mgr.— Forepaugh-Sells. 
Feltus, John R., advance — Hagenbeck. 
Fuller, W. E., traffic manager — Hagenbeck. 
Folaoni, F. P., advance — Hogenbeck. 
Fcrblsh, Walter, special agent — Hagenbeck. 
Forgrnves, W. J., advance — Sells-Floto. 
Frraerk-ks, Chas. D., ad.-once — Sells-Floto. 
Foley, Geo., boss hostler — Norrls A Rowe. 
Frlcge, Herman — Campbell Bros, 
Florence Troupe, acrobats — Campbell Bros, 
Fltzeerald. Chas.— Campbell Broa 

Fletcher C. C. special agt. — Campbell Bros. Gltann Troupe — Barnum A Bailey. 
Ftlfller, Sam, mgr. car No. J— Hagenbeck. C.relwe, Frits, chrf— Hargreaves. 



Gartner, A. E. — Forepaugfa-He 
Graham, H. B., mgr. car No. 1 

Forepaugh-Sells. 
Gill, John, banti — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Gorman, Wm. E. ( eques. dir. — 

Forepaugh-Sells. 
Gayle, Elsie, aide show— Forepaugb-Sells. 
Gregorl, Prof., band master — Pawnee Bill. 
Gregg, Jas., bill poster — 

Washburn A D'Alma'a. 
Goldsmith. H. G.— Barnum A Bailey. 
Gullver Llllputlans — Barnum A Bailey. 
Gerome. Thos., clown — Barnum & Bailey. 
Gee Gee, clown — Barnum A Bailey. 
Gerotnes, The — Barnum A Bailey. 
Guldos Troupe, acrobats — Barnum A Bailey. 
iGruoatbo Troupe, acrobats — -Barnum 4 Bailey. 



mgr. __. 
Fuller, G. G., bill poster— Hagenbeck. 
Faber, Anita— Wallace. 
Fischer, Fred., eques. dir, — John Robinson. 
Farlma. La Belle — Wallace. 
First. Lew, adv. dept.— Younger Bros. 
Fischers, Flying — Forepaugh-SellB. 
Forepaugh, Pearl, trapeze — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Fortune, Roy, slack wire — Hasg. 
Fra&clB, Clyde, orchestra — American Pavilion. 
FtenTn, Billy, chit— K. G. Smith's. 
Ferarl, Jos. G. — Brighton Beach. 
Fisher, ft, P., bill poster — Barnum A Bailey. 
Fr»scr, Geo., boss bill poster, car 2 — 

. , .. Barnum 4 Bailey. 

Fitchett. A. J., chrf— Barnum A Bailey. 
Fisher. Fred — John Robinson. 
Frederick. Chas.. local contr.— Sells-Floto. 
Fredericks, Dutch clown— Sells-Floto. 
Fields, W. C, and wife — Bonheur Bros. 
Fuu. Herr, 'cycle somersault— RIngllng. 
FlBper, Hesse L., wardrobe— 
. . .. „ Cummins' Wild, West. 

Fleming, Jas., chge. porters — 

Cummins' TVlld West. 
Foster, Lew, boss canvas — 

Washburn A D' Alma's. 

Slayer — 
aebburn A D'Alma'a. 
Filnk, Louis, band— Barnum A Bailey 
Frank. Jos. J., sec. and tress — James Bros. 
Fuller, Harry, ticket taker — Rice A Davis. 
Fuller, W. V. ., traffic mgr. — Hagenbeck. 
Foster, Lew. master mechanic. — Hagenbeck. 
Feasted, Kmlle. band— Barnum A Bailey. 
Ferguson's Electric Tbeatre^ — Will 8. Heck. 
Ftagan's Family Band — Kemp's. 
Flynn. Spot— RIngllng. 
Fredl, La Belle— Welder Co. 



Gilman, Wm., contr. agt — Campbell Broa 
Goodman, K. bill poster — Barnum A Bailey. 
Glaatly. Sbarky, bill poster— 

Barnum A Bailey 
Garrlgus, F. D., mgr. car No. '2 — Gentry Bros, 
Griffith, W. S., Berlallst — Gollmar Bro*. 
Goodole, Spike, rider — Cole BroB. 
Govts, The, double trapeze — Cole Bros. 
Gulnter. I- C., side show — RIngllng. 
Gates, Lawrence, side show — RIngllng. 
Gee, John, doorkeeper — RIngllng. 
Graves, W. E., boss banner — 

Cummins' Wild West 
Groves, H., bill poster — 

Cummins' Wild W*>st. 
Ganigus, F. D., mgr. car I — Gentry Broa 
Gllberto, S., clown— Frank Asbton. 
Gaines, Alt, ticket seller — Van Amburg. 
Gordensteln, Max, banners — Pawnee Bill. 
Graab, Walter, bill poster — Pawnee Bill. 
Gray, Hugh, chef — Pawnee BUI. 
Gardner, Geo., mgr. lunch car — Sun Broa 
Gleason, L. O., Iltbos — Forepaugb-Hella. 
Gltz, Hank, boss bill poster — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Guslafson. G.— Forepaugb-Sells. 
Green, ft B. — Forepaugb-Sells. 
Gelger, E. — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Garrlty, W., car I — RIngllng. 
Garner. Harry, supt, dining tents — Haag. 
Grab. Bill, boss ponies — Haag. 
Green, Fred. mgr. car 2 — Hargreaves, 
Garrltt Jlmmie — Pawnee BUI. 
Grobb, Wm., car 3— Pawnee BUI. 
Grohs, Four Graceful — Campbell Bros. 
Gustsd, Allie. eques. — Gollmar. 
Griffith, W. H.. clown— Gollmar. 
Graves, R. L., bill poster— 

Hale's Fire Fighters 



Fisbeil. Dan S., press agt— Barnum A Bailey. Govelletfa, Col., blgh wire— Story's, 



Faocher, E. O.. car ) — Wallace, 
Fisher Bros.— Forepaugh -Sella 
Fllsgerald, Gerald, press — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Fishers, Sir, aerlallsts — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Fisher. H.. bill poster— Barnum A Bailey. 
Fox. Geo. A., Btage mgr, — Frank H. Reynolds. 
Foster. AL, mgr. car 1 — Hargreaves. 
Fortunatos, The, acrobats^ — Baroum A Bailey. 
Florem Troupe— Barnum A Bailey, 
ferarl, Mrs. Emma, tress— Ferarl. 



Gregg. Herb. — Burk's. 
Glng, John, train boss — Bonheur. 
Ulna-. Pole. brbi. train boss — Bonheur. 
Goodwin, W. M-, mgr. csr 1— Robblns. 
Goss. Chas., bill poster — Robblns. 
Goodwin. Uncle BUI, cook — Robblns. 
Guibrle Family, trapeze — Society Circus. 
Gillespie, Adam, asst. mgr. — Wheeler's. 
Grlswold, Jss.. boss bill poster — Wheeler's. 
Goodbart, Geo., mgr. car 3— Singling. 



Hill, Ted. calliope player — Csmpbell Bros. 
Hooth. N. J. — Campbell Bros.. 
Hibbnrd, C. A. — Campbell Bros. 
Hopkins, A. E. — Campbell Bros. 
Hlgblc, I. I*— Campbell Bros. 
Herrun, R. — Campbell Bros. 
Hlgble. D. N.— Campbell Bros. 
Harlan. F., supt stock — Cook A Barrett 
Horton. Joe, bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Harmon, J. M . bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Hester. J. J., bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Hart. Tom, clown — Wallace. 
Hart. Everett, clown — Wallace. 
Henry. Albert — John Robinson. 
Holmes, Ben and Mae, rifle shots — 

Kennedy's Wild West 
Hastings. Zeno — Norton Bros. 
Harold, P. W.. mgr. advance — 

Cummins' Wild West. 
Hibbard, Rut*, revolving ladders — Lucky BUI, 
Hall. Jas. B.. band— Wallace. 
Hare, Rill, rider — Younger Bros. 
Hicks. Steve, rifle shot — Younger Bros. 
Harslln. Prof., magician— Hagenbeck. 
Howard, Geo., advance — Snyder Bros. 
Hall. J. R.. treasurer — Snyder Bros. 
Hank. J. J. bill poster— Sun Broa 
Hill, Jos., bill poster — Sun Bros. 
Howe, Arthur — Great Barlow. 
Herrmanns. The, magic — Cook A Barrett. 
Harper, John. mgr. advance — Sells-Floto. 
Hanson, Harry L. — Hargreaves. 
Holden, Herbert, leader orch. — 

American Pavilion. 
Hopper, Chas.. clown — Howard A Starrett's. 
Hanlon, Frank, bandxhaRter — 

MooslMd's Great Eastern. 
Harlow Bros. (3) — Mansfield's Great Eastern. 
Hollon, Frank S„ ticket seller — 

American Pavilion. 
Homer, .1. F.. bill poster— Hagenbeck.- 
Holmes, W. ft, supt.— Rlgg's Wild West 
Hodge, John — Finn A Co. 
Hedges. Ray E. — Wiedemann's Wild West 
Hockley. Zeke— Wlodjemnnn's Wild West 
Hardy, John— Wiedemann's Wild West 
Head, Otter— Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Hopper, Y... bill poster — Sells-FIolo. 
Hannum, T., bill poster — Sells-Floto. 
Hayes, C, bill poster— 8^11 8- Flo to. 
Hassan. P.. bill poster — Sells-Floto. 
Hundley, Pop, charge rook house — Sells-Floto. 
Hobsons, The, Jockey act — RIngllng. 
Howard, Frank, boss canvas — 

Cummins' Wild West 
Holmes. Arte — American Pavilion. 
Heaton. C. ft, band — American Pavilion. 
Hays, Arthur — American Pavilion. 
Haverstack, H. 0., bandleader—' 

» Swift Bros.. No. 2. 

Hodge, Roy, agent — Swift Bros., No. 2. 
Harrison, Lath., charge of stock — 

Swift Bros., No. 2. 
Hawkins, CaL. agent— Swift Bros., No. 1. 
Haverstreet, Gordon, privileges — 

Swift Bros., No. 1. 
Howard, Prof., bandmaster — Elsluo Bros. 
Hennessy, F., local contr. — Gentry Bros. 

Henshaw. I*, bill poster — Gentry Bros. 

Havlln. John H., sec. and treas. — Hagenbeck. 
Hanley, 51. H special agt. — Hagenbeck. 

Horlgan, J., asst sunt stock — Hogenbeck. 

HIIHard. Blanche— Sells-Floto. 

Hlndmao, Jake, boss hostler — Robblns. 

Hayman, Bolt — Morrow's. 

Hnrding. Geo., bill poster, car 2 — Cummins'. 

Hnrels. "Kid." bill poster, ear Z—Cumniln*'. 

Harrell. P. W.. mgr., car 1 — Cumins'. 

Howard, W. II., vhef, car t — Cummins'. 

Hall, G. W., promoter— Nye 4 Davis. 

Harvey, P., gen. agent — Brown Amuse. Co. 

Hat sua. barrel Juggler- -Van Amburg. 

Hall, Harvey, car 1 — Wallace. 

Herbst, A. R. car 1 — Wallace 

Hall, AL, car 1— Wallace. 

Harrison, F., rar 1 — Wallace. 

Howard. H., car 1 — Wallace. 

Hoxle. H., car 1— Wallace. 

Het'kmao, L. H., manager car 1— Hublnsoa. 

nuber, Harry, car 1 — Robinson. 

Hayes, C, car 1 — Robinson. 

Hibbard, HI— Seeoun's. 

Herbert. Mons. — Forepaugh-Sells. 

Hill, Mamie — Forepaugh-Sells. 

Harris. Master — Forepaugh-Sells. 

Harddlg. BUI. Juggler— Forepuugh-Selll. 

Harrison, Col. Hugh, side «bow— 

Forepaugh-Sells. 

Hlnkley, Claude D. roule^ — Foreuaugb-Sells. 

Harper, John, car A— Forepaugh-Sells. 

Hubbard, E. Buckley, chge Uthos— 

Barnum A Bailey. 

Herrlty. Jos. — Rarnum & Bailey. 

Huher, H., bill posler — John Rublnsun. 

Hedgea, Geo., till poster — Barnum A Bailey. 

Humphries, W., chrf — Barnum A Bailey. 

Hlldera, Chas., aerlallst— A. F. Tutllp. 

Harner, Dick, clown— Barnum & Bailey. 

Hayes, Joe, clown — Baroum A Bailey. 

Harners, The — Barnum A Bailey, 

Hyotaki — Barnum k Bailey. 

Huetterman and Von Htutterbelm— 

Baroum A Bailey. 

Harner. Ada, Jockey — Baroum A Railey. 

Hall, Prof. Frank, trained aoininln — 

Geo. W. Hail. 

Hopper, Chas., clown — 

Stsrrelt's Society Circus. 

Hornberger, Henry, atacfc wlre^ — 

Great Chapman. 

Hazard, Prof, balloonist — Pflbcnm. 

Hutchinson, Fred »., asso. director — 

Barnum A Bailey, 

Hutchinson, Cbas. B., dir. and gen. trees. — 
Bnruuro A Bailey. 

Harvey, R. M., chief, contr. agt. — 

Barnum A Bailey. 

Hayes, Cbas., special rep. — Barnum A Bailey. 

Hystt, Frank, supt. — Barnum A Bailey. 

Henry, Cbas., supt refresh — 

Barnum A" Bailey. 

Haya, J. W.— New Orleans Uardl Gras. 



Hope, Wilfred, bill poster— RIngllng. 
Haves. Everett tee ns — Yaukee Robinson. 
Inman, Cecil, bill poster — RIngllng. 
1 ogled, Wm., boss canvas — Cole Bros. 
Irme, contortionist — Norrls A Howe. 
Imperial Jan Troupe — Wallace. 
lwnlnger, Keller, gen. agt— K. U. Smith's, 
lshekawo, E., equilibrist — RIngllng. 
Irwin's dogs and monkeys — Morrow's. 
Imler, David E. uit uouiel — Coroua, X. M. 
Innocentl, Pnrresto. clown — Bui num A Bailey. 
Irwlu, Jns,, swinging trapeze — 

Hitruiiu] A Bailey. 
Imperial VIen<?SRe Troupe. aerlalistH — 

Itnruuui A Halley. 
Ivers. It \V\. pliyslcinn — Itnruuui A Bailey. 
Israel, W. T., annex — CuW Bros. 
Inman, Mile., unucx — Cole Urns. 
Judge A I.n Saxe, cum. ucru. — ('lark's. 
Judge A Reese, mule hurdle — 1,'lark's. 
Jenkins. Hus. bill poster, car 3— Rliigllug. 
Johnson, I*., bill |sister. car 3— Cuutuilus . 
Joneii, I'rank, bill poster, cur .'( — Cumiulus". 
Jackson, Wui., bill poster, cur 3— 

llale'si Fire Fighters. 
Johnson, J. — Finn A C». 
Johnson. Clius.. tHiiiudlng rope— Sun Bros. 
Junes, E. C. bund lender-Gentry Bros. 
Jackson, W. S., bill poster — Sells Flutu. 
Jamlsitn, Ed., basx of i"ook bouse — 

Gulliuar Bros. 
Jordan, C. It, bill poster — Norrls A Rowe. 
Johnson, Cbas., bill poster — Norrls A Bowe. 
Jessica— nuSalo BUI. 
Johusou, It G., supt baggage stock — 

Campbell Bros. 
Jones, C. I' — Campbell Bros. 



Kitting, I'orier— Campbell Banal 
Klines, The — Campbell Bros. 
Klrkpa trick, K.— Campbell Broa. 
Keefe, D. F,, bill poattr— Hagenbeck. 
King. Phil, clowa — Wallace. 
Kennedy, Jas., arena supt— 

Kennedy a Wild West. 
Kennedv, Bessie, rider— Kennedy's Wild West 
Kt Kl, side show— Buffalo Bill. 
Kino Japs — Younger Bros. 
Krueger, Kiltie, rider— Sells-Floto. 
Krause. Oscnr J., uisusger — Puwnee Bill. 
Kerr, Mr. and Mrs.— lamuat Bros. 
Keller Zouuve Girls— Pawnee Bill. 
Kelly. I li. :»dvsnct? — Manahnn's Pavilloa 
Kan'fmau, ilenrv, band— E. G. Smlth'B 
KsletB. AL— Finn * Pn, 
Klemaos, Robt., odvanre— 

Wiedemann's Wild West 
Kluk, IVler, prlvllegen- Sells-Floto. 
Kesbler, Fivd. spei-lsl agt— SellH-Floto. 
Keuoebel. Francois, clown — Sells-Floto, 
Kcalcy.iGeo.. elephants— RIngllng. 
Klelu. Slnmli'. win* ncl-~Forep»ugh-S*!!s. 
Kershuer, G!en. bund— American 1'avlllon. 
Kolght, Geo. C, usst ugt — 

American PavlMou 
Kaiser, Jesse, t-ook— Swift Bros., No. 1. 
Krause, Caasi — Forepaugii Sells. 
Kelsr, Claude — Pllt>eaui Co. 
Kimball. Dnisy— Vjn Aiuburg. 
Ivlnibnll, Josh' ami Clark— Yuu Amburg. 
Kellogg, L., rlugM — Yuu Aiuburg. 
Kugler, (fen., car I — ltiugllng. 
KnvnnaiiBli, J. L-, >»r 1— RIngllng. 
Koch. Ira, car I — Rlngllug. 
Klndlej*. I-klw.. car 1— Robinson. 
Klttleson, Fred, *-ar 1— Gollmar. : 

Kent Clyde, cur I— Cole llros. » 

Krsuse. F. J., cur 1 — Cule Brus. i 

Krlue. Karl— Fnri'oau|;li-Sclls. 
Kobe ft Stobc — Fo'rcpaugh-Si'lli 
Kelson, II.— Bsruuui k Bailey, 
Kandy Hri>s. — HiigeuU'ck. 
Keuunrd, CIi-ih., clown — Bnrnuui k Bailey. 

Keuuenl, Ed., clowu — Burunm A Halley. 

Kennedy, Harry, gloW Oil — 

• Barnum A Bailey, 

Kerns, W. K.. pconiulor — Pllbcum. 

Koenlu. K. F. — Plllueaiu. 

Kennedv, Ed., adv. ugt — 

New Orleana Mardl Gras. 

King. J- T.— New Orlean.1 Mardl Gras. 

Kuechi, Frank, bo«* bill m*(er— Hargreaves. 

Keyes, Harney, rider— Cole Bros. 

Kennedv, John, Imjh* canvas — RIngllng. 

Klein, Jack, treat.— Frank Ashton. 

Kulght Harry — Suu Uros. 

Kecnc, Mi.ii'. side show — Suu Bros. 

Kosler, llitrrv, aerlullst- RoWjIdh. 

Klnzo. Jnn Juggler— 1 1 rent Mundy. 

Kelly, P. It, 4-lowii — Creut Muuiiy. 

Klst. Joe. car 'J — ltlugllug. 

Konf, R. K., cur 2— Pawnee Bill. 

Kellv, Jas., bill poster, car It — 

Harnum k Ballsy. 

Kcliiunii. t'hns., unutl— Ilnrmiui k Halley. 

Kesler. I.uiber, bnud -Uitnuiio a lUTley. 

KIuiihv. P. A., cowboy — Pnwuee Hill. 

Kulpei'tilrk, UertltB — Pawtieei mi' 

KrmiHe. F. J.. Hlesard. cur 1 — Cole. 

Keiituier. Frauk. build lenili-r -Flelter Bros. 

KlllK.-'loiu —I lilies Fire Flgulem. 

Kesley. IKm*. -Hlugllng. 

KliM, *••■*>. k Pauline -Forepnugh Sells. 

Kay, l'*red l\— lltirk's. 

Kutin, Jroe— lliirk's. 

Kendall, llertterl. bund — Hnruuui A Bailey. 

Klrby A Suiltlt, cluwus- -Swlely Circus. 

King. Wm.. ri luiii'ii i< -WawaMf, 

Kuox, C'liui* , bill poster, cur .'I— ltlugllug. 

Kelly, Jos., rar :i — lluruuui k Halley. 

Kl Ko, Zulu chief, Hide mIiow — JoUrs. 

Kldd, Geo. A Pauline- --Furepaiigli-Sells. 

1. vml, W. J., k Co., coMik buitNe — Pawnee Hill. 

Lllllr. Miiy-CnwueellllL 

l.linl-t lulu, Geo., btutil-- Itaruuui A lln|ley. 

Luuo, wife, and Muxle l.utio-- Ureal Wallace. 

Lnuiberlo, Urent. wire act— Hun Krus. 

141 Noire, Chas., uiiiHlcal uct-Kuii Hros. 

LowiiurJi*. tiMcur. rider -Ft»repHunh Sells. 

I^wls, II. Htntiley, adverllslng— 

l.'uiumTnH- Wild West 

Lnthrup, Ilnrry, liuini ■■Itirn un A Hulley. 



Jakes, David — Cump1>ell Bros. 

Jones, It. supt. menagerie— Cook A Barrett. Ln Tliouia. general ugt. Golden Gule Hhuws. 

Jennler, ««i.. eques, dir.— Cook A Barrett. LafayHte. Pima., eluwo -~r rank Adams. 

Li* ClHlr, AlulioiiHe, loiiul - Mnrtiuui A Halley. 
Lafnydte, Mm. Chas., rings ami trapeze— 

Frutik Adams. 
Lloyd. Wm., front door — Vanken Itibluxuu. 
Llsfiel. Joe. rider - Wallace. 
ten-lie*, Til**, Bllloiuulilli- i-«lllo|ie— 

Andrew Mackey. 
La Ilelle. Kdwln. clown— Frank A. Itobbltla. 
Lucler, Hen, acrobul — Nurris A Hoire. 
La Ruys. The — Msckoy's Kuropeau. 
Leslie's DugH— Mackuy's Kiirupeuu. 
U-onurd, Jas., supt rat seenery— Itlugllui*. 
Li'ituurd. Hurry, jirogruiuiueH — UutT-jln Mill. 
Ln Muut, Hurry, ndvauce — i, < Mont Bros. 
liailKliliu. llHiur, ndvauce -tu Mont Bros. 
La flout diss. It, gen. mgr. — Lu Muut Bros. 
Uiiuou, I'nif.. and wt$* — Flelhtr Bros. 
Li-n:iii Kims, acroljsts -Fleller Bros. 
l.i-iii.i- 1 Trio, barn— Flelter Bros. 
Lucie r — Norrls & Rowe. 
Lykeim, Wlilley, bosH liosller — Koblnsou. 
LufllLliil. l»--, •!'< i- Hol-liln". 
Louuhde. Mr. A Mrs. A. U. --Ilublilus. 
Lloyds, Aerial— Bobbin*. 
l ,■..!!. lilrard — Bobbins. 
Lurrelln, Millie, side, show— Kobblus. 
Ijirrlson. \V. L.— Campbell Bros. 



JarviH. Florence, rider — Will la 
Jarvls, Art, clown— Wallace. 
Jeuks Fred, clown — Wallace. 
Jordan Family — Hngpubeck. 
Jones, Wm., bsnd — Wallace. 
Juyce, Jack, cowboy — Younger Bros. 
Judge, Cbas., animal trainer — Hugenbeck. 
Jewell, Fred., calliope player — HcIIh-PIoIo. 
Jacobs, W. it., bill poster— Baroum k Bailey. 
Jackson, K. V. — Wfedeinauu's Wild West 
Jack. Lone Slor — Wiedemann's Wild West 
Jones, Richard, advance — 

Wledeiuunii's Wild West. 
Johnson, If.. lithographer — Sells Flutu. 
Judge, J., bill poster — Sells-Floto. 
Jones. L , porter — Sells-Floto. 
Johnson, It, steward — Sells-Floto. 
Jnreckl, Geo., secretary— Sellc-Pluto. 
-lohnrcon, Jus., elephants — Mingling. 
Johnsons, The, bicyclist* — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Jackson, A., rook— Gentry Bros. 
Johnson. K. M. — Cosmopolitan. 
Jones, ft. enr 1 — RIngllng. 
Jllson, John, car 1 — -RIngllng. 
Jenoro, Jolly, clown — HI Ivers'. 
Jones, M. K., car 1 — Cule Brus. 
Jacobs, Thos. — Forepn ugh-Sells. 
Jennet Is. The — Forepangh-ScllK. 
Jacobs, W. It— llamiim A Halley. 
Jacobs, K. t waiter — Barnum A Bailey. 
Jackson, Mr., trapeze A res. seats — 

Canada Praok'*J. 
Jackson, Mrs., concert — Canada Frank's. 
Johnson, Spader, clown — Mnruiim k Bailey. 
Jerome, Pepe, clown— Hnruum k Bailey. 
Julian A Ledgett — Barnum k Bailey. 
Johnson, Minnie, and trained horse — 

Barnum A Halley. 
Jeal, Linda, euues.— Cole Bros. 
Johnson, A. It, bill poster — Sells Clot... 
JohUHun, Herbert ec-ues. dir — Frank Athlon, 
James, Irene, wire und trapeze— llong. 
Johnson, i Mi. i- , iKamdlug rope— Hung. 
Johnson, Howard, bill poster — 

Kin i. nui A Bailey. 
Jackspn, Geo., hill poster — Baruum A Bailey. 
Johnson, Kdwurd, awaf — Harnum k Uulley. 
Jenkins, (ius, bill poster — RIngllng. 
Judge, Julin — Rlngllug. 
Jennet Ih, The — L'oreiuiugh-Hells, 
Jardot, John, rider — Oofltuar. 
Jones, Ceo., conlor — Rice Bros. 
Johnson, Frauk, band — Rlci* Bros. 
Jackson. C, banners — Hole's Fire Flahters, 
Jones, K. G-, bill poster — Hole's Fire Fighters. 
Jackson, (leu., Jr., bill punter, car .'( — - 

Barnum A Bailey. 
Johnson, Kd., bill poster, chrf, car 3 — 

Rarnum A Bailey. 
Jenkins, Homer — Burk's. 
Jackhou, C. L. — Burk's. 
Johnson, A. K. — Burk's. 
Jondreau, Arthur — Burk's. 
Joles, Geo. W. — Bonlieur. 
Johnsuu, Harvey, bill poster — HoMdns. 
Jefferson, Clifford, baud— Society Clh-ns. 
Johnsuu. IM . hill poster, car '2— Cummins'. 
Kin Kold, Hill/, clown— Baruum k Uiilley. 
Kemp, ft C, general agent — Pswuee Hill. 
Kntgnt, Hnrry, baud — Hun Bros. 
KlngHlond. Fd., IroUib^me— Suu Bros. 
Kellv. K. J.— Sun Bros. 
Rosier, Kid, bill poster— Harnum A Halley, 
Koster, Cbas, A., special agt — 

Porepaugh'Helln. 
King, Elsie— Great Cols Bros. 
Kuupp, Kd. ('.. gen. agenl — Great Cole Bros. 
Kelleys (ill— Wallace. 

Kail, 'leu. — Mackay's European. ' 

Kidder, Walter, lllhugrapber— Hngenl>e<k. 
Keener, Jos. 11.. bill poster — Norrls A Rowe. 
Klchl Snrliro— Buffalo Bill. 
Kluytiiian, John, cinematograph — 

Buffalo Bill 
Klnrolde, Jas., supt. wardrobe — 

Furepaugh-SellD. 
Kerr, Mr. and Mrs — Ln Mont Bros. 
Kelly, H. L„ steward— t.'ampbell Bros. 
King, Austla, rider — Norrls A Howe. 
Koster, C. A., special agt. — Cule Bros. 
Ikosters, The— Robblns. 
Koplln, Albert— Campbell Bros. . , 



Leim Family — (.'nnuiU'll Hros. 

l.ownude, Cecil, uuii wife- - ('uuplx-ll Bros. 

I.'i.. ]■:!., Iilll pusler - llngeulierk, 

I. vi n- Jns. A., bill posler -HuKenbeck. 

l^-fevre, Dick, bill posti-r- -llagi-nbeek. 

Luvetisnller. <ie»., bill piiHler HagcubeL-k. 

Lloyil, nrilkes, rider -\vnlliice. 

I.llili'll, Joe, rider — Will luce. 

Le Nulr, Geo. k 1.0 urn — Norrls ft Rowe. 

Lymnu, Hurry T., bicycle leap— Cule Brua. 

Luwaou, F,d„ advance — (lew. W. Mall. 

I .out*. C. H., nilliuul dept. - ItlliglliiK 

Lewis, llirrf, iiksi. ulcnl eoiitr. 

CuiiiiiiliiM' Wild West, 
..'■■iiiu. li. J., mgr. ■dnrarv - 

cunniilus* Wllit IV «st 
l.nndK L.iille, burk diim-er -l.iuky Bill. 
Luuu, I>- It. Hckel Heller -Walliice. 
Luuo, Mule, mid dott* - Wullaee. 
L'i ■■>■** Wallaee. 

Leslie. Ileal Hi*". Turklili tlieul re— Wallace. 
UsWtry, I". G., baud leader -Wullaee. 
Lb*. Hslly. inllLitrel show - Wallace. 
Luwls, K-. uiliiitrel show- Wullaci'. 
Lntnu, W. K., buck lug lironehus ■ 

Vuiinger Bros. 
Llnvllle. ('. It, hill nosier— Hun Hr»s. 
Lmils, Richard, prtvllegeN-- 

Miickay'H Kurupean. 
La Vans, Flying- -FiirepMiigh Sells. 
La Blanche, Flossie -Seils-FIotu. 
La Roys, The- Mackay's t-'umpeau. 
I^slle'ti Poodles— Mio'kay's Kuropean. 
I^owry, Curl, urcheslro— American Pavilion. 
I.ee, fluxli J., agenl— l-ee Hbuw. 
Lynrh, Mickey, boss wiurns— Lee. 
I.uyJer, Mr. and Mrs.— La Mont's. 
Laiigldlii, Join, advance— Lu Mont's. 
I/t Moiil. ('bus. R-. gen. mgr. — Lu Mont's. 
Ij Rue, Win.- -Foieiiliilgli -H»*lls. 
Ijing. lid. clown- Miiuslleld's Great Easlern. 
I*m -tier «. 'Ihe-HiriMiiu & Halley. 
I^Hlle, prwl— Fimrl. 
l.lud k Smith's Jtngs— II. (J. Siallli's. 
Ijjuklnglilll, Wui., build- K. II. Suillh'S. 
I#wIm, Not, wire ocl — Finn A Co. 
I. Hue. Miss, sword net — Finn ft <'o. 
Lyons, J. J., bill |Jos1»r— Barnum A Halley. 
Llttlftlelil. II. C, Mllpuster— Forcpaiigh Hells. 
[..■v. i i.'l- Ch'is. — ilarniiin (. Kallev. 
Iji Honle, It., mall clerk— SHIs-Kluto. 
Ijirklns, W'hl tie— John Rublusoii. 
I^iwluuders I7l. eques. — Forepaugh-Sells. 
la Vaoa 141— F'irepailgli- Sells. 
Fji Menxu, Rouitui column— Forepsugh-Si'Ill, 
\a Flenr. -Joe. high diver — Forepsugb-yells. 
Lindner, II. K., Beting mgr.— 

Auierlraa Pavilion, 
lowery, John— American Puvillou. 
Ijwreinc. Wui. — American Pavilion. 
Lowri. CbL h:* rat! — Amerlcnn Pavilion. 
TJuduer, Chas. P., advouii — 

American Pav!llon« 
LB Place, Mons., bus. mgr— James Bros. 
Lt Man, Ed., amuse, dir. — Jtmea Bros, .j 



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JtfLY 7. 



I^rr-v * Haze] ton — nice k Davis. 
Lunjiendorfer. F. J., treas. — Rice k Davia. 
Loota, linn net— RIjb'h Wild West- 
La Rue, Jas.. auditor— Hqgenbeck's. 
Lnchroun. Dave— Will S. fleck. 
Lucas, Geo. J., h'.Sg show bund — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Luonzo. Prof., bawl — Nye ft. Davis. 
Leopold. Frank— Gray hi 11 & Knshmer Co. 
I-poiih, rhe. trapeae — Van Autburg. 
Lark k Adams — Van Amhurg. 
Lewis, GerMc, jtcn-h — Van Aroburg. 
Lyons, J. K., nt 1 steward— Rlngllng. 
Lano, W. U, .nr 1— Walbuo. 
Lake, K. II . cur 1 — Robinson. 
Lemkp, Wm.. cur 1— « Joltmnr. 
Lonanecker. G.. eat 1 — GnMmar. 
Iji Marr. CHIT, side show— W. S. Hecka. 
Lalle, Irene, side show— W. K. Heck's. 
Lulu. Princess, midget — W. K. Hcek'K. 
Lowandc, Oscar, ciptestrlnrj — ForepHUgb-Rells. 
Lsmkln, Harry, eipicstrlan— Korcpsngb-SellB. 
La, Van Bnk — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Lancaster, Madame, equestrienne — 

r Forepsiigb-Sells. 

lOn Flour, Joseph — Forepougn-SellK. 
Loverldge, B. T„ agent— Ko reps ugh -Sella. 
JJster. E. .).— Bnrnum * Bulley. 
1-a Zelle, Kd.— Will M. Heck. 
Lear, Capt. Jack— Pawnee Bill. 
Livingston, Jack, boss 1)111 poster— ■ • 

B ' Washburn* D'Alma's. 

Lvonn. Jaw. — Bnrnum k Bulley. 
Leary. M.. hoBH bill poster— ItHrgreaves. 
Lucifer. Wm., down— Barnum & Bulley. 
Lnndon, l^red. clown — Bnrnuni k Bnllev. 
Daudon, Hnrrv, clown — Barnum k Bailey. 
Lester, .Toe. down — Bnrnum k Bailey. 
Lucifer, Mile., contortionist — 

Barnum A; Bulley. 
I,ordy, Mile., nnd dogs— Barnum & Bailey. 
Lapao. Ernest, Jockey— Uainutn k Bailey. 
Lift. Geo. (>., gen. rontr. agt. — FcraTl. 
I,«w1s, Fred, gen. supt.— Fnrarl. 
l,evy, S. S., privileges— Fllhearo. 
Lyncb, Tom, boss hostler— Barnum & Ral ey. 
Lester. Oliver, mgr. cur 3— Bnrnum k Bailey. 
Lis*. Sun— New Orleans M«rdl Gras. 
Long, Chan.. Sfl gen, agt.— Monarch Carnival. 
Llninger Trio— General Amusement. 
T^iiMiT. Capt. David— Nye k Davis Carn tyal. 
Luvek'k. Smiley, banners— Barnum A Bailey. 
I/ow»mde, Alec. — Wallace, 
La Plata, equfls.— Cole 'Bros. 
Lavell, Fran*, clown— Cole Bros. 
Linger. Kv., down — Cow Bros. 
Lnorter, bounding rope— Coin BroH. 
Llebnn, Paul, bimd— Society Circus. 
Leon 1 *, aerial — Clark's. , , 

La Sage. Harry. hounding rope— Clark i. 
Le Belle Brow.— Iluynr. , ^ . 
Lnii'v, Win., clown- Rico « nnvia. 
Llzetle. MrtHke charmer— Jonea 
Llllpiitlan Tito, wide Bhow— Baintini k Bailey. 
La VloOK, Klylng— Cole Brua. 
Laffel Trio, iierlal— Cole Una 
Lane/W. ('.. mgr. uiuiex — lexii« BUI. 
Iipvnwseur, Geo.. iiereiilCK — IGtigllnp. 
Lewis. W. B.. hill powier— aellH-i'TotO- f 
LoitHch. H.. hill noali'i— Cummlna Wild West. 
LwniKti— Bert Silver'^. 
Ln Rorqw. Ktaafft— Bart silvers. 
1/ivenr.en. W. P., Sun Bros. 
Ignore. Frank— Sun Brow. 
Lowandii, Cdnle, rolling Rloba— ItubWna. 
Lehman, lOrnwl, bill poster — Cook & Barrett. 
Upson. W., gen. aniicr.— Great Mundy. 
La Mount, I'aul — Barnum k Bulley. 
Le Varda, Tho— CmitmlnH* Wild Wflft 
LyonH, Mike. 1>okh bill pouter, car I — ningltng. 
Look. Chnrley, rerreafi. atamlK— Haag. 
Letter, Oliver, mgr. car 3— BurnuniA Bailey. 
Luca's Comnek Cavniry— PawneeJIllh 
Lamnr. Kdllli, concert— riiw wee Bill. 
Lnrke k Adsms — , ., .. ,„ _ 

Talbot's Klghtlng the Flames. 
Ln Deal, ncrlnllst — Freed k Perrlne. 
Ln Comii Bros. t:i). acrobnta— Fie Iter Bros. 
La Vf»nna Sisters, rings— l-'le Iter BroB. 
Lyncb. D. -L, inntr. net— Wallace. 
Lnni-unter k Hay war u—ForeiHiugli- Sells. 
La Centra, J. A., mnnuger— 

Happy Dick Turner. 
La Centra k La Rue, miwtcaJ— 

Happv Dick Turner. 
Londown Troupe, statuary— Gollmar. 
I^arrtoN. The, in-robatB— (Jollioar. 
L«lond. AUlmr. Clown— UalUHir, 
Lewis. Porry. Iiand— Guy's. 
Lnnwnd — llnrk's. 
Loe. W. M.— Burk's. 
Lb Mar, A. L. — Bulk's. 
I*a Norn. Mrne., lire ipieen — Wheelers. 
Layden. B. .),. mgr. cur '_'— CnmnjInB . 
Lnrklna. Urnexf— Grout Mclburn. 
Lni'e, Willie— Great Mclburn. 
Mll)pi-, llavmond. hiind— Barnum & Bailey. 
Mathewti. Skip, rltargi 1 cook house — Finn & Co. 
Mason, II. M.. 1»«k hill poster— Sells-Kioto. 
McLaughlin, boss of ratlruiid men — 

Barnum & Bailey. 
McLean, CIihs., bosa canvas — 

Barnum & Bailey. 
Miuptiv, R. P., boss trtilnnmu — Buffalo Bill. 
Morris! Frank, side ahiiw ingr.— Cutnmlna*. 
Mnnrop, Murk, boss uitlimil man— Cunnnlns . 
Moore, Bert, lioss bill jmster— Sun Bros. 
Miller. John. cuntorHoiilst— Sun Bros. 
Marlon. Wilbur, nitlllarbtt— Sun Bros. 
Miller, Will .1., auoex ingr.— Al. V. Wheeler. 
jniler. Mrs. W. T., tlliislous-- Al. R Wheeler. 
McKinney. Anioa W., boss bill poster— 

M. L. Clarka. 
McCloskry, "Sunbeam," bill posicr — 

M. U Clitrks 
McPhall, Atlen Murray, railroad conlr.— 

Hagi'nlwck. 
Mnugvlllp, W. ■!., mill, of canvas — 

Pawnee Bill. 
McLaughlin. Albert— Rlngllng Rros. 
Mueth. H.. bill poster -ScIIkFIoUi, 
McAvov, 'rhosj siipt. of canvas — Hngeubeck. 
Milton. Geuo R.— Bai-mira & Bailey. 
Muck. W. O.— Sim Bros. 
Mnraita. Roae, Hdn« & Irene— Norrie & Rowe. 
Morris. Win., hill posler-— John Hoblnnon. 
McCuhe. Kranli, prw* ageiH—Cnle & Rogers. 
Muvnurd. Frunk. clown — SellK-Floto. 
MnvvnllPH U)— -Sells I'loto. 
Marks, Wm. B.-Srlls-Floio. 
Murtell Family CI— Sells l-'loto. 
MtmKo. Prince— S»lls -l-'Iob». 
Millers, The— Nun-Is «; Rowe. 
Mien, Mile., snake iburiiicr— Goltmar Broa. 
Mctniiwli, W. G., privileges -Perrlne. 
Mnrtlnos, The — MncUav's lCunitiean. 
Morrlwm. Cbas. U.—Yiin Amhurg 
Meek. Itoht., sopl. of ring slock— Hlngllng. 
Miller, Cliiis. t\, siipi. props — Hlngllng. 
Moore. Tom, advance— Norris *: Howe. 
MtCaw. .las., route rider— Norris & Howe. 
Marunds. The- Buffalo (1111. 
Mlaco, sieve k Adeline — Barnum & Bailey, 
Miller, .lop, taw properties — Foropniigh-Sclls. 
McCormlck, Frunk, boss riir|H>uler — 

Forrpmigh-SeliB. 
McMabons. The— La Mont Bros. 
HcLata. Mr. ami Mrs.— Ln Mont Bma. 
McCombs. Clarence— I.u Mont, Itroa 
Monretiatise, Cliiude, boss props — 

Idi Mont Bros. 
M'-Ctte Sinters, contort ktolota — Fletter Bros. 
Morris. Clint)., ndvnuci'— Sells-Kioto. 
Mnretlu. Fdiui. rider— Norris ft Rowe. 
Mil', r, Frank and Pnllle, UMera— 

Norris k Rowe. 
Morion, Grace, riiler — NorriH & Howe. 
Maietin. Hoar a ml Irene- ■Xurris & Howe. 

nartfn * t*mwh— NnrrUi ft Howe. 
Malcoms. The— Norris k Howe. 
Myerx, Tom. press agl.— Norris & Howe. 
Momit, Toin, '_''l-bour mnn— Nnrris & Howe. 
Mudlgaii, .Ioh.. aupl. wardrobe — 

Norris A; Rowe. 
Mnrphv, Walter T., contr. agl.— Dnl* Bios. 
Mnrtla. Chnti. A-. advertising— Cole Bros. 
Mnthews. Itobl.. i-luuge of pnpev-- Cole Bros. 
Mover, G. C, specUil ugl. — Colo Bros. 
Mailiv. Kd„ ticket seller -Cole Bros. 
Mnrrnn:'.tnt. (!., bnint leader- tlotddus. 
Marty, Mr. Una Mr?*. Jus.— Robblna 
MdtiHon, Hurry, hide show — KohUM, 
Miunauii. l-'witk k Moiiltilut— "Itobltlus, 
Mlln, Horry, slile sliow -Bobbins. 
' Mni>h, J. <v, it stit lion: tlooc — CHtupltell Bros. 
Murk. Joint, Ihikh i a nvH * — Campbell Bros. 
iMIzuro Jap Ttoune— Campbell Bros, * 



Mayo, William, aupt. ring stock — 

Campbell Br on, 

Minor. Harry, Hiipt. wardrobe— 

Cjimpbell Bros. 

Mnnon, Olare.Dcc — I'nmpb.'li Bros. 

Maddy, Herbert S., jiress contractor— 

HHReDbcck. 

Miller, I. V., hill pouter — Hagenbeck. 

McCreery. T. .!., bill postcr — llaicenbeck. 

McNatnara. J. .?.. bill poster — Hajtenbcck. 

MarBbnll, L. K., bill poster — Hsficnbcck. 

Merrier, Henry, bill poster — Hagenbeck. 

Malloy, !■:. P., bill poster — llageobeck. 

McClure, II.. bill poster — llagenlieck, 

Merrick. W. N„ mmlcs! director — Wallace. 

Moore. Lon. clown— Wallace. 

McFsII'k Canine Wooden — Geo, W. Iteotz. 

Moselj, A. li., railroad a nt ' ■ " ■ 

Cummins' Wild Went 

Mass. S. G., mgr. advance — 

Cummlna' Wltd West. 

McFurland. W. H., mgr. side show— -WrIIbcc. 

Mark. Cans., ticket si'ller — Wallace. 

Mulihiin, Geo., tattooed man — Wallace. 

McNiiIly, Jus. .1., I'uucb — Wallace. 

May. Tlios., hnnd — Wallace. 

May. Wm., hand — Wallace. 

Mnrjdiy, J. C, gen. announcer — 

l'nunger Rroi. 

Mtinson, II. M-, bill poster — Hun RroK. 

Maxton, Wm.. bill poster — Sun Bros. 

M< lun ri'. C. !>.. agent — Forepaugh-Sells. 

MactlnoH, The— Mackay's European. 

McDonald, F. Bert., ilckct seller— 

American Pavilion. 

Alnrxhall, L., supt. chandelier men — 

Hagenbeck. 

Marali. Wm,, advance — Uoblnson. 

Mansfield Broa., proprletow — 

Manalleld'a Great Eastern. 

Mansh"M. W. J., MauHtleld'a Great Eastern. 

Michael, Soil. A., reserved seals — 

American Pavilion. 

Monntiiin, W. H . mgr. — Monatiiin'a I'avlllon. 

Mllliken. Wm.. clown — K. G. Smith's. 

McLaughlin, McFarland, bill pouter — 

Hagenbeck. 

Mack, Joseph, concert — 

Wa»hbtirn k D'Alma's. 

McFurland, K. J., bill potiter — Ilagcnbeek, 

McClure. ht$— Wledemann'd Wild West. 

Mohi. Kid. irbargo uf banners — Sella-Floto. 

Morton. J., bill poster-^-Sells-Kloto. 

Mm-, .1., bill potitei- — SellK-Kloto. 

Magulre, J., bill pnator — Sella-Floto. 

Mclntyre, .las., outside prlv. — SelU-Floto. 

MuRgat, W. R.. gen. asl.— Sells-Floto. 

McMnnn, F. IV. mgx car No. :i— Sells- Floto. 

Monnutimon SlKteni — Sella-Floto. 

Marka. Fat. clown — Sella-Floto. 

Mclntyre, 'Pom. clown — Solla-Floto. 

Miller, John, contortion — Rlngllng. 

Marguerite vtnd Hanlcy — ItioRllng. 

Mnwalb*. Juggling — Itlogllng. 

Mori'land, A. l\, privileges — 

Cummins' Wild West. 

Morris, Frank, mgr, side sbow — 

Cummins* Wild West. 

Mezettl Troupe, high wire — ForepHUgh-Sells. 

Melville, Wm, ft., band — American I'avlllon. 

Markell, l>. G., rlnftmaster — 

Waabhurn k D'Alma'a. 

Martin, H. M., clwndellara — 

Washburn & D'AlmaV. 

Melvln, Harry, privileges— Swift Bros., No. 2. 

Moore, Ix)ills, cook: — Swift Brou,, No. 1. 

Malloy, Jobu J., gen. mgr. — 

Gllmore & La Tour. 

Millar, Art — Giltnore k La Tour. 

McAllcster, II. A., «mt. agent — HIcp k Davis. 

Mason, 11. M . ho*K bill poster — Sella-Floto. 

Mamn. Fred iltilici. clown — Gentry Broa. 

Mtlllgan, Martin S., ragr. car '2 — 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 

Mcllcnry, Basil, -4 hour man — Rlngllng. 

Mctilnnls. W. II., No. \i car— Campbell Bros. 

MursbiiJl. \ t . W.. tuipt. Ilgnta — Ilngenbeck. 

Mueller, Ij>iiIm, stenographer — Hagenbeck. 

Mvers, F. M., inanagcr — t'aoadu Frank. 

Myers St Jacksou, doulile trapeze — 

Canndn Frank. 

Mvcrs, Maude & Myrtle — Canada Frank. 

Myers, Pottle— Canada Frank. 

Msloney, Jack, clown— Canada Frank. 

Malvern*. The — Morrow's. 

Mnyhood, Keka, bill poster — 

1 Hale Fire Fighters. 

Martin. Hurry— lUugliug. 

Mitchell. Billy, cqiics. dir.— Kemp. 

Mil, a, dlvrr — Brown Arouse. Co. 

Moki>, Frank, promoter — Brown Amuse. Co. 

Mllietis, The— nil Amburg. 

Uff, Pop. car 1 — Rlngllng. 

Muloue, Ban, car 1 — Wallace. 

Mosler, IL, cur 1 — Wallace. 

Mercer, R. J., ageirt— Cook & Barrett. 

Miller, B. K, car 1 — Robinson. 

Mann, Robert, car 1 — Roblnnon. 

M««Honne, Geo., cur 1 — Uolilnson. 

Maiden, % L., cat 1— Ciolluiar. 

Morton. 11. W., car t — Gollmar. 

Mnrphv, W. TV, manager car I — Col* Bros. 
Murrlce, B. C. car 1— Cole im 

Martin. Chaa. 13., i-ar 1— Cole Bros. 
May, ArnailniH—CHmpbell Bros. 
Mitchell. Topsy k Floru— SeHa-Flnto. 
Miller, Jiih.. musician— W. S. Heck's. 

Mortal. Cliabncey— W. 8. Heck's. 
Mitchell, Km, It., glans Mower*— 

W. S. Heck's. 
Moore. Rnxlc- -Patterson Bratncrd. 
M urn ii telle. Mine. — Forrpatigh'Sella. 
MatRiima Japs— Korepuuph Sells. 
MaylnymcQ, L-. giant — l-ovepaugh-Sells. 
Mlnnebftlia— ForeiHHigbSi'lls. 
Mnr bell, hiii kesT— I'orepangh- Sells. 
Mnstltf, Al„ it'itiirer— Koi-epaugh Sells. 
iMorgan, Krcd A., contr. agent — 

Forepaugh-Sells. 
Mclntyre, C II., coulr. nguut — 

Forepaugb-Sells. 
Mller, Joe. props — Forepaugh-Sells. 
vicCormark, F. J- bend porter — 

Forepaugh-Sella. 
Murphy, Tbos., bill poster — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Mavne, V., bill poster — Barnum k Bailey. 
Manor, F. — Be. mini & Bailey. 
MlUer. B. V., bdl poater — John Robinson. 
MaKs:oine, l!co., bill puttier— John Bobluhon, 
Mitchell, John, llthos— Wuahbuin k D'Alma's 
Mnrruv, Lester WV, mgr., car 1 — 

Runium k Bailey. 
Manes. Frank- Barnum & Ralley. 
Mvei-. II Allels, bund — Americiin Pavilion. 
Miirvi'lle, Han, clown — Barnum k Bulley. 
Miirrnv. TluiK.. clown — liarnuiu k Bailey. 
M-tupi'V s Klepliiiiils— Bar tn mi k Bailey. 
Moonev, Unrry J., trained unlinali> — 

Barnum k Bailey, 
M't: (> siaters— Barnum & Italley. 
MiirvelleLadon Trio — Barnum k Bailey. 
Mtllette Troupe, ticrlnllstM — Barnum ft Bulley. 
Miller. Ww.. rider— Barnum ft Bailey. 
Markle, l>ave. charge of nulmals — 

Washburn k D'Alma's. 
Mobl's. Alfred, master props — Ferart. 
Magniic. W, BL'presa— C. w. Purker. 
Myers. F. U.. Alps — Greut Cosmopolllan. 
Murray, Lester, mgr. car 1 — 

Barnum k Bailey. 
Morrison, J. W, — New Oiiemna Murdf Graa. 
■Mitchell, M-. mgr.— Monarch Carnival. 
Murphv. Tom. bill pooler — Hm-nuro k Bailey, 
MUltr. J«h V.. exciiiv ugl. — Gentry Bros. 
Montgonipry, W. U., mgr.--Texas Bill. 
Morean, I. I*, wg lw r i — Wood's Hippodrome. 
- Millet lr. Knill, si.le show— Rlucling. 
Miller. l>r. Brihe. side Khnw— Hlngllng. 
MtitrehlH. Ted, bill poster— SclU-Floto. 
Maver, G., pmgruiumor — BeJla-Dlota. 
Mvers. R. C, lit bos— Cummins Wild West. 
Mnrtenelle. A., lwud lender — Frank Ashlnn. 
SUii'garnlte Sisters, annex — Van Amburg. 
Moslev. Saw. llthos — Pawnee Hill. 
Manslev, J. R., exciir. car — Talbot's. 
Mnnktn, II. S. — Collmnr Rros. 
Mnrtln. m.— Tuttle's Olympic. 
Mnrluelln. Mile., trnpexe— Ilngenbeck. 
Melrose & Nnshtl— Sun Bros. 
Mnrflebl sisters, aide sbow — Sun Bros. 
Maiirb-<', Great, itlde show — Sun Bros. 
>liindcll, I'riir.. side show — Sun Bros. 
Musi, B. — Fnrcpsiigli-Sell*. 
SlHhvtn. II. — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Mills. Kill, opposition- ratvnee Bill. 
;iait.vm' # isadir, wire— Great Mundy. .;■•,. 



Mlkesell. Chas., contr. ikL— tireat Muody. , 

Moore, U. F.. tironrnter — Great Mundy. 

Meeker. IV., bill poster, car a— Hlngllng. 

mm, H., car y— Rlngllng. 

Moore. W., porter, car 2 — Hlngllng. 

M<cN*«pgutln, W. C, car 2— rkwnce Bill. 

Martin, rred— A. h\ Tuttlc. 

Marilelo, Spider, eijuea. director— Has g- 

Manlelo. contortion — Iluag. 

Merchant, Wm.. steward, car a— 

Burn tun k Bailey. 

Miller, Civile, cowboy — Pawnee BUI. 

Mrthlua. Chan., treasurer — I'nwnec BUI. 

Mason. Tony P., press agt — 1'awnee Bill. 

Mahler, 1Vdi„ car 1— Rlngllng. 

Morrison, Fred, master of irana. — 

Hale's Fire Vlgltlcn, 

Morris, Frank, clvwn and rider — Rlngllng. 

•MIhco, AL, clown — Rlngllng;. * 

Murray, Ed. 1\, and Minstrel Mlssca — 

Rlngllng. 

Mllvoa {'£), revol. ladder — Hlngllng. 

Matsuimit* Jap Tumiie — Forepmigh- Nells. 

Melnel, Cbas,, comedian — Happy Dick Turner. 

Martel, PL G., animal art — 

Wanblnirn & D'Alma's. 

Morton, J., bill poster — Sells-FluUi. 

MorebeHd. J., bill poster — Kells-Fluto. 

MuxwL'il-MeUon Trouiie, aerlallsta — 

Gollmar Bros. 

Millar, Ollle. eqnll— Gollmar Broa. 

Markln, Harlan S.. contor. — (iollmar. 

Mozetto Troupe, casting— Gollmar. 

Morrison. Flnley, band— Gay's. 

Myhre, Kd., band — Rice Bros. 

Mnng, Frank, props.— Rice Bros. 

Merkcl. II. K„ press — C. W. I'arker. 

Nark, M'm. A. — Story's. 

Miller. Prof. A. J., trained dogs — Bonheur. 

Milrtrum, ('bus., bill poster — Bobbins. 

Miller, Will J., in j,t. nimei — Wheeler's. 

Murray, comedian— Finn's. 

Mftnuel, Roman rings — Society Clnm 

Monroe, Cbas., hand — Society Circus. 

Morgan, J. 11., band— Society Circus. 

MatMson. Sam. ass|. ndjuster — Clark's. 

Miller, Bob. bandmaster— Clark's. 

Morse. Capt. Tom, juggler and wire — Clark's. 

Marvin, J., Hwtw — Clark's. 

Miller, Get)., butm hostler — Clark's. 

Morris.. Frank, steward — Clark's. 

M unlock, Joe, veterinary — Wheeler. 

M»i tiler, banners, car 3 — Rlngllng. 

Mabler, Henry, bill poster, car 3 — Hlngllng. 

MllfasPlIa, Chas., bill poster, car .'1 — lllogltng. 

Mitligan. John — Hide's Fire Fighters. 

Morse. Wm., car It — Robinson. 

Morris, I'd., bona bill poster, car M — 

Sells-Kioto. 

Mcxlcjinfl. F., side show — .loncs. 

Main, Walter I*, manager — 

Cummlna* Wild West, 

Marie. Sweet, vide uhuw — Barnum & Ralley. 

Murphy. .Ins., car 1 — Cummins', 

McLaugnlln, Peic, enr 1 — Cummins'. 

Malone k Rozalez, ucrobats — Great Mclburn. 

Merrlau), Flying, ncriat gymnaat — 

Si'lbel Broa. 

McCoggswell, Jake, ring stock — 

Forepuugn- Sella. 

McNmigbton. *W I If Is— Pan- nee Bill. 

MrGuwnn. Harry, hand — CosmoiiolUan. 

Mi'lrf>od. F., out 1 — Cole Bros. 

McCullogb, Jas., flames director — 

Forepaugb- Sells. 

MiQiiHile. JHs.,pres.H — C W. I'arker. 

McDonald. W. Ii., sec. — Barnum k Bailey. 

McLean, Cbas., boss canvas — 

Barnum* Bailey. 

Mi Kay. boss hnutler— Barnum & Bailey. 

McLaughlin, John, master trans. — 

Barnum & Bailey. 

McClure, Sam, chief secret service— 

Barnum k Bailey. 
McQiilgg, M. W.. gen. agl. — Monarcb Carnival. 

MfGlorey, Martin, mgr. side show — 

Fi'iink Ash lon. 

McKatiRhton, W.. bill poster — Pawnee BUI. 

McConnell. It. — l-'orepaugh-Sells. 

McDounld. Chis., cur 1 — [tingling. 
aicNnlly, D., car "J — Pawnee Bill. 

McGuire. Frank, press— Hang. 

McDonald, .1., bill poster— Sells-Floto. 

HcDoMtM, Chas.. props — Rice Bros. 

McFarland, F., bill poster — 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
McVeun, Harry — Buck's. 

McChiid. Dr.. hill poster — Xlobblns. 

McGregfir, Chas.. elephant man — Clark's. 
McCor I'u ml I v — Vunkcc Robinson. 

McBrlde, J., ticki't seller— Jones. 

Newman, Sylvester, manager of concert — 

Finn k Co. 

Keill, Frank W., boss side show canvas^ — 

Sun Bros. 

Newman, J. 1>., advance (No. 2> — 

Gentry Sbow. 

Nugent, John — Sells-Floto. 

Nlssen. Walter, opp. agent — Norris k Rowe. 

Nelsons, Four — ltlngling. 

Nnrris. C. L. see. & treas. — Norris & Rowe. 

Nettle. Frank — Campbell Bros. 

Kite* W. H. — Cnmpbell Broa. 

Nam, Will— Campbell Bros. 

Nobis, Max I*. — Campbell Bros. 

Ned row, J W.. boss bill poster — Hagenbeck. 

Newl-m Wm., rider and drum major- 
Lucky Bill. 

Newton, Cllnl, proas agent — Sun Bros. 
Nichols, Capt. Billy O.. trained steers — 

Brundage k Fisher. 
Noonan, Michael, bunnemian — Sua Bros. 

Newman, lm, musical director — 

Great Barlow. 
NulHtt*. Four — Recce Bros. 
NlckitUemiiH, I,. F., special agt. — 

Pawnee Bill. 
NHT, DuiT. ticket wagon — Sells-Floto, 
Normans, juggling — Hlngllng. 
Nolan. Win. P. — American Pavilion. 
Neeltv, LV F., ticket ngt— American Pavilion. 
N'ainnnn. P. J..— Will S. Heck. 
Nlcodcmus, I. F., supt. — Pawnee Bill. 
Nlssou, W., car 1 — Wallace. 
Nelson, Geo., car 1 — Robinson. 
Neeves, Jas., car 1 — Robinson. 
Nolnn, Jess, car 1 — Robinson. 
Noble. Jack, ear 1 — Cole Bros. 
Neul. Vic. side show— YV. S. Heck's. 
XlcholK. C. W., agent — pmi e w i Brainerd. 
Nelsons, The, mrobais — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Nelson. II. fn bill (Mates — Burniim k Bailey. 
Nevis, Jns„ Mil poster — John Ibaifnaon. 
Nelson, Gw»., bill poHter — John Robinson. 
Nixon, Dave — New Orleans Muni I Gras. 
Norton, J. J. — New Orleans Mnrdl Gras. 
Xycain, J. Ii.. bniuiera — Gentry Bros. 
Nelsons, Flying — Gollmar Rros. 
Norton, Robe, clown — Cole Bros. 
Norris, Ed., boss bill poster — Sella-Floto. 
Nic, Geo., bill poster— Cummins' Wild West. 
Nter, v. a.— Km m. 
Neljl, Frank, kon mum- Sun Bros. 
Noble. .1. K.. gen. agt.— Nickel Plate. 
Niingliton, K D.. opiajsltlon — Pawnee Bill. 
Newliiill, Wnlter — Pawnee Bill. 
Normans. JtiEgUng— Rlngllng. 
Nichols FaiMfVy, wire — Cnmpbell BroB. 
Nuctasel Family, high wire — Gollmnr Broa, 
Nancello. s., contor. — Gollmar Bros. 
Nlckelsotw lit), lialani*ern— Gay's. 
Norris, Hub!., bill poster — 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Kan Sisters, singers and dancers — 

Society Circus, 
Nence, 15. W,. band— Socletv CI rem*. 
Nickels. Low, clown — Forepmigh-Sells. 
Onri Family, Jugglers— Hlngllng. 
O'Dole. ladder act — ltlngling. 
O'Brien, Poggy, boss of atock — 

Vunkee Rohlnnon. 
Osborne, Allan, mgr. car No. I — 

Norris k Rowe. 
Osborne, Fro n't. procrnrniner — Norris & Rowe. 
Gcinvla— BuKalo Bill. 

Overton, Ifarrv, mgr. car No. .1 — Hngenheck. 
O'Hrlen, J. C, privileges— Campbell Brou. 
Ortnnevs, The — Wallace. 
Ortmiey, Felix, clown — Wnllnre, 
Orr mid Moore — Wnllnn;. 
Ogdon. John V... mgr. annex — Cole Broa. 
onnenbetmcr. F. P.. lithographer — Sun Bros. 
Owens. Jl. — Anierlcnu Pavilhm. 
Orcittl, A. ('., snpt, — Dnwnle'a Big L'nlted. 
Ofrlun, John, boaa canvas — 

Manxdeld's Grent Baatern, 
Owensi MellCIa — American Pavilion. 



Olsen, Matlle — American Pavilion. 

Mly input Uu arte t— American ravlllnn. 

O'Brien, Frunk, asat. cupt. canvas — 

Hagenbeck. 

Otto, side show — Silver's. 

Oatman, X J. — Bonbcur, 

Dllvcto, A., band 1 — Robinson. 

Ollvctu, band U — Chapman. 

Olifana— Hoienbevk. 

O'l>onncll. Frank, press— Forepaugb-Scllii. 

o'Shca, DeoDy, Joi-kcy — Barnum k Brflley. 

unvote, Prof. Antonio, baud master — Ferrari. 

O'Neill, E. P., stenographer — 

Barnum k Bailey. 

Oliver, MJ>s ladders— Cole Bros. 

Onoroff Family, bicyclists — Cote Bros. 

Oliver, W., car 9 — Rlngllng. 

Orcutt. A. C, bus. mgr.— Flan k Co. 

O'Brien, \Ydj,, boas bill poater, car 2 — 

Cummins'. 

O'Xi-ills, Sensational, hiuiier and trapeze — 
Altherr. 

O'Brien, Prank, boss canvas — HagenbeclL 

Octavla, JIlss, side show — Jones. » 

O'Leary, Jack, car S — Cummins'. 

Overton, Barry R., Sp. Agt — Cummins*. 

Pickering, <Jeo., contracting agt. — r inn A Co. 

Pcrrino. lion tamer — Al. F. tvheelcr. 

Posey, J., boss of drivers— Buffalo Bill Htiow. 

Parnsh, J. C, bous train und animal man — 
Cummins' Wild West. 

Pierce, Bobt M., clown and concert — 

Sun Bros. 

I'lsk, Ctias-, band— Suu Bros. 

I'arker, J., privilege manager — Sun Bros. 

Perl. B., ballet master — ltlngling Bros. 

Plxlcy, O. W., muBical director — 

Cole k Rogers. 

Perry, LciKhton — Great Mclburn. 

Philpott. Geo. II., llthos, car 1— Cummins'. 

Posey, Jeff, boss hostler — Wallace. 

Potter Family— Sells-Floto. 

Prentiss. I "ark It, tinndmnt>ter — Sells-Pluto. 

] 'honey. Dan, bill (tostcr — Sells-Floto. 

Park, ciniM. Jr., advance— Barnum & Bailey. 

Parks, Tom, siipt. mechanics— Klngllng. 

Pinkbam, I* C. bill [Mwtcr — Norris 4 Ilowc. 

Petty, Clias. W., comptroller — ButTnlo Bill. 

Piatt. JHcob. Imiss canvas mnn — Buffalo BUI. 

Partington fe Co., imigraniines — Buffalo Bill. 

Partertscid, Mr. and Mrs., side sbow^ — 

La Mont Bros. 

Power's KIcnbnnts — Cummins' Wild West. 

Power, W. W., sec and treas.— 

Cummins' Wild West. 

P iefaree Family, acrobats — Great Cole Bros. 

I'bkard Bros. (-H— Norris k Rowe. 

Pottpr, Harry B., railroad contr. — Cole Bros. 

Pettlnglll, B. K, 'Jl-liuiir man — 

Campbell Bros. 

Phillips, Harry, supt of ponies — 

Campbell Bros. 

Peterson, C. A. — Ctiiuphcl! Bros. 

Panghorn, W. D. — Campbell Bros. 

Pierre. C. M. — Campbell Bros. 

Partons f.i> — Campbell Bros. 

Peck, Orvllle R.— Campbell Bnw. 

Porter, R. If., car mgr. — Cook & Barrett. 

I'errault, Wm.. bill poster — Hagenbeck. 

Page, II. II.. propa^ — Kennedy's Wild West. 

I'eret Family, acrobats — Gollmar Bros. 

Phillips, Cam, press agent — 

Cummins' Wild West. 

Patterson. Mr., bill poster — Sun Bros. 

IWell, Wm. Ii., bund — American Pavilion. 

I^ittersoa, John, boss animal man — 

Forepaugh-Sells. 

I'arento, Geo., eipiea. director — 

Mansfield's Great Eastern. 

Pauline. Princess, t mined anlmals^ — Perarl. 

PctUford, D. B-, treasurer — 

Monahan's Pavilion. 

I'njjb, C. II., charge cook house — 

Monaban's Pavilion. 

PietffVr, Wm., bill poster — Barnum k Bailey. 

l'ritchard, G. H., bill poster- 
Cummins' Wild West. 

Potter k Harris — Hagenbeck. 

Paskl, (;.. paste maker — Barnum k Bailey. 

Pratt, Howard — Weldemann's Wild West. 

I'u rkcr, C. W„ head lithographer — Sells-Floto. 

Pratt. SI, lull poster— Sells Floto. 

Provonshey, Geo., ticket wagon — 

J. A. Morrow. 

I'annelee, Irfe, acrobat — Freed k Pcrrlne's. 

Powell, Chief, mgr. spectacles — 

Cummins' Wild West. 

l'lnney, Frank F., ticket takcr^ — 

American Pavilion. 

I'urkuian. AV. H., baud— American Pavilion. 

Parker. K. — nice k Davis. 

Phillips, I>. P., mgr. — Van Amburg. 

1'uirlck, 8. B. car 1— Rlngllng. 

Perkins, Blmer, car 1 — Robinson. 

Pulaski Urns. — Cummins. 

Porter, J. TV— Patterson Brainerd. 

l'atterson, John, - animals — Forepaugh-Sells. 

Parkes, C bill poster — Barnum k Bulley. 

Pulaski Bros, i J .<, acrobats — 

Mackay's European. 

Powell. V. R„ Iwnd— America u Pavilion. 

Piuvercr. Jos., band — American Pavilion. . 

I'urk. Chas.. opp. brigade — Baroum k Bailey. 

Phillips. John, master trans.— Fcrarl. 

I'u). A.— New Orleans Mardl Gras. 

Paul, Bnldy. bill poster— Sells-Floto. 

Page, W J., bill poster— Sells-Floto. 

Papest, John, lltlms— Pawnee Bid. 

Parker, Wm., night watchman— Sun Bros. 

Plank. Wilbur— Sun Bros. 

Patch Id, H. — Forepaiigli-Sells. 

Pulling. Cbas.. bill poster— Cook & Barrett. 

Perry, Medrlck, bill pouter— 

., . ^ Barnum k Bailey. 

Pcrrinc and Dogs— Freed k Perrlne'a, 

Perrlne, Mrs. D. \V., tickets— 

_ , „. , .. Freed k Perrlne'a. 

Perl, Big. ballet master— Rlngllng. 

Perl Sisters (ii)— ltlngling. 

Porter & Palmer, singers and dancers — 

IM , . -. _, Happy Dlek Turner. 

Plil;erlng, Geo K„ gen. agt.— Finn k Co.'s. 

Petit ranilly, acrobats — Gollmar. 

Petey. Chas.. clown — Gotlioar. 

Powell, K. II., clown— Gollmnr. 

PHklngton, Unrry— Pawnee Bill. 

Patterson, Pert, props — Story's 

Pllclier. mgr.— Bulk's. * 

Prokop. Chna.— Burk's. 

Porter, Hack, cunvas — Bonheur. 

Pierce. Holit.. down — Clark's. 

J*rentlcc, Horace, Ikiss props— Wheeler. 

Poke, uerlnlist — lloyer. 

Poi-ter. Wm.. bill poster, car :j— Rlngllng. 

Prairie Nell— Kennedy Wild West 8 

Quintan, Jot. boss canvas— Sun Bros. 

Qnliiett, W. n., spccUl agt.— Campbell Bros 

fjiilrk, J., car 1— Wallace. 

Qnlne, Mike, hand— .Society Clrcua. 

JJ l,e . - T - llenry, Reneral agent— Ilargreavea, 

Hay Dee, John, contortion :>nd juggling— 

Hoblnson, Chas.. boss props— Pnw nee BIB. 

Handat , Dnn, prlndpnl down— Sun Bros. 

Richards Faur, Indian clubs— Sun Bros, 

Itnndolpli, lllll, forace agt.— Sun Broa. 

Hoblnson M., itsst. agent— Cole k llogers. 

I IiikIph. Ibtrry R bond leader— Hnag Shows. 

Itounpy, M.— Ota Bros. 

Holllns, Wm., and Wife — Cole Broi 

llader, I^oti — Wnlliut> 

Hiibein. Sid, stewanl — Rlngllng. 

Itandnlph'u Animals— La Mont Bros. 

I iindniph. ('has. D-.treamirer— Ln Mont Broa 

Hndvay. Joe. clown— KMIer Bros. 

I nioie.v, Horhert, rider— Norris k Howe 

Ilnwlln«s, Mine.— Cole Bros 

RnWns, Frunk A. Jr., asst. mgr.— Robbinn 

Rohhinn, Mrs. Frank A., mgr. candy S£££t 

Kobblns, Mrs. Chna A., charge ward™"!?-!!! 8- 

Bobbins, Winona, cashier main st«n!£!. ,blnS ' 

Itobbloi, Milton, charge reserved wmSS!^ 

Itohertg. Steve, bnwi sine show ennvaa^ ,,b,EI ** 

W 1 ^ V^V'^U "-nln^-rnmpbell £S?* 

Itmidnll. Dan— CnmpneH Broi. 
Kanriolpti, Jas., supt. bill iwstera— 

Jtevdl. Nellie pro* ngent-CoTk ife Bnfmi' 
Rosen uu est, B.. rmintrv agpnt — Hncenbcit ' 
tiltter, Henry, bill poster— Hiig"nl,ecK 
-Robfiri, William, car 1 — Cummins' 
Ruland, A. N., hill poster— Hagenbevk. 



Robsoo, Y. C, treasurer— Cole Bros 
Rogers, Prof., ponies rind dogs— Imata nm 
ogers, Mrs., cfotva pony— Lucky Bill u 

RjiodcB, Mary, electric woman— Vadtact 
nic-harilaon, Fred, band — Wallace 
UabuDiie, Tommy, diving males — 

Riley, Fred, bill poster— Sun B?!? 8 "" Br01 
Russell Triu, tight wire — Cole. 
Rosen, Teter, band — Bnrnum k Balle* 
Rau. Prof. Ed., und wife— Recce Bros 
Rlno, Great — Van Amburg. 
Reucl, Clara, rider — Sells-Floto. 
Reeves. Kd. — American Pavilion, 
llay Dec, J. J., a^st. mgr.— E. G. Smith's. 
Kinglce. Freeman, boss hostler— E. a Smith i 
Khodelianimel. Carl, hand— Barnum & Ballir' 
Reudy, Jack, band — E. G. Smith's 
ltuseuthal. Jot- — wnnfl & Bailey. 
Itoan, Chlef^Puwnce Bill. 
Holllngs, Harry— Wiedemann's Wild W«nt 
Uolltng Thunder, chief— Woidemann's W vr 
ltaddigan. W.. bill poster— Sell h Kioto " 
HIpiKin. R„ hill poster— Sells-Floto. 
Heed, Harry — John Robinson. 
Hoot. Ratpb, mgr. car 1 — Sclls-Flon 
Hench, Chas.. clown — Sells-Floto. 
Itoyal, Ilboiln, and horse* — Rlnslimr 
UoyaJ and Bcdlni— Rlngllng. 
Itadford, Annle r "Dip of Death" — Klngllng 
Hunyon Family, high burs — Forcn;ni K h -Hefls 
Ukhnrds, Georgia — American Pavilion 
Rathbnn, Geo. F., trens. — American Pavilion 
Itlce. Chas., chge. of props— Swift Bros. No 1 
llatnsey, R-, hill poster — Gentry Broa. 
Blddelt, K.. programmer — Gentry Bros. 
Ituoncys. Riding — Barnum k Bailey 
Itosemjucst. Bert, spec agt— Hagenbeck 
HanMnc, Tlios., nssf. cones, dlr. — Hucenbeck 
Iliinnells, Fred R.— Robbtns. ™wk*. 

Hay. Tool, bill poster— I laic's Fire Fighters 
Itoldnson, Cc».— Rlngllng. "gniers. 

Iteynoliln. The — Fletchers. 
Itocketeiicr. Frank, car 1— Hoblnson. 
Ilk-bards. C. If., car 1— Robinson. 
Reed Sisters, cijucstrlcnnes — Mnrkiiy 
Raymond, Harry, car 1 — Cole Bros. 
Rercbert, Prof. II., scnls — Forepaugh-Sells 
ltlngling, A. G., gen. agent— Forcpaujrb Seila 
Reeves, Al. B., checker — Forepaugb Sells 
Rlngllng. Henry, gen, mgr— Forcpa ugh -Sells 
1 awlcs, Chas., asst. trens.— Forepaugb -Sells' 
Ruiiss, J.— Barnum k Bailey. 
Relglcr & .Zclgtcr Trio— Mackay's Euronein. 
ItyiiD, Pan, clown — Barnum k, Bailey 
Robert?, clown — Barnum & Bailey. 
Rowland, Geo., prln. jockey — 
„ -- „ Barnum k Bailey. 

Hnoney. John, cqiies. — Barnum k Bailey 
Rowlanies, The, emies.— Barnum k Bailey 
Rosenthal, Jos., opp. brigade — 

d ., n ... .... Barmim k Bailoy. 

Russell, Reckless, cyclist — 

New Orleans Mardl Grai 
Rosey. cyclist— Brundeys-Flsher Carnival. 
Race. Herbert B., sec— Dixieland Amnscmrat 
Itiissetis. Three, wire — Cole Bros. 
Rooney. Mike, rider — Cole Bros. 
Holland; Wm.. rider— Cole Bros. 
Ro.bettH Bros., barrel Jumpers— Cole Broa, 
Rolland. Birdie, eques.— Wood's Hlppodromf 
RlKlng. (. <\, lecturer— Wood's Hlpnodrom*. 
Rogers, Prof. M. C, band leader— Rlngllng 
Rutherford. Lottie, side show— Rlngllng 
Redlield, Fred., banners— SeNs-Flnto. 
Reynolds. Ben. porter — Sells-Floto. 
Ray. Walter, boss bill poater — 
t , _. _._ " Cummins' Wild W f ?t 

Rathbnrn, Wm., prog.— Ctimm Ins" Wild West. 
Roach. J., bill poster— Cummins' Wild West. 
Rice. I>nu — Bert Silver's. 
Reynolds. 11. M., Bert Silver's. 
Hose. Mine., annex — Van Am berg. 
Heed, Geo., annex — Van Atnberg. 
Ring, Prof., cbee.of advance — 
' .... Yankee Robinson. 

Rooney. Mike, rider— Mackay. 

Rlcnards. Henry, boas canvas— Sun Bros. 

Ream, Geo. — Sun Bros. 

Huufcct, Howard — Son Bros. 

Itango, Bert— Sun Bros. 

Hodgera, Jack— Sun Bros. 

HooneyH, The — Robbing 

Rowland. Frank, bill poster— Cook ft Barrett. 

Itayniond, L. A., secretary— Great Mundy. 

Itlcb, Geo., promoter — Great Mundv 

Ryan, John, bill poster, car 2— Rlngiing. 

Refdy, J., car 2— Rlngllng. 

Ituymuud & Sartonla— Wm. Smith's. 

Russell. Joe, annex — Cole Bros. 

Rose, Jim. contort— Pawnee BUI. 

Roberta, Thus. II.. clown— Rlngllng. 

Running KIk, Chtcf, athlete— 

_ .. Happy Dick Turner. 

KoWis k Cleinure, clowns— Rlngiing. 

Ilyno, Master Juincs, vwallst — Paull Bros. 

Read, H., aHSt. boss bill poster— Sells-FJoto. 

Rolg, T.. bill poster— Sells-Floto 

Rcenirche. Herman, mualciah — Great Mclburn 

Houscr. W.. car 9 — Cummins'. 

Reynolds, Gould — Grcnt Melburn. 

Ronothero. Joe — Great Melburn. 

Itonney, IA/.zle t cfpics. — Gollmar Bros. 

Rooney, Chas., rider— Gollmar Bros. 

Rank, Grover, contor.— Gay 'a. 

nee, Don K., manager— Rice BroB. 

ItUc. Geo., trained pigs — Rice Bros. 

Rice Bros., comedy mule— IMcc Bros. 

Rooney, Johnny, uerlallst— Rlngiing. 

Rummage, R.— Burk's. 

Robinson, Luther— Buck's. 

Richards, Huttlc. rings — Bonheur. 

Rands, Wm., porter— Bonheur. 

Reese Bros., aerial and aero. — Clark's. 

Ray, Geo., supt. animals — Clark's. 

Royer, My-tysi, trapeze— Hoyer. 

Rolscr, Fred, hill poa ter— Cummins'. 

iSmith. Iieslle K.. advance^ — Flno ft Ca 

Snyder, Bert— Finn & Co. 

Skstlnelli. aerial Juggler— Rlngiing. 

Sullivan. L.— Sells-Froto. 

Stock, Cbas., boss chandelier man — 

--_ Barnum k Bailey. 

oLhalrer, Ld., boss carpenter — 

Bnrnum 4 Bailey. 
Stiles, Emery, boss animal man — 

Gollmar Broa. 
Satcrlee, Geo. M., manager — 

Cummins' Wild West. 
Scott, Walter, genl, agent — John Kobinson's- 
Snn, Pete, director and manager — Sun Brm. 
Silvers, Prof., Punch and magic— Sun Bros. 
Sim, Goo. J., director and mgr. — Sun Bros. 
Stin Etna., Jugglers — Sim Bros. 
Shelly, John, band master— Sun Bros. 
Muii'Kon, It. A., bund— Suu Bros. 
Slngleterry J. D.. 1k»ss props.— Sun Bros. 
Smltli, F. A.— Sim Bros. 
Scott, A. P., asst. gen. agent — fiollmar Bros. 
Scott. W. W., supt. of stock— Hagenbeck. 
Stuart, John, clephunt man — 

Yankee Kobimon. 
Smith, Albert, boss chandeliers- 
Great Cole Bros. 
bmllelU Kainllr. performers — Sua Bros, 
Swln. Cart E.— Sun Bros. 
Simon, Uobt.. bill poster— Rlngllng. 
Heott. Ah., tmflc mgr.— Gollmar Bros. 
Savoys, The— Wallace. 
Mt. Richard, ring mnstor— Cole 4: Bog'rs. 
Sllckncy, Rolierl and Emma, riders— Walla;;?. 
st nm pf, tieo., boss bustler — Forepmigh- sells. 
StiKlmolu Japs— Sells-Floto. 
Mlvertou, Claude C. — Grcnt Cole Bros, 
bt. Leon Family, nerolwts — Wallace. 
Sni tii. Mart., cunvas man— Colo Bros. 
Sellers, Col. C, bill poster— Sells -Ftato. 
bmlth. It. M..and wife, lariats— Younger Bros. 
Smith, Cbas.. supt. of animals— Rlngllng- 
bonders. P., elephants— Rlngllng. 
Smith, Harry, supt. trappings— Rlngllng. 
Stuart, J. c, con. agent— Norris ft Sore. 
binlth. II. c, bjHH-lnT agent— Norris & Rowe. 
Sacketts Hand— lkiffulu Bill. 
Snyder. Mr. & Mrs., side show— La Mont Bros. 
Steal, Shorty, canvas — La Mont Bros. 
Sheeny. John, advance — Hagenbeck. 
Slbker. M. L„ trnpexe— Fenn Bros. 
Sllrk Family— Xorrls k Rowe. 
Suglmnio Jnp Troupe — Norris ft Rowe. 
Senior. Geo., nnd ponies— Norris ft Bowe. 
Scott. Wm.. clown— Norris ft Rowe. 
Stuart, J. C. coulr. agt.— Norris & Bowe. 
Sliaware, Mrne.— Cole Bros. 
Sprague. Chas. W.. sec— Frank A. Robblns. 
Smith, Ike, chandelier man — Robblns. 
Still, Marguerite, side show.— Robblw. 



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ShlpmaD, Jm.. itewart— -Bobbins. 

HoideM *nd .Olivia, side show — Robbing. 

Scott. Ruth^-Campbell "Bros. 

Sbernrd, John— Campbell Bro*. 

Sawver, Boko*— Campbell Bra. 

Smith. Waller— Campbell Bros. 

Schiller, H. F., g*B. mgrK-Cook * B«rr«tt. 

stnltli, ".. »«Pt- Blde ■WW — Cook & Barrett 

siffey H , adjuster— Cook & Barrett. 

Milliliter, J. V'., bill poster— Hagenbeck. 

smith. Jos., bill pouter— Hagenbeck. 

Shea Wui.. boss bill poster — Hagenbeck. 

Siuiusou. .1. E-. bill poster— Hagenbeck. 

Scott. Jack, bill poster— Hagenbeck. 

swreDey. Chan. Ii.. eques. director — Wallace. 

Stlckney, Robt.. Jr., rider— Wallace. 

Sweeney. Winnie — Wallace. 

Stanz, llenry. down — Wallace. 

Btlchel, Geo., rifle shot — Kennedy's Wild West. 

Sbftdwell, Frank, rifle shot— 

Kennedy's Wild West 
Sobb, Prank. 1 rube— Kennedys Wild West. 
Shtpp Ed., eques. director— Hagenbeck. 
Sylvester, Henry H., publicity promoter — 

' • Sun Bros. 

Stapleton. K. J., route rider — Pawnee Bill. 
Hnowell. Pearl, contortionist— Morrow. 
Btumon Faintly, hand and orch. — Hagenbeck. 
St." Plere, Tom— Norton Bros. 
Sbubert^nuB, K„ steward — Morrow* 
sift tli. fid. — Campbell - Bros. 
Simon A Poole. Turkish Theatre— Wallace. 
Brltafft, Irene. Turkish Theatre— ^Wallace. 
Sliafer, Nshnle. rider — Younger Bros. 
Scott, W. W., boss boat I er— Hagenbeck. 
Scott, Karl, bill poster — Sun Bros. 
Simpson, Snipe, bill poster— 'Sun Bros. 
Slpe. Chas. O.. barber — Wallace. 
titlnson, Phil, car 1 — Robinson. 
madam hum, car l — RobJuson. 
Sunlln. Lew, eqdes. dlr. — Sella Floto. 
Stalliton Bros. — Markay's European. 
Sassarta, C. J., clown — Sella-Floto. ■ ■ 
Steel. Shorty, asst. boss canvas — 'Lo Moat's. 
Simmons, Robt., bill poster — Rlngllng. 
Scotta, The — American: Pavilion. 
Sallna. La Belle— Parker. 
Smith, Mrs. E. G., sec. and treas.— 

E. G. Smith'!. 
Smith. B.M., performer — E.-Q. Smith's. 
Senian, S. H., asat. gen. contractor — 

Hagenbeck. 
Sfraub, II. A., bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Stout, Victor, bill poster — Hagenbeck. 
Sbnw, W. J5.. bill poater— Barnum k Halley. 
Snyder, Harry, opiaisltlnn— Pawnee BUI. 
Stevens, Chas. 1... bandmaster — 

Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Smith, W. R. — Wiedemann's Wild Went. 
Senter, Geo., Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Smithee, W., bill poster — Sells-FIoto. 
Sullivan, J., bill poster — Sells-FIoto. 
Steodman. J., bill poster — Sells-Kioto. 
Stabler, Howard, candy stands — Morrow. 
Bhabfit, Geo. K., chef — MnrroW. 
Stone. Harry A., charge of perf. — Morrow.- 
Swift, Ueo., musical flct — Gotlmai- Bros. 
Seelsy, Col. Charles, manager — Sells-Kioto, 
iihuaiale. <ieo., boss hostler — Sells-Plato. 
Sells, Harry. Lous hostler — Sells-Flbto. 
guuliu, Mjnc — Sells-Kioto. 
Srlrkney, Albert— Sells-FIoto. 
Seeley, Silvers, clown— iSells-Floto. " - 
Seltzs Elephants— Sells-FIoto. 
Sakatu, Jap rope net — Rlngllng. 
Smiths, Aeilul— Rlngllug. 
Satterfleld, Nollle. and horse — Rlngllug. 
Slater, John, comedy eques.— Rlngllng. 
Shadle, Fred, comedy e,|iies. — Rlngiln?. 
Smith, i'rimt, balancing act — Rlngllug. 
Sanders, Chas., boss drivers— Cuuitnlus'. 
Salvos— Forepo ugh- Sella. ' 
Sampson, llert, stage mgr. — 

American Pavilion. 
Swift, Jack, manager — Swift broai, No. 2. 
Swift, Mrs. Jack, treasurer — - 

Swift Bros., No. Ii. 
Swift, Dean Herbert, rider-— i 

Swift Broa., No. 2. 
Smith, Roy. cook— Swift Bros., No. JL 
Sinclair 4 Carlysle — Gllinore k La Tour. 
Sherlock, Catherine — (lllmore & La Tour. 
Stems, F. C. boss hill poster— Gentry Bros. 
Sbeehy, John 0.. treasurer — Hagenbeck. 
Simon, asst. supt. stock — Hogeubeck. 
Schubert, Harry, supt. elephants — Hagenbeck. 
Stone, Harry A. — Morrow's. 
Springer. J. B. — Robinson. 
Sallnu, Ln Belle, lions— U renter Parker. 
Small, Frank, press agent — Buffalo BUI. 
Snyder, contortinu — Van Ambitrg. 
Starr, Gen. o., manager— Ra mum k Bailey. 
Stone & Hoop, trapeze — Bert Silver's. 
Silver, Harry— Bert Silvers. 
Scott, W. M., car 1— Wallace. 
Sihaffer, H.. car 1— Wallace. 
Smith, ft, car 1— Wallace. 
Stndler. Gordon, advance — Fletcher. 
Scott, Oliver. gen. agent — Robinson. 
Service, M. C, spec, agent — Robinson. 
Smith, F. K„ car 1 — Robinson, 
Speuger, L., car 1 — -Robinson. 
Smith, Frank, car I — Robinson. 
Shrock. Ira, car 1 — (iollmar. 
Swan, Win., car 1 — (Iollmar. 
Sluyton. S-, car 1 — Gollmar. 
Southall. Frank— Slebel Bros. 
Spaler, B., down — Fo reus ugh- Sells. 
Stalker Fomllyr-W. S. Heck's. 
Suetmek, Al., 'musician— W. S. Heck's. 
Sawson. Jos. — W. S. Heck's. 
Shea, T. — Patterson Brnlnerd. 
Snloo — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Stiunpff, Buggy, Iralu — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Stall, C. N.. vet— Foi-epaugb-Sella. 
Bt. John, Frank, elephants-— Forepaugb Sells. 
Steele, Geo., adjuster — Forepnugh-Sells. 
Stone, Jan. B.. advance— Forepaugh-Sells. 
Sister, J. R— Barnum & Bailey. 
Smith, John F.. car stowanl — John Hobluson. 
Smith, F. F.. bill poster — John Hoblnson. 
Springer, .7. L., hill poster— John Rohlnson. 
Smith, K. S., bill lioster — John Robinson. 
Smith, Harry, programmer — 

■ - Waahtmrn & D'Alma'a, 
Strain. Arthur — Barnum * Bailey. 
Shuw, W. K. — Bnrmim & Bailey. 
Seigrlst, Win,, cIokii — Barnitin & Bailey. 
Swallow, John, emies. — Rarnum A Bailey. 

Shlnkown & Couklcbl — Barnitm A Bailey. 

Seigrlst & Melrose, etines. — Barnum & Bailey. 

Sebastian, CeeeUk — Barnum & Bailey. 

Steves Troupe, acrobats — Barnum & Halley. 
Shearer, Eddie, Jockey— linrniim 4 Bailey. 

Spiegel, Win., chariot driver — 

Barnum & Bailey. 

Shannunn, It., chariot driver — 

Barnum k Bailey. 

Sullivan, S., opp. brigade — baruuni & Bailey. 

Seymour Children, trapeze— PU beam. 

KteveuB, John, treas. — Barnum & Bolley. 

Stocks. Chss., sunt, lights— Barnum & Halley. 

BdMcnr, Wiu., hoss car (jorler — 

Barnum & Bailey. 

Seaman. A., gen. mgr— ' ' 

New Orleans Mardl Dras, 

Sullivan, Ii., opp. lirlgade— Barnum tk. Bnlley. 

Sullivan, C. J-, aaBt. lilli poster— .- • 

Ilai-num & Bailey. 

Sprague, A. C, banners, cirl! — . „ „ 

Barnum ft Bailey. 

Smith, Bob, hill poster— Gentry Bros. 

Button, Burt, clown — Cole Bros, 

Spntigles, clown — Cole Bros. 

Sandey, clown — Cole ilros. 

Shows, Aerial— <!ole Bros. 

Shaffer, Ltlllan, menace — Cole Bros. 

Sylow, contor.— <^o!e Bros. 

Hn'aw, W., perch — Cole Bros. 

Stydes (3)— Cole Bros. 

Show, Rose, MHsV— Cole Bros. 

Scrautons, The, side show — Rlngllng. 

Springer. R. B., bill poster— Bells-Kioto. 

Blade, tieo., bill poBter — Sells-Flolo. 

Smith. Newton, chef— Cummins' Wild West. 

Know, I... bill poster— Cummins' Wild West. 

Silver, Mrs. Bert, treas— Bert Sliver's. 

Silver, Laura — Uert Silver's. 

Silver. Krnnels— Bert Silver's. 

Silver, Penrl — Bert Silver's. 

Silver, (I. Karl— Bert Silver's. 

Silver, Little Dick— Bert Silver's. 

Snow ft Sibley, clowns — Burt Silver's. 

>r;!lt!'-iV'l. I'rof.. mill bur.-i-w — Frvink Ashtoo. 

Slegrlst, Geo., down — Krank Asbton. \ 
ttntiuys Huod. annex — Vhu Ainbiirg. 
Sinn, Ulram, ticket seller— Van Amhurg. 



Stewart, Jag., mgr. dining lent — Sun Bros. 

Stanley, Sealer— Sun Bros, 

Stoddel, J. D— Sun Bros. 

Slegrlst, Jack— Sun Bros. 

Sliver. Prof., side shuw— *Suu Bros. 

tiy Wester, Col. II. II.. privileges — Sun Bros. 

SsWfwIa, E., programhJes — Forepaugh-Stlls. 

Sean t.in. V— Forepaugh-Sells. 

South, H.— FarepaugS-Sells. 

SoatrJi. W.— Furepaugh-SellB. 

Scanlan. U — Forepaagh- Sells. 

Smith. (*eo., banners—Cook & Barrett. 

Stewart, Otis, hill poster— Cook t Barrett. 

Summers. Harry, bill poster — Cook & Barrett. 

Steffun, I'm m* ii, lecturer — 

Cummins' Wild West. 
Simmons. Robt., mgr. car 4 — Pawnee BUI. 
Senmon & Klnzo's German Village — 
„ . . . » » • -Ureat Mundy. 

Sebwenke, Cits, band — Barnum k Bailey. 
Stout. Doc., gen. mgr.— Haag. 
Sykes, Bill, clown— Haflg. 
Simmons. Wm., hand — Barnum & Bailey. 
Souf. Little, clown — Haag. 
Sells, -Ford, ticket seller— Haag. 
Seckelman, H. C announcer — Pawnee Bill. 
Sims ft Heath, nnnex — Pawnee BHI. . 
Smith. Frank S., utewnrd— Robinson. 
Selllck, L, front door^ — Freed ft Perrlne's, 
Bagen. J. P.. rallrnnd con tr.-^- Wallace. 
Stublileflcld Trio, wire and trips- 1 — Rlngllng. 
Squires. Wm. c— Happy Dick Turner. 
Smith. John, Ihiss hosiier— *"ldn ft Co.'s. 
Stanford. II., bill poster— 9ells-Flot0. 
Smith Bros., ncrolmt*— Gollmar Bros. 
Smith. Bert, clown — Tiollmar Bros. 
Swlfte, V'.. clown — Uollmnr Bros. 
Spiven. Bill. -props — tiay'». ■ 
Smith. Frank, eqnes. dlr. — Rice Bros. 
Suvldge. Walter, slack wire— Bice Bros. 
Stilmberltne. Ernest, hand leader— Rice Bros. 
Simmons, John, hand — Rice Bros. 
Simpson, D. It., bill poster— 
■ ' ■ • ■ Hale's' Fire Fighters 

Snow. Lewis, car S — Cummins'. 
Scblnnltt, Ueo., clowu and trained bears — 

Great Melburn. 
Salisbury. H. It., musician — Great Melburn. 
Simpson, Ike, band — Rice Bros. 
Shlelde, Harry, gen. promoter— C. W. Parker. 
Shepberd, A. E.— Bnrk's. 
Spurgpon. Jewel 1— Bark's. 
•Skinner. Veraou — Burb's. 
'Stead. Rdna— Iturk's. 
Small, Geo., band — Bonhenr. 



Snvder. A. I,., band — Bnnheur. . 
Stevens, Vein, bills & prog.— Boo hed r. 
Smith, Vernon, hoss hill poster — Robblna. 



Slsler. J. F... Iwirk lltbocrflphs — Robblns. 
Sulcen Jiidd. bill poster — Holildns. 
Slnclnlr & Carlisle, wire— Society Circus, 
Samoyoa. swlnjr— Society Circus. 
Slnpleton And Cbaney, Jugglers — 

Society Circus. 
Stout, Prof. Theo., bond leaders- 
Society Circus, 
St. Clurgy. -Obey, veterinary — Clark's. 
Smith. Boldv. nsst. supt. canvas— Shirk's. 
Scolleld, Wm., night walch— Wheeler's. 
Spouldlng. Oeo. M., band leader— Wheeler 'a. 
Kalnioo,. r Fred, clown — Wheeler's. 
Steffou, Mrs. Pnrnell. tren surer— Royer. 
Silvester, comedian — Royer. 
Stall, John F., prog., car .*J— Rlngllng. 
Stnsllev, J. B., bill poster, car :t— Rlngllng. 
Stewart, Fred, bill poster, car 3 — Rlngllng. 
Schlotter, Fred, acrobat— Rice ft Davis. 
Soow. Lewh. boss bill jioster — CummlnB*. 
Smith. C, Mil poster. Cuuimlus'. , 
Si-hiiinnc:ber, Jos., bill poster — 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Smith W. M.. car 1 — Forepnugh-Sells. 
Regrlst, Jns., nsst. "mgr. — Yankee Robinson. 
Stnrr, R.. doorkeeper, side show — Jones. 
Smith; Hill, ticket seller— Jones. 
Sllbon. Fddle, aerlallat— BarDum ft Bailey. 
Thompson. Chas. N., gen. mgr.— Hagenbeck. 
Tflylors. The, performers — Wallace. 
Taylor, Dan, boss blacksmith — 

Barnum & Bailey. 
Thompson, R. N., aupt. sleeping cars — 

Hagenbeck. 
Ty-Bells, The — Sells-FIoto. 
Taylor, Millie, long haired woman — 

Gollmar Bros. 
Taylor, Robt., aupt. of trains — Rlngllng. 
Turner, J. P., candy stands^ — Campbell Bros. 
Toyo — CampMl Bros. 
Tumour, Mile., trapeze — Wallace. 
Tourblllon Troupe, bicyclists — Wallace. 
Thelsseu, Henry, and wife, cook house — 

Kennedy'a Wild West. 
Tardy. Geo., nnlmnl dept — Rlngllng. 
Torlton anil Tnrllon, musical act — Wallace. 
Theo. Lady, blnck art— Wallace. 
Thomas, 'Mrs., minstrel show — Wallace. 
Thomas, Geo., minstrel show — Wallace. 
Tolsuu, Add., bill poster — Sun Broa. 
Taylor, Thos., anil sou, advance-^ 

Great Bsrlow. 
Tessler, Wm.. trapeze— Forepaugh- Sella. 

Trafalgar, iIsjsW Tw A. 'Voffvsr. 
Tarantn. Mite.— Jas. A. Morrow. 
Thtres. Rd.. band— R G. Smith's. 
IMzler. L. W.— Finn & Co. 
Thatcher, Geo., bill jmster — Barnum & Bailey. 
'Pice, Ed., bit poBter— Barnum & Bailey. 
Totles, -lid. A., wnlter— Barnum St Bailey. 
Thauma, UL nerlallst — Morrow. 
Torrell, A., bill poster — Selle-Floto. 
Towers, t'al. — John Robinson. 
Travers. Don. gen. supt. — Morrow, 
Taft, Chas., boss hoHtlor— Morrow. 
'JMylor, Ben. MM dlr. — Morrow. 
Tunuuen, Frank, treasurer — Sells-FIoto. 
Thomas, I«on J.. American Pavilion. 
Trupnnl, Prof. Thos., band leader — 

Rice ft Davis. 
Thompson, Fred and Lola, stands — 

Bice ft Davis. 
Trestuhtr. Gus, boss hostler — Hlce & Davis. 
i. rogr. — 

irdlck'a Dog and Pony. 
Tate. Frank R., president — Hagenbeck. 

Thompson, ballet wardrobe — llogenbeck, 

ThompBon, C. B., spec. ngt. — Cole Bros. 

Tripp, C. R. side sbow— Barnum ft Bailey. 

Teasler, Win.— Forepaugh-Sells. 

Tate. W. P.. bill poster— Barnum ft Halley. 
"Theho, Wilson, hill pouter— Bnrmim ft Bnlley. 

Tevl. Chief— Pawnee Bill. 

Thompson, Ray, iralued horses— Pawnee Bill. 

Thompson, Minnie — Pawnei* BUI. 

Tylar, Minnie, Jockey — Pawnee Bill. 

Tlndle, J., opp. brigade — Pawnee Bill. 

Tudu, MIchnH, nerlallHt — Pllbeam. 

Tharatt, John— Pllbeam. 

Tlndle, <.'., opp. brigade — Barnum ft Bailey. 

Toozooitln Arabs — Harnum & Bailey. 

Takoznwas Japs — Wallace. 

Tlnney, Chns. 11., bsnd leader— Cole Bros, 

Tripp, Chas. B„ side show — Rlngllng. 

Trover, Floyd, gen. agt. — Cook Broa. 

Thomas. Jus., boss hostler — -Frank Asbton. 

Thnnlos. The — Turtle's Olympic. 

Taylor, L.— Forepnugh-SellB. 

Togue, Jock, hannors— Cook k Barrett. 

Telsou, John, car 1 — Ktugllng. 

■Tardos, The— A. R. Tut He. 

Tnvlor, Hill, boss lioatler — Haag. 

Thcto, Wilson, Ihsr bill poster, tar 3 — 

Barnaul ft Halley. 

Thomas. W A., and Wife, nnnei — Cole Bros, 

Tumour. 4ul«, clown — Rlngllng. 

Turner, Sndle, souhrette — 

Happy Dick Turner. 

Turner. Edith — Happy Dick Turner. 

Tinnier, Slim, bill poster— Sells-FIoto. 

Turner, R tk, Juggler — Gollmar. 

Talbot, Ralph, boss canvas and trapeze — 

Gay's. 

Thompson. Lloyd, hand — Bnrnnm A Halley. 

Tyler, 11 S„ mgr.— C. W. Parker. 

Treshman, Jennie — Burk's. 

Tegnor. J, o., band — Bonbeur, 

Thompson, Chas., cook — Honheiir, 

Tracy, Joe. supt. ring stock— Whepler'a. 

Trick, V. J., speebil ogeut — Wheeler's. 

Telschnw. Perry. Juniper — Rover. 

Thomas. John. Iltlms, mr .1 — Itlngllng. 

Thompson, Fred, supt. privilege* — 

Rke k Dn vis. 

Texos Sisters — Yankee Robinson. 

Trolley Car Trio— Wallace. 

L'dcU, Col., poUlt'H — 

Talbot's Fighting the Flames. 
Vesta, Dau, clowu — Wallace. 



Van Oaten, Tom, supt. car So. 2 — 

Frank A. Bobbins. 
Van, Esirl, Imml — Hnriitiui ft. Bailey. 
Vou PrHjhr— Great McBiurn. 
Vanrc, wm.. car mgr. —Campbell Brus. 
Vlohi. Pauline— Wallace. 
Vftuderbllt. Garry, clown — Cole Bnis. 
Vellcken. llenj.. bnnd— Barnum ft Ballsy. 
Van Dime, Leon — ' 

. • Morg&n'a Mexican Wild West. 
Victor, Tony, band— Wallace, 
finer. Whit, band— Wallace. 
Vlckers, «leo.— Wiedemann's Wild Weal. 
Vaiiahn. Tom-^WIedemaiin'H Wild West. 
Vershoyle, C nsst. Iltbograuher — Sells-FIoto. 
Venn. «.. prosra pa nier— -Sella-Floto. 
Vance, Ida— Sells-FIoto. 
Vnlleclta null her animals— Sella-Floto. 
Valentines, bora — Van Amburg. 
Vandenler, P., car 1 — Wallace. 
Vivian. Prank, clown — Bnrnnm & Bailey. 
Vorlopa, The — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Vaudevont, Jennie, school riding — 

Barnum ft Bailey. 
VHIIere Troupe, aerlnllets— Barnum ft Bailey. 
Vereona, Mme., anneT — Van Amburg. 
Vaughn ft Mosely, annex — Van Amburg. 
Vundersitce, (ieo., bill poster — Pawnee BUI. 
Veora. Mlho, side show — Sun Bros. 
Van Carder. II. R. treas. — Great Mundy. 
Van Osten. Ornut, checker up — 

Barnum ft Bailey. 
Vlnnenler. Chas.. hossi bill poster — RobtnHon. 
Viola ft Gertrude, aerial — Gollmar. 
Von SIggen, Fred, Irapeze — Rice Bros. 
Viennese Troupe, trapeze — Barnum ft Bailey. 
White, Cbas. A'., preps agent — Kingllng. 
WiHMls, (ieo., superintendent— Al. V. Wheeler. 
Williams, C. .Lee — Hagenbeck. 
White. Al.— Rlngllng. 
Wenona ft Frank — Pawnee Bill. 
Williams, Lew, trainuiuaiei* — Sun Bros. 
Webb. Horace, clowu — Hagenbeck. 
Washburn, W. S, bill poster— M. L. Clark's. 
Whltmore. Fred, bill poster— M. I Clark's. 
Wood, Jas„ bill poster — M. L. Clark. 
Wllllnnifl, Loll 0- . general manager — Gentry. 
'Wheeler, A. R.. bandmaster' — Van Amburg. 
Welsh, Jno, gen'l mgr. — Hargreaves, 
Williams, >H. J., general agent — 

Cole ft Rogern. 
Wilson, Wait. W., advance — i.'oie ft Rogers. 
Wlnslow ft Karl — Great Cole nros 
Westlake, Chas., nrtviiuce — Deailwood Hick. 
Wiser, Tibuls. Albion — Gollmar Brow. 
Wormald, Geo., nosa eniiva's — Norrls k Rows. 
Wiggins, Bert — Mnckay's Knropesu. 
Whitten. Jos. K., supt, Of cnnvna-^-Rlngllng. 
Wehb, A. Ii., Blip!, of stewards — Rlngllug. 
'Walters. Fred— Buffalo Bill. 
VVelhvCbas. H., prcsw agent— Buffalo Bill. 
Weavers. Aerlnl^FrmiR A. Robblns. 
Winn, Wllburt, Ikiss bill poster — 

Pawnee Bill. 
Wilson, Curly, and Wife, annex- 
Jones ft Adams. 
White, Geo., rider— Norrls ft Rowe. 
Warner, R (*., sbb. offt. — Norrls k Rowe. 
Waters. R N.. checker up — Cole Bros. 
Wallace, Frnnk, mgr. aide show— Cole Bros. 
Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.- — Robblns. 
Whitney, C. R, secretary— Cuniphell Bros. 
Weaver, Otto and Jessie — Campbell Bros. 
Wllbon, John D.— •Campbell Bros. 
Wilson, Bert, route rider — Hnsenlieck. 
Wnrmaid. Wm.. bill poster— Hagenhcek. 
Wheelock. W. S.. hill poster— Hagenbeck. 
White. Harley, bill poster— Hageubeck. 
Wilson. F. M., bill poster — Hqgenheck. 
Wvomlng Jack aad Prairie. Noll— 

Kennedy's Wild Weit. 
Wilson. C. C. traffic mgr.— Rlngllng. 
Whltlurks, The, trapeze— Lucky Hill. 
Washington. II. P., band — Wulluce. 
Williams, Ksale. minstrel show — Wallace. 
Wollgc. Arthur — Walluce. 
Wells, Geo. R., contracting agent — 

-Voiinger Bros. 
Woods, It, (.'., mgr. advance car, No. l — 

Sun Bros. 
Wilson, Thos.. bill poster — Sun Bros, 
Williams, M. It., gen. agent — 

iMnckay'a European. 
Williams. A„ agent — slnekuy's Europeau. 
Wilson, Wally, treasurer— 

Maehay's European. 
Welcome, Fretl., hand balancer — 

Forepatigb-St'lls. 
Wpst, Jas. G.— For epnngti- Hells. 
Wilton, Joe, wire k juggling^ 

Mniisfle>d r s Oreat nantcrn. 
Wlnney, C. J., gen. font, ogt. — 

American Pavilion. 
Wallers, J., hand leader— R.'G. Hmlth'n. 
Wilkinson. W:. bill pomor— Burnum k Bailey. 
Witts, Wm„ bill poster— 

Cummins- Wild West. 
Wilson, Thos., press representative— 

Cole Bros. 
West. J. C, bill poBtpr— Baroum ft Bailey. 
Ward, L. A., porter — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Wallace, Wm. A., opposition— Pawnee Bill. 
Wvumim, Ueo. II., clown — Gollmar Bros. 
Wlcdomaun, Thos. F., owner — 

Wiedemann's Wild West. 
Wilson, Robt.— Wletlemnuii'H Wild West 
Wiley. O. bill poster— Selttf-Floto. 
Wright, II., bill poaler— Sells-FIoto. 
Worth, F., bill pouter— Sells-FIoto. 
White, W., paste maker — Sells-FIoto. 
Warner, Harry, reserved 8euli4 — 

Jas. A. Morrow. 

Wlii'-ler. Punch, press agent — Sells-FIoto. 
Webtm (4), ncrobatftf — Rlngllng. 

Woodward, Kugene, boss mcch. — 

Ciimiulus' Wild West, 

Wolkowsky Troupe, daucorB — 

Forepaugh-Sells. 

Webb's Seals — Forepaugh- SellH. 

White, C. H„ chief ticket seller- 
American Pavilion. 

Wilson, Frank — American Pavilion. 

White, Edna — American Pavilion. 

Walsh, Henry— American Pavilion. 

Wilson, Viola — American Pavilion. 

Wntsou, Thos., boss hostler — - 

Washburn ft D' Alma's. 

Waggon, Hilly, m nut it trans. — 

Wushliiirn k D'Alma's. 

Williams, Hoy, boss canvas— • 

Swift Bros., No. S, 

Wentberford, Roy, bond leader — 

Swift Bros., No. 1. 

Worth, Doonld, boss canvas — 

Swift Bros., No. 1. 

Williams, C. Lm tin. mgr.— Hagenbeck. 

WllllaiuH, Geo. H.. purcn. agt. — Hagenbeck. 

White, ChnH., elect rlclan^iagenbeck. 

Williams, (i. H., aupt. dining car— 

Hagenbeck. 

Walton, Kdward. wire — Canada Frank. 

White, BilUli— Talbot's Flutues. 

Wlbou, Chns. C. — ntngfing. 

Word, n. H., mgr. catJ- 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 

Ward, Irvln, hill poster — 

llalc'N Fire Fighters, 

Wilson, Tom L.. press — Cummlus'., 

Wilson, Hilly, loop— Npelluau. No. 1. 

Wilson, Harry— ForcpaugtiHflls. 

Wells. Arthur K.. secy. — Brown Amuse. Co. 

Whltu's Ihias — Bmwu Aiiiiinc. Co, 

Wntklnn, Harvey, press— Rarnum k Bailey, 

Wnlnisleiller, ]*\, car 1 — Rlngllng. 

Wbltmorn, J., car 1 — Rlngllug. * 

Wheeler. Bertram, cor 1— Wallace. 

Wane. K. »,. cor 1— Wallace. 

Wedge, W. J.— car 1— Wallace. » 

Wiinii'u. M., car 1— Cole Hros, 

Worrens; J. ft Agnes— Hale's Klre Fighters. 

Weagcr. Will K, linnd— W. H. Heck's 

Winters, Art. musician— W. S. Heck's. 

Wallace, Chas., rider— W. H. fleet's, 

Walloce, John — Tnlbolt Flames. 

Wnldo ■Broa.. gynonnsts — Wlxom. 

Wilkinson, K, L., hill poster— 

Bnrnnm ft Halley. 

Wllklns. W. A.— Barnum ft Halley. 

Wilson, Harry U,; annex mgrv— Pawnee Bill. 

Woodward, V (>., conir. agt.— Hargreaves. 

WedAtod. Itripa, (vlfiiiii-st — Barnum & Halley. 

Wert/.. Chad, harleanlu — Barnum ft Bailey. 

WlnMon, i'apt, \¥. H.— Barnum 4 Bailey 

While, I,l«le. juckev— Rarnuai & Bailey. 

Wertz. Jeuale, rider -Harnum A Bailey 

Witt, Albert, cashier— Hageuheck. 

Wire, Sidney, press rep. — Ferarl. 



wins, Capt. O.— Pllbeam. m , 

Whitehead, R.M., auditor— Barnum ft Bailey. 
Watklus, Harvey L„ contr, press agt— ' 

: mrntitnft Balloy. 
Wnstd, Mrs. Anas, cbge. wardrobe— «; 

Burnum ft Bailey. 
Wandrle. John— Pllbehm. ' ■ ; 

West, (1., opp. brigade — Barnum ft Bailey. 
Wntson. Jack, bill (tester— Gentry Bros. 
Waters, Grunt, chat — Gantry Bros. 
Warreo, Jlonnlt — Holos I iio Klghteri. 
Wlnslow.' Wni., clowu — Cole Uros. 
Wood, J. L . mgr. — Wood's Hippodrome. 
Wrwl, Verda. aide show— Rlngllng. 
Wnrlck,. Frank, bill poster— 

Cuuiiiilua- Wild West. 
Watts, Andy, boss cauvns — Frank Ashtou. 
Walton, Opple. clown— Prank Asbton. 
Woods Will, ticket seller — Van Amhurg. 
Winn, Wilbur, bosu bill poster, car No. 4 — 

1'nwueu Hill. 
Wiley, Kd. P. — Hate's Fire Fighters. 
Wrhrlit, Frank— Sun Bros. 
Walker, Eugene — Sou Bros. 
Wheeler. Geo— -Sun Broa. 
WtMvi-tH, Flying— liobhlus. 
Wntsou. Chns. — Robbius. 
White, Dick, bill poster— Cook A Harrett. 
Wehb, Hnrrv, bill poster— Cook A Barrett. 
Wnllure, Win. A., special agt. — Pawnee Bill. 
Wagoner's Military Baud — Hruudage-Flsber. 
Whitney's Society ClrcJU- Great Mundy. 
Wlnteimute, Hurry,, mgr. — Grent Moibnra. 
'Warren. F. L., musician — Gi-cat Melhurti. 
Whitney, A. P., gt-u. mgr.— -Great Mundy. 
Wolf, J. C, gen. iUiinT. — Grent Mundy, 
Womlck, Curly, calliope — llnng. 
Wood**. Fuy. monkey perch — Iluag. 
Woods, A in in. coulortlun--~Hoog. 
'wiilft-v. Ducket, tk-ket seller — Hoag. 
Woodwurd, Vic, conir. agt.— Hargrearei. 
Wotffsali-, Prof., anui-x linnd — t?ole Bros. 
Wulfncule, Itoy, annex— tCoic Bros. 
White, Uudy, and Wife, annex— Cole Bros. 
Wltchwny, 11., cuwboy — Pawnee Bill. 
Wilson, Harry, aide show—Pawnee 0111. 
U'oppensteiu, W., hill poster — Rlngllng. 
Wilson k Mnyo, liiddpra — richer Bros, 
Wells, Harry, supt. Htock — 

Holes Fire Fighters. 
Wllaon, 1L, supt stock tents — 

link's Ftro Fighters. 
Wcbb-Romalo Troupe — Hinging. 
Welfii, Atrred— Rlngllng. 
Welcome ft 4-Paw — Forepaugh-Sells. 
Wentwortli, Ed. F. — Finn k Co.'s. 
White, C, porter— Setln-Floto. 
Wallet, W. F., rider— Gulluinr Bros. 
Wood, Geo., menuge — Gullmar Bros. 
Wyniau, Geo., clown — Gullmnr Bros. ' 
Walton, IMck, clown — Gollmar. 
Welwl, Jas,. clowu — Gollmar. 
Wrest Fondly, ■epuhata — Blue Uros. 
Wilson, Jas., boss cuuvas — Rice Bros. 
Williams, Gus, botts hustlor— Rice Bros. 
White, A., bus. mgr. — Story's. 
Whiles, The, novelty act— Story'i., 
Welch, Harry— Burk's. 
Wuddrll, Tom— Burk's. 
Woods. Juy. hand— Bonbeur. 
Whltmarsh, W. N.. supt. stock— Bonbeur. 
Wooley A PlerH, triple trapeze — 

Society Circus. 
Wright & Cooper, Jumpers— Socletv Circus. 
Wili-ox, J. K., ticket seller— Clark's. 
Wheeler, Al. F., owner — 

Wheeler's New Model. 
Wheeler. Mrs. Al. F., tickets- Wheeler. 
Wheeler'H Houles and Hogs— Wheeler. 
WupuLiiHlclu, Wulter, prog, cur :t — Blugllug. 
Wurde. Jas.. hill poster, car ^—Rlngllng. 
Wirlih, Frank, bill poster — Cumiulus.' 
WHsch, Kd., hill poatcr— Cummins'. 
Wlltlumsoii, Hugh, blllVdsler— 

Hale's Fire Fighters. 
Wnddell, Doc, press— John Hoblnuon. 
Wlrlch, Frank, cur '2 — Cummins'. 
Wall Ii. Md. , cur 11— CuiiiiulnH'. 
Wleshcart, M. E., car 1— CtinmihiR'. 
Wynu, .lobu, cur 1 — ■Cummins'. 
Wilts, Wni., progrwroiues, car I — Cummins*. 
Wool. J. J., programmes, car 1— Cummins', 
Woods, C, wulter, cur 1— Cummins', 
Yt-utou, Leon, general agent— Al. K. Wheeler. 
Young, K. L , bill pouter — Norvls ft Howe. 
Young, <;. c, band — Amtrlcnn Puvillon, 
Voder, Oils — Wtedcinnuu's Wild West. 
Young. Gllle, and Hro., tioop rollers — Rlngllng. 
YunuiiiiotoH (4i. ucrobats — Rlngllng. 
Young Bros., Jugglers and hoomeraugi— 
inn " 



PliNNHVl.V.Wrft, 



Idngllug. 
Young. Will, bill poster — Brown Auiupu*. 
Yoklchl ft Mulsti, Japs— Hariiiim A Halley. 
Youug, Hlrnui, bill poster — 

Moutircli Curnlval, 
Yeimey, BHI— Cnmmlns' Wild West. 
Young, Geo., boas prop*—- Glurk'a. 
Zechs, The, nerlullHls— Al. K. Wheuler. 
Zubedle, Fred, ciinillliriat— Forepailgh-8ells, 
Zurtuitiu, Juy — Great Melburn. - - 
yjliiisiunsli'i', R R, trulumus tor— Pawnee Bill. 
Kclis, Christ, supt. meuagcrle— Bclls-Floto. 
JBebJa— Buffalo Bill: 
Gierke. Prof. Iloht.— ^'ompbell Bros. 
ZtiietHkys. The — Wallace, 
Kareldu, Grent, high diver — .Tames Bros. 
Zeno, '/,. — Morrow s. 

f/lmnierniau, J. ML, advert I a lug— Cummins'. 
/.orclla, Hughle, pantaloon — liuruum AHaliey. 
/In, 01(1, side show— Rlngllug. 
^elleno, mystic — Great Mundy. 
Kumpu, musical— Great Mundy. 
Edgar, Carl, gen. ouuer.— Great Mundy. 
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AIJIHUO.NAI, V'AlllH. 



CONNlOCTICl/T.— Hruiiford, Braufunl Fair, 

H. ; J. P. Cnlhlhuil, secy, Bitrllu, Benin 

Fair, S, 11-21 ; W. W. chrlnilin, sftcy. Urook- 
lyn, WinOhutu County Fair, H, 'Z'Jil ; J. B. 
StetHuii, secy. Chester, Chester Full', S 'M\ ; 
Theo. Perry, secy. Coli'liesti-r, ColclifHlpr 
Grange Fair, 14 ; M. R. Ahelt. scry. Cot- 
llnsvllli', Fnrmltigtou Vdlley Fair, K, 12, 18: 
E. A. Hough, secy. Uuubury. baiihurv Fulr, (i. 
m; ; G. M. Bunille, secy. Hust Grnnby, East 

Granny Fair. o. ; W. II. (Joy, sew. Eh- 

Held. Union l-'nlr, H. 20: Henry F. Fletcher, 
secy. Umnfaji Granhy Fair, S. '20, 27 ; 
Theodore a. Cose, secy. Greenfield 111)1, 
Greenfield Country Club Fulr, M. -11<H| Mrti. 
I>. B. Adams, secy. Guilford, Guilford Pair, 
H. 2tt: Robert D« l<\ Hrlstol, secy. Harwlti- 
ton. Harwlniuu Full-, (>., 2; [>, K, Beutlvy. 
v.wy. ffitutlngtou, Union Fair* S, ~ -; 
Or. Thou, F. Alartln, secy. Mndlnuu, Mfidl- 
Min Fair, S. 1U: IX K. Hentley, secy,. Naiign- 

tuck. Beacon Valley Fair, 8. ; Win. Ii. 

Lloyd, secy. Norwich, New London County 
Fair. 8. 11-13; T. W, Yurriuaton, afty. New 
Haven, New Huven counly Hortlculiural Hu- 
fifty lNlr. N. ti-*t; Thomas Pittlr, secy. New 

Mllfonl, New Mllford Fulr, H. ; I. K. 

llnnifcrford, secv. Newtown, Newlowu Fulr, 
8. 2R-27: P, II. Mi't.'arthy, secy, Orange, 
Orange Fair, s. 3, 4 ; A, it. Chirk, aecy. 
I'litniiui, I'litiiiiui Park Fair, S. 1-1; K. M. 
Arnold, secy. Ilockvlltp, Itockvllle Associ- 
ation Fair, H, 2f»-2T : A. I* Martin, may. 
Slmsbitry, HlmsMiry Fair. S. lit, 20 1 s. W. 
l''ddy,sccy. Mtnffoiit Sjirlngs. Hlnfford Mprlngs 
b'alr. Ii. !M; C. F. IteckwTib, sswy. Huffleh', 
Huflleld Fair, IK, I, 3l W. U. htlle«, secy. 
Huiitli Wnoilsloek, Woodsh.ek Fall', 8. 17-IP; 
I, II. Heiiiv. Kecy. Wiitcrlnicy. Waloibury 

Urlvlng Co. Fair, 8. ■ N. W. Neater, secy. 

Wllllmnntfi-, the llorsfRlme Park Agrlciilfii. 
ral Association Fair, H. 18*20: T. It, I.udd, 
wry. Wethersfleld. Weiherslleld Fair, S. 21V 
.7; F. N*. Grlswold, secy. Woleott, Wobitit 
(). | n jf, Upson, Be 



I'lilh-deliihlu.— 'ihe. nroJiM-t to erect an- 
other theatre adjoiulug the Lytic, at Broad 
and Cherry Streets, was revived last week. 
The plans were again sent to builders f,yr,re- 
<vlMd estimate* and there la a probability 
Giut a dedalte nonouiieemetit nhout the mut- 
ter wilt be made within the next two weeks. 
With th*' clawing of the Trocmiero, June :iu, 
only tnrw h»m** remain opi«i, the Lyceum 
Hi hoi ami Keith's. . 

KKiru'rt ill. T. Jordan, uianngcr) .— A tine 
and diverting bill, headed by Mnrlc Wain- 
wvlght, in the playlet, "Our Hiiby;" Is pro- 
vided week of July 2. Others who will con- 
tribute their services nre : Cnron mid Her- 
bert, Bedlnl and Arthur, Coin's dogs, Fields 
and Wmitey, AUfta Dugwelh .Gertrude Gcbes', 
I'dlmnMfi Cmnulv Four, Alexin and Srhall, 
Relff Brothers, Brown nnd-Oc Lores, Miller- 
ship HlNters, the Voiding nu 1 the klueto- 
graph. 

Mjui: tii, W. Rife, manager). — The stock 
Uurlesque voiitpiinv coutltiues to he the Sum- 
mer art i lift km at this house, and In drnw- 
tug good sl«ett houses. For week.ol 2, two 
lively burlesques. "The Mistaken Count and 
•Mistaken hleutltv." The olio ; Kennedy and 
Wllklns. F.duu Davenport, the Muryelous Wit- 
v.v\, Joseph K. Watsuu, ■umi- Adams and 
George. 

lvcimm (John ii, Jertoon, manngert. — vm 
Voltei'lug fur week uf 2 Is the Ainerlcsu Beau- 
ties. The olio Includes : The De Muths. Cnlo 
Sisters, Collins and Conley. ■ mwl Fannie Br- 
erett. The Freticli Gaiety Ulvls drew nice 
buslticHH last week. 

TuiK'Ahttiio (Fr«i Wllhuu. uiaungoi).— Ihe 
Iuaoccut Mulih. ufter a successful wcok aud- 
lug June ;w, ciVuctnded the seasm at this 
house. This has been the most siit-ceaHtiil 
reason In the history of iho house, every one 
of the forty-four weeks showing n hundsmne 
sum oti tho right side of the ledger. Next 
week estimates wlU be Invited for cxtcmtlvo 
iiltoi-Mtlons utid addltloiw to Hie bonne, which 
will Involve hu expenditure of |20,000. The 
plans. byAlvhirecfs J. It. McKlnirlrk ft Son, 
of New- Voik. provide for the leni-lng out of 
the ciitlie front, which will he eullrely re- 
niodeled n new lobby, with n wnlnseotltiK 
of art marble, will he Imllt, nnd Die neiitlng 
eiipiiclty of the first floor umi gullcrles will 
he considerably enlarged. Tttu nddlttouni 
exits from the gullerles wilt also be pro- 
vided. Work will bi> started At once, and It 
Is expeefed to reopen (In- house tnte In Au- 
gust. Mauager Wlllsou will remain in (own 
und immcHiulTy superintend the Improvements. 

Willow Ghovk 1'AitK |F. H. Lincoln, mau- 
m".ti.- Wulter Bryor, with hlu hniiU, Is In 
his final week, und will la' succeeded, on 
July 8. by Victor Herbert unil bla orchualra 
for a Hi tee weeks' engagement. Lust wuek 
pittrniiHgrt wus Hie largest or tho sensuu. 
The two trolley coinpniilc» and the mil road 
facilities tire being taxed lo the utmost tu 
handle the inuriense crowds. 

WooUHim: I'.mik. — h'lue nutronagr U belug 
tH*siowoit ou this resort. Whcelock's United 
Stnti'M Indian Baud \» giving two conceits 
daily, to well pleased crowds The limine- 
meat features me doing good bilslueHH. 

Wiiitm i.'iit (H. M. Aucliy. ihaiiagerj. — 
This rctiut't Ih receiving Its Hlitire of pTeiiHiit'i 
n'tkern. The Iluyol Veiietlnti lltttid coltlluuei 
pj lluil favor. 

WAHIIlNimiN I'AHK I W. J. Tll0in|iSijli, ntflu- 

ogerj. — HieuiiibotttH und trolleys are carrvlng 
lilg vrowdH to tills Helawme River lesori tu 
hear thu Rountii Imperial Haud. The shout 
the chiitea, the aerial railway mid the other 
feiltiirea an* ik/ln^ line bilHliiess. 

Notkh.- -Managers Kuirfmnu mid Miller 
have rivt'iiunged IMwlu Mlddletou and Win. 
('hit fur the irorepangh Stock for next urn 

mm HnsiticsH Miiuiiger Hovyard Wall 

will make u round of tin- Hummer stocks 
looking for muieiiiil for tbt> Stuudard stock 

for next bvhhoii 'i'lie Cli'irieK II, Yale 

Aiuii-ii'iiieiM t'o. will iJiuduce next Hi'miuii tUa 
tuiiHli'nt comedy, "I'nlntlng the Town." The 
more In hv Kei'ttiiiti I'cl-lvL iiu-.l the book bv 
WIIIIhui F. Carroll, Hullldfy and Leonard 
have lii't'u engngi*d for the prlnelnnl comady 

luirlH The Wheniley Sluck l.'o., a local 

amateur organisation, will [imbue (ho fol- 
IowIuk pltiys next sensuu : "Rlrhurd Cutvel," 
"Ruy lltus," "The Thiee Guiird^iueu," "'iiiu 
t'HrlMt hm" nnil "The Dictator." k 

I It Ml ■ I I. 

Altouitu. At Laketiiont Hark (0.0. 
Hartley, luuuugerl litrgu crowds visited ih* 
theatre, weuk uf June 2K. Harry Haker, a 
very clever uiuslciil 4-utnedluii, ;ipiH?an;d, and 
ns Altoutia ts bis homo, lurge nutnljers i»f hlu 
frlflifla ut t curled (hiring lits eiigageiixtut. 
Gn via and l'lutt were Isiokfit for the week, 
hut dlil not nppi'ilr. Hill week of July 2: 
Shorty mid Litllun He Witt, Hodge and 
llqdge, lieitlcy aud AuhGii, Roblu, comedy 
juggler, und Viola Duval. 

S'n'ii:. The new HIJuu Theatre Is being 

piialitfd along rapidly, mid will bu reudy to 
open early next huiibou, 

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Wllliitui»|iort. -Al tho ViGhunont 1'ark 
1'iivllloii (Lyintiu A. I'i'iiy, miinuger> V.ilht- 
uidii l Stock Co. colli limed to draw lafgo 
audtfDci-a In "Minn Hobl.it," June 2r>-27, and 
"The Masked Hall," 28-;hi. Due: "Love aad 
War" July 2-h -'A Wlfe'a Peril" r»-7. 

Notkh.-— WIllhiiiiHpurl's cisjleliuial celphru- 
tluu week of 2...... Mrs. M'slie Ciirfer, lu 

"Ziif.u," doilghted a lurge und cuibiiHlnNtlo 
dudlviifi' lit Lycoming Opera Hoimu Juno 'J'.i, 
cloning her seutnm. . 



KHMtiut.— At Island I'nrk Casino iD. K. 
He (juliie, muiifiger) tliH euierlHliiniitiit by Inst 
week's company, supplcmtmliul with the most 
ikwrvlug emuts of Mr. Wlcklu, thn etUcivnt 
aud popular young planlsi. proved on» of Ihu 
inout cnjoyahli!, If not thn most enjnyahli k , 
IbUH fur tills HCiison ul Ibis pouulnr Stiiu«i<>r 

liflt'k, ItllNllieSH vvmm exccedliiKlv lui'Kt', which, 

liuwiii'iir, Ik (ho cntm each week. Bill for the 
current week : Chinee Tummy West, Mrs. 
Doherty's poodles. Jules liiirroii, Morgan and 
CivjuL', J. Hover Weill and filu Vnn Sleklen. 
For week beginning II, Hu- uttraclloiis at thu 
park will Include tile fitmoun Dlrey Mlustrelu. 



VIllt.lMA. 



-i , 
J'nlr, 



(For Other Ralra fin page B»h 



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Tlfg Kinh-nkiik opened their eiigngpmetit 
nt Wonderland 1'srk, Wichita, Knn., Siitidity, 
June 2-1. where they nre the free iitfrni'tlnn, 
I'nlly 15.1X10 people saw their act Huudav 
afternoon, and nearly as nmiiy lu the eveji- 
Iiik. This is the first season Tor WoudctrlQud 
I'ark, nnd it gives promise of becoming one 
or-tliP finest places or amusement lu tliu 
West. 

Attain write* from Dublin, Ireland, under 
date of June 22: "I am ranking u few days' 
ftnv here, purchasing two lion cubs. 1 open 
la Farls Juns 2H." 



NorfiilL, At Oceuu View i'uhIho (Otto 
Wells, lucul tuaiiageri ibe Wclls-Uunne-HHr- 
lun Comedy C* opened for it week's ongsgu- 
uietit .hifn- 2n, to a packed house, and old a 
greut week's huslnosH. Vaudeville will hold 
the boBt'dH week <>f July 2. 

Bijou |Abh Kinlth, malinger).— lu addition 
lo the legtllnr stock, new people for week of 
2 lure; The British lllotide HurlcsiiucrK, I'ark- 
it nnd Wiude, Fuy und llrown, Annie Har- 
vey, WoIhIi und Robinson umi the Mu/jite 
HlHters. fiusliiusH Is good. 

At'Mi: (U'llkersou 5: Mniizle. inaimgers).- - 
I'eoplii fur week of 2 are: Fmukfort And 
Lnuil. Hilly Nnsniytb, Francis nnd Diishun, 
Cln iitlliu> Randolph, and Luclllu Mayileid, 
IhiMlnrHs hi good. 

Arm-j'uiur.M (.1. M. Hnrlon, mauager).— 
J'coiile for week of 2: Hnrrv und I'ciiiiihii, 
Clcdorlu nnd Lcgrnud, Irene Hillllvau, LewlH 
and Demur, Adams and Fierce, und Guy 
Johnson. BuslnesH la good, 

Manhattan ICrfhiilnii Bhis., lnunagersi. 
— ivop.v for week «f 2 : Luln l«uuard, thu 
Moddenis, Mtocklou mill Florencu, May 
Lemuels, Llllh' U'Wls. Minnie l'dttersou, aud 
Mildred MellH-ru. IluslnesB Is good. 

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GKI.AHUMA. ' 



i>kl«huiiifi Clll> — At the HIJuu Mr 

Dome' (K. J. Lnssitrrc. proprietor! hook'ngs 
far week of June 21 Included : Grace Cort- 
luud. .lurk Heinioii, Nut Hlussom, I'broston 
nnd Ml Inn. tii ]'l>. 

KMI'liit: (A. Fetlenslelti, . nmiiHKOrj.--I ; or 
week ol 24 the iuiiiingement made good with 
AUt-m and Hhifer, Hoivllle and Beat, Frnnk 
Voerg, i:. W. Cooper antl klnodrome, __, 



53.1 



July 7. 




BOOKED SOLID IH' VAUDEVILLE HO JUNE 





IQUARK M.-.t.Cv 
KJTWrg r Saw. THjaSflfffi. l'hliwlelphii. .:. • 



July 2, KEITH-PROCTOR UMION S 

July . 0. 

July in. 

July 23, 

July 29. 

Aug. ft. 

An j. 11!, 

Aug. | 19, 



. A«. -27, 

, srrt. X 

Sept. 10, 
Sept. II. 
Sept. 23. 
Hept. 30, 
OCL T, 
Oft. 14. 
Oct. 22. 
Oct. 29, 
Nov., B, 
Nov. 12, 
Not. 19, 
Soy. 25, 
Dec. 2. 
Dec. », 



KEITHS THEATRE, Boston. 

Travel. - ' i .' ." ; ' '--." ". " ■ . 

oitPHFUJi; sua Fnncbrco. .. ■ i ..;■. ■••.j • 

OUPIIKUM, Son Kranclaco. '. !.'.." .. 

ORPHEUS', ton Aogtle». 

ORPHEUS', Los Atsele*. ■.'..*-. ,-.-; 

Travel. '. •..- •-■■!. 

Oltl'llEIJM. Salt Like Cltr. M*4*t«> 
oupiieum, T>nver. . ' . 

Trawl.' ■ ' * ■ " - ■ .* 

OIII'DEITM. MlnoMPolU. 
ORl'ilEUM, St. P»ol. . . . . 

CRI'IIKDM, Omaha. • ". 

OHI'IIWTM, Kanaa. Cltv. ."..-:••■••.«;.« 

OltrHEUM, New Orltanp. i 

Travel: - ; /: >l» ': 

>f A.IKKTIC. Cb>a«o. .-. . 

HA-VMAttlCKT. Chlrago;: ......-., 

((BAND OPKKA HOCSE. IndlaiUHIO"* .. 
HOPKINS' THEATRE, Louisville. ■ •>•■'■ 
COLUMBIA THHATBB, Cincinnati- .. 
HOPKINS' THEATRE, Memplili. ..... 



I 

3, M&-ti WEEKS--AS FOLLOWS: 

.Drx.:WWMI'LE .THEATRE., Dotrp)!.. ;. - , . .■; 
Dec. 24. COOK OPERA HOUSE, Itpcoeiter. 
Dec. 31. SHEA'S THEATRE, Buffalo. ;:■.-.' 
Jan. 7, SHEA'S THEATRE, Toronto. 
Jan. 14. KEITHS THEATRE, Cleveland. 
Jan. 21. fiBAND OPERA HOUSE, Plttata!* , : ;i 
Jan. 28, SuABYLANI) THEATRE. Baltimore.- 

.Eeb.. •», CHASE'S. THEATRE. Washington-.;- • 

Ffb 11, KEITH'S NEW THEATRE, PEllldetpnla. . . 
Eel). 18.SEITH'S'TIIEATRE, Ronton, • .,-..■ •' ' 

Feb. .85, FAMILY THEATRE. Portland.. .' 

M«r.. 3,1 PARK THEATRE. Worcester. 

Mar. 11. : KEITH'S THEATRE. Providence. : I •■■- ' 

Mlr.!lK,.SAYOV THEATRE. Pall RHer, . 

Mar. 25, COLONIAL THEATRE. Lawrence. .. , 

April. ll'tillAUD- OPERA BOUSE, Syracnaa. . ' , 

April 8 KEITH-PROPTOR DHN fclQUABE.,-N. T.-Cr -"- 

ipr!115. EMPIRE THEATRE, Patereon. . ' 



April .-. 

Aprll22, EMPIRE THEATRE, Hoboken. 
April 29, TRENT, THEATRE, Trenton. 
May 8, POLI'S, New Haven. 
May 13, POLI'S, Hartford.' 
May 20, POM'S. Springfield, 
ilay 27, POM'S, Walerbury. •■.-.■ 

. June 3, 'Home on the farm for the Summer 



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HERE IS SOMETHING NEW! 

STAGE DANCING TAUGHT 



BY 




M 



JgHfl 1^. H OCAN'8 CHART AND PIA CHAM SYSTEM 

'• ' " '"' " '"' ' ' ^ fMtlM *■/•«•, «l HclI 

lortntr, araarlanca. to be 



eomtimccimB'iihidtfin. 
car. For lull p.rtlcolin 
•end 2-cint itainp lor Cir- 
cuit r.Proipielui, ilc, to 



#-*• 



WHO STOPPED THE FERRYBOAT? Booked by M. S. BEHTHftK. 



V1U produce.i. ntwiacj teaten of 1907 : 8,.'»IHf.apeclH acCTery and eteclo.. 



IIVI 



I. V. 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 

»THJ 

BOflRDINB HOUSES- 

PA1VAOB HOTOU. 101 RCnar* «., CrMWE- 
TRaVFAIjOAa.lltUJ E. 14, H.Y.. KlM} 

.iff..?: ffife&Slfc ISg 3glri&& 



w.bMb A Hadiion, OBIOAGO, 
O. 0. vaughkn, Prop, bmoiit 
Miii, American Plan, ts-ll f 
ir"l"dc.uol», " wdevUle patronage. Ipt UM 



HOTEL iT. DBMS, 130-138 WeBt-JIarketSt. 
IndlanapollB, Ind. OopvenleM to all tMattle, 

Beat LltUe H otel In molenapolln. Aclori' Ratea, 

CUHEHDOH HOTEL. KEKEiK.. 

• BIOI.EY * jniUitNOS. prop*/ ■■ •" 

If. Clark St., cor. Ontario, Chicago. 

Batee, M, 76 and H per day. $2 to to^er we«R- 



BOW TO iTARTIN BHOWTBljnUXJS. 

(Copvrtghtect), 8 dllfcreiit book», 10c. All Uudl art. 
gjagBBg iioHnoL. 837 u.ian St., rniia.,yn. 

HOW TO BBOOMK ACONTORTIOIUBT. 

Front and Back Bending, aachtHok I"n»»»«fJ 
HSc. Mnrpll«»«80k00l»_8> T N. lath St., rplla^ F» 



FOB SALB, MODKRN OP*™*," "**! 

Northern Ohio. Good.ehOw town, aMJMN ^ «00, 
seating capuclty, t.w. ptaamhoai, eliotrlo Ut 
city waterVcomiilete «et of uew ooenBry. Coot 
|0,t.oo. Price, W.M» to nulik buyer. 
6EO. M. SMITH, Conn Home Warren, Ohio- 



TBUT8B. IT. I, Hit. Bat. Ml. 

PAVTO-BBLASOOpreniltl 



"TBI 0TRL Of 



lBjkBUwar.'atitf' 

DATlrf EtLABOO. 



TB5 0OLDK 



PASTOlt'S 

14th ST. & 3d AVE,, ; 

COKTlNDOliS. 

HOIIDIY SHOW.' 4TBJULY "WEEK. 

KELLY AND KF.NT. 

.• -• FRED WYCKOPP * 00. - 

ALI, HONTHK AND ALL 

BAWLS AMD TON KACfTMAN. 

And aa a Special Feature 

BDWIS 8AKEK A CO. 

The Uozartl, Jeanre A Ellaworto, Demonlo A 

Bell«,.8mltb A. Reagan, Rlelly A Morgan, Keene. 

Juggler: Mike- scott. tbc vitagrapb.'and.aa'ah 

addea aUruclon, MISS LILLIAN SHAW. 




EUSII KINETOSCOPES, $75 

AVD ALL THE LATK8T AND MOST IM- 
PROVED "IOTIOV PICTURE 
"lAt HIVES. 




SI 





JOHN P. KOGAN, 

ELKS' HALL, 

Majestic Theatre Billiing, 

591* St. and 8th An,, 

New York City. 

Or enclote SI. 00 far let 
Lrnon, with lull Inslruc- 
tloni, Chirlt, Music, etc. 



AGENTH— Legitimate mnatltnte for 81ot Ma- 
cnlne* patented; Hells «t »l«M for II. Good tor- 
rltor y Vpn_P 1 r iL'- l ''^2°L S -'fi C " A °'" r,( '° ' InJ ' 



PAR19IES ROSE OLOTH-Ruu on cheeXa, 
It increases Veautv. It 1« jour dutv 'to :«rP«r »t 
jour best and a touch ot color attlnrtBla alcglU- 
mate nnd valuablo aid. It la harmlela. jeipor- 
rectly natural tint. Cloth lutta te vera ■ fg'""'. 9" 1 . 1 
aeale.l In plain euvetopo "f •••'"■. lS'Trltv 
Atento wanted. ParlalenP. Co., Box M3, K.Y t ity. 



FOR SALE, l!W Secondhand Opm CMdra, 
as good aa new. Most aelHivick. 1. J. LIBBih«, 
Ft.'Svayne, Ind. 



ttUBlC OI>.I»Wv>a^to'Jt*D/lJMJ«V»oC 

tor any Uatrnmont or nomMr ol ln»ttum»jt». 
gina^t)raaandinoiIo 1 akotth««,e^tMdttim»^ 
qhab! l, iJtwig. 4» wohnoad BL, otncuutttio, 



Johnaoatinrg,- Pe«n» 



FOR SALE, STEAM BERRY-Gu-'BOBSTJ, 

sivings and root room, Includlnu, building, Uhjea, 
soda water fountains, now running at sjiwjre 
aort In New York filly, wtlh more piVtlonlirfi, 
■■BiRO*K,"uareot 0L.1PPSJI. 



WANTED, Leading Man, CDiraoter Wornau. 

., .,•« \V.,..» umnrta Wv n»v *.-;neQS€B. S itf 

;helter, Ohio. 



Others w^"V"cr BtandiTwe pay e^penoca.8[ato 
all. Join quick. Wells stock Co., Wine 



"atXibertv-to.jois. WILD WEST OR 

CIHCU8. SIKEET FAIR or CARNIVAL, Sept. 1. 
Trained Hone, and can tide behind band with- 
out bridle. Fine,, paradexoatoure.,. 



PHOTO FROM fctFE ot MlM Oarrlc Weber, 
the most taruous and charming beauty of the day, 
accompanies each elmaiu Mty tent lyjil that 
mMt poindareong. "SWJ1CT UAROLINE," for only 
two dimes, rhoto Hone, 15 cent*. -AdOreM 

C. WEMER, L. B, 3.M7. Boaton, Maw, 



•t Btak Otan TMdLvrUla TkM,<*W, 

M MSIYEHFELD IS-, FEE'S. ; _ 

HAJtTIH BBCK, GENERAL leANAOl*. 
AII ifpllcatlow! for Tine Malt be AdSreaead 
to . C. ■. BEAT, Briollnjt Manager. 

IjgjajBj Theatre Building. Chicago,' 10. 



Huber's "ff Museum 

WANTED, lorlipenlng, Monday, July 30, 

& stboib cnaio bul bTtbaotiqi. 

Addre«s J. H. ANDBRSON, Mgr- as above 



GREAT CARMEN, 

i autistic jvooi.BR. 

Closing aot, with a new and novel llrilih. 
Per. ad., SICK AMSTERDAM AVE., K.T. 



BERTRAM MILLAR, 

4i w, jJui gf ., ttm tOrk; ». 



AI^ieE> ALVA 

HOVBtTY MCSICAI. ARTISTE, 

"TrlE LADY 'WIIB THE OLARIOHBTJ' 



Gill Brown 

AddreER xh Aehlaad Block, Chicago. 



'. 39 6BRBAHD ST;, WWboN. W. 

TAFFVOLTA& ROBERT O'MEERS 

Aituti wanting European time vfrlle.awttngopeii 
time and tertna. Oab'e,' "ApOWIC.'V IiOSDOW 



PROF, PERRINO 

KINO OF ALL- LION TRAINERS, 
with Al. P. Wbaeler'e New Model BtovW. 



Adgle and Her Lions. 

Tiurlng England for the Summer. Address N. Y. 
OLIPPER Offlce, 19 Cranbourn St., W. C, London, 
England. K. Y. addteas, 210 East lltli St.. V. T, 



WANTED HUICKtM»u Piano Player, dotlble- 
parts. Good HJt Fakir, wilt do. Ben. fcople that 
double brass, vaudeville People. Year engage- 
■ ment tor soherpcople. Wcpay all. STEVKNH A 
MOBSMAN STO CK CO., atx Ulgh8t.,Bt, Lonls, M o. 
AT LIMURTT, -To Join Anj' dood. First 
Clas,! Mrdlcluc. Co.. Manama-Wife; T>"»'°«" B ,; 
Strong Lecturer, Ofuce Workar owl fctjiert 
Teeth Bxtractldg. The mnn whn, gels the 
money.- i'« ycora' eleprlence In. the Med. 
rSSttC. Udy Pianist: Sight Render. Will- 
Ing'Workor. Iloth lady and genlleaiau at all 
times strictly auber and reliable. RLAtti 
NOW. Address, by letter only, '• . . ., ■ ■ 
PR W. I), in'NTER, Wnablngton. Indiana 



FOR SALE-no' Frisco nlldes, I7.»; etoreoptl- 
con, tio; aaets «ong slldea, »», all $22. Kearlv new, 
dep.onexam Rob't M'aldron. CarTilliercvllle. Mo . 

WANTED— First Class Attractions .and Con' 
ccsatonato write tor the last Tor. Celebrations' 
Oneoftho biggest money and crowd getters In 
the Tor. Addre*a all com. to. ^ :■ . . _.-, 

M. A. PH II j.l l'S, Sec. Brama/n, OM . 

WANTED, MAOICIAN wltti First Class lllu- 
Htou. Ah nrasou's work to Tight parlv. No night 



show, but trout 10 A. SI. to 5 P. H. will buy A ga. 
Iltdo, or any goDd Illusion If reasonable. Mrs. \ an 
Oanip, Exposi tion Park, Conncaut Lake. P a. 



PERFORMER*! WANTED— To strengthen 
show, one or two- traaful performers; one must 
down an'd double concert. Prefer single man, or 
roan and wife., Show yrar 'round. Low, sure 
ealary.. A ddress per r oute. WILLIAM TOOT. 

>Ar ANTED, 

GOOD REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

lo all branches of the 'profession.' tor balance of 
'Summer and the winter season, stale full par- 
ticulars In first letter. FltANK 11. CAMPBELL.: 
Week of July a, K manning, Pa.; wookof Julys, 
lilalrsvlllo. Pa. 



At Liberty. Uatflng Ladf, Talenle. Yc-ng 

KMOTlONAIi AOTRKRS, Who hM Ihw^MMM 

Also stiiJcn: of Leading Colleges of OmtoiTiBDd 
Grftfliimect SWnhope^ittttiTortDraiiiAtir.seiioo). 
only lint « in-s coniMQltis Mid respooslblo man- 
RRers coiaBideTe«i. Ou'' itlccn' preferred. Would 
I'otiflliior'OiTerfl Jmni well known VMudevIlift uru 
jBts whu Olive good boot log, AM. I. w .OLIPFKR. 



11 f MAT Mil AW MEEKER. . . 

Catclilest VsU '■ Song of the season. Just out and 



aSCRB Hit. Fret to professionals for CBrd:eud 
Btamp; orohcstratlous, a parte, Inc. Also , .. 
THOU ART EVER NEAR." 
By same Author, ^6c. Address and trade supplied 
by ■■MBBK.EK MpaiO CO.," FarmlDgton, Mlon. 



IV MOTION PICTURE MACHINE*, 

STEREOPTU CVS and ACCE880RIE). 

fATAtOBl'F. ON APFI.ICATIO«T\ 

REGI'L.tn lUln. HEELS, POota,: HARD 

I.IME8, 93cta. PER BOX. BEST 

4 An. I ONDENSERS, Ml 

BY -I til,, $I.'J.l. 

CAJXBON8 M 1 13, PER 10!>, S4.U1. 

FILMS 



fUS«»l 



SEND FOR MAMMOTH LIST OF 
FILMS FROM 3c. to 8c. PER FOOT. 

4«^^%^*V»*av*V*aV*V*a/*a... ■■ 

Alio 
.Slides. 

^*A^4MV%.4fc4ay*-jW«JV 

MOTION PICTURE MACHINES 
AND FILMS WANTED. 

MHACHiCD. 8 ?I.^ rt pf. 1 - 



CARD. io\^3toCvSi 

Theatrical Underwear. 

"Wfi carry « complete and be auttfnl ftsiertment at Drawer* and Sklrta .lor 
d*m t ng. elaborsMly trimmed with L»r p, mt prlcoa LOWER TH AS' E1.SFW HE R F 

For rae'riy yean, -we have offered Ule very beat and most reliable Theatric*! 
Goads' te' the profeeiloa at lowoat poaalble prices, and ear repntatlon In thii 

respect Is WF.I.I, KNOWS. 

IMPORTERS OF SILK HOSIERY AND TIGHTS. 
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. 

BROADWAY, 8th and 9th STS., N. T. 



ELTINGE 



J 
u 

~^ FEATURED 

I PALACE - LONDON 

A 0, h, HARRAS, Personal M?r. . . 
N : M.S. BINTHAM. 





Hv tbu Succcaaful AUtUot, I.EM B. PARKER, 
Can bu Itaued for aeaaou 1Q0A-7 for use nlglit 
Bltnill or ruportolrc at a reasonable rovaltt, wltb 
accaerr. Adldrem E. U. UKUEKNKH, I 

■ ;*» Wooaiand Ave., Uulto 1, Clavclabo. 0. 



WANTED, ACTS 

FOR HGDIOnm 8B0W PLATFORH. 
0O0I1 COMUDIAN, rANILV HAND. Keeu tvay 
itruo»ar-i«. I>R..IAME.H CARSON. I 

tjnice, g Ban k ol Toron to, Londo n, Ontf I 

SNAKES. 

Otiolce tot. of PytUotis, Bulla and 1'lno Siiflkcs nt 
the lowest prices. UruKf to riandle. * ' " * 

J. HOPE. Vo. ._3ft N- yth frf., rmiHoelphla. Pa, 



JUST OUT, 124 PABE ILLUSTRATED MA6IG 

CATAl.onrjn, 23c.: HDP. CATAL., 6c Nona 
fr»». Onli'N. H Apnt for IIaliatnf.i He. 

>V. 1>. LliBOV, lUif Court bt„ Brnton, Htf>. 



NEW (MANAGEMENT 

Twin Gity 
Opera House, 

McConnelgviale, Ohio. 

For open time, addreai • • 

TUAV1S 4 ALDERMAN. MaDa 6 ;ri. 



WANTBP, POR 

REPERTOIRE, 

.Two cea. Bob. Acore, both to doable la bind: 
cat to doable cornet, Woman for Leeds and 
Juveniles, WotnAarorCaaractore. people doing 
epeotfiltiis preferred. State all first letter. Re- 
Tie>»r6»l8 Svlj 33. Silence a pollt« oegsttve. 
Addreea . ; 

QlFtORD-UAERIWO CO.. Mt. Carroll, 111. 



MED. LECTURER Wanted, 

That -Ib active. Must bave Rood appearaDce, be 
eocpe^sTul office man and a gentleman. 

VERSATILE PERFORMERS 

In all lines, that can change often and work In scu , 
Preference given those that ptay organ. State 

Balary, when yem can join, and all yon do. 
NATURE'S REJffEDY CO., Phtla., Pa 



CARLCLAIR, 

BARNUM and ^ BAILEY BANDU ASTER 
AND HIS SUPERB MILITARY BAND. 

Re-enaaged tbr ".»n. of 1SOT and 1908 fey .11 AN AOKII GEO. O. STARR, all tba- 

Grand Mu.lrul F.atui. or the BARNUJI anil B AILKV 

GREATEST SHOW OX EARTH. 

p. s-musicians wanted iiiediately rsassa-. 

BB-FLVT or MOJSSTEU E-FLAT BAS8- RXPERIERCED BASS DRUMMER, Cor- 
sjata, ,yiarlan»U, Btc. Addresi CARL CLAIR, care of B. A B. Show, per route. 



STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPE L f N L E L » 

Apply for lowest Tatos and tall narilenlara to HAYMOrfD «V WHTTCOHB CO.* 
• B In ton Sqaara West, New York. Send Scent stamp for Travelers Coadeas«dOal4s. 



THE DANCING VIOLINIST U^) 

"GREATEST MUSICAL SURPRISE Iff VAUDEVILLE." 



At Liberty neit aeaaoa for vaudeville or compaDy. 



Add 423 West istti Street, N'. Y. aty. 



LIBERTY 

WALTER-MONROE and 8T. CLAIRE-SIEIU 

JDVENILB8, GENTEEL OLD MEN. JUVENILES, OHABAOTEIIS. 

LIGHTSISO CHARACTER CHANGE SPECIALTY. AddrtiS GEN. UEL.. Toledo, Ohio. 



AT LIBERTY, 

Advance Agent 

willing to eogage an Second Mao, Id order to get 
the experience. Strictly sober, and a wiliiug 
worker- A. W. LowoAcre, 

. 212 W. Cherry St., New OsstJe, Pa. 





LOCATIOHS VAHTED Ilf FAEKS, 

8D1BBB BESOHTS, 8EA8H0IE 

1E801T8; ALSO Ilf CITIES. 

State best terms, rent, lease or percentage. 

UNTVKRSAL ROLLER SKATING RINK CO.. 

Room (MMI, 1,431 Urosdway, N. Y. City. 



To Gircfl5.Pflople.-ORe Leopard Gat, Male, 

Full grown and pretty. Also Ignanaa.iJi to oft. 
long. Can supply dealers and -clnyiHea. at any 
time, JO!jlEPH 1TARR1S, Tanjplco, Mexico. 



To let, WASHINGTON HALL. 

Finest llalljn Rahway. Newly reuovated. Season 
1906-190T. By day, week or ne»eon. Scmrevour 
0R1E8 BROS., Rahway, N.J, 



LYCEUM COMEDY 60. WANTS 
REPEKTOIKE PEOPLE IN ALL UlfES. 

Ken to doable band. No parades. Also few more 
Musicians for Band and Orrheetra. Treasurer aad 
A No. 1 Agent wanted, ftalarv, what you are 
worth. If you don't make good you can't etav at 
linflac F^yjourown- 
^^ J. B. MtEVOY. Mgr., Lewlston. Me. 



WlQlld it OMi, 6000 COMEDIAN, CLOWN, 

Other Clroofl People. Good image. Tonr moner 
every week. No boor.ern or manhera. BERT 
SILVER CIRCUS, WddievlHe. Mich., or Route. 



WANTED QUICK, ALL 'ROUND COMEDIAN. 

tiootT'ebmed/ lp »vta and specialties. Give 
lo\v»»t,«Mn«nii«»lr*, wiek ritamla. 
KEKMJDrXOUEDV CO.,' Dfpo.lt, N..Y. 



CANES AND WHIPS. 

iDmenn aaaortmeot of Canes, Knives, Flash 
Oooda, J.wolrj. Jap Paraaola Dmbrellaa, Fancj 
Wblrja etc. CLCVELaJID CANS 6o„ 

Catalognatrw. deraland, OMo. 



cmc mih Piweer Insic Pnb. Co. (ist.) 

OUrlB rlltHo, tot Manhattan Bidg.. nmcmo.ni. 



_!. A. HAWKINS, 

Hfr, ot QTmnaatlo Apparatus, 835 E. «th 8t.. K.y. 
formcrlrotusK. 13th St. llorlr.ontal bars, loan 
log hoard* and ban, barrels, crosses, ftlohoa etc- 



Ainn For L»ase. Sate or Storage, 

I ■ ^a PC ^K Repairs and Altemtiocs Made 

WHIIM 55(1. BcimryCirtor8.il. 

. K. «. CAR WORKS, ra ., , 1, , aj, j # 



USE A "CROSS" 



LETTER HEAD 

AKD WORK EVERY WEEK. 

Free Samples, Contracts, Tickets, Envelopee. etc. 

CROSS » ? ,S!Bffitei.: CHICAGO 

Pkg. bFAOE HONFr", 15c. BOOK OP CUTS, »C. 



WecarryaBwellllneofS!LVERWARE,JEWELBl. 
WATCHES, and NOVELTIES at prlcea that we 
rijlit. Htadquarters torTlieatricalJewt'lry. Write 
for tllD3t rated catalogue, sent Tree. The old reliable 
B.C. CHER A CO., 84 Wabash Ave.. Chicago. III. 



HIGH GLASS 
MAGICAL APPARATUS 

At moderate prices. Large stock, ininesie 
variety. Iiinatrated Cataiogue Free. New Mam- 
motD Catalorie Just leaned, 20o. Jrjst oot, Hat or 
new books on Magic and new Met of bargains in 
tilcltB A. ROTERBERO. 176) Onmio St, OMca|Q. 



NIAGARA'S ROAR! 



! In but llttio loader than that of an audi 

I dleace laughing at the parodies, mono 

lojMiea and skcichcH In MADISON'S 

BUDGET No. 10, loo paaeri. • 1 per copy. 

■IAMBS MADISOK, 

140J Third Avcnne. New Torlf. __ 



l 



CONTRACTS 

LKTTKR UEADS. ENVELOPES, TICKEJS. 
rASSHS, CARDS, ICtc. Write tor Sampl" 
Wrbb I'lg. Co., 338 Dearborn St., CnlcagOjjH; 



MANUSCRIPT PLAYS 

^S^T<14 LA SALLE ST SE.. 



Ladies' Wardrobist. 

ailghlly Worn QOWNS for toe Stage «d Streat 
t'lUtaa tea Hit. Mr,. A. PECE, _ 

317 Blue Islam At.., Onlcato, SI- 



July- 7.. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPEB;* 



535 



TABLE OP CONTESTS. * 

■ ■—■-■■ Page. 

M iu Clipper's Anecdotes, Etc. . . $27 

Freak Odell ud Boat Klnley— Sketch 027 

World of Players 52T, uJ0 

The Man Who Wrote "Old Folks it Home"— 

Poem 027 

Charles Andreas— Sketch 528 

A Group Of Charming Girls — Sketch 528 

Additional Fair*..'. , 528, 533 

A Passing BevhJW of TBI CLiPPaS Workers— 

IlIuatratJoM 320 

Directory of Tent Show People. 5*J0, 531, 532. HS 

ogaiiiaa Answered 044 

Lea Spenser's Lyceum 044 

OM taeBoad 538.544 

Our Chicago Letter.... 044 

Clipper Pool Office :■>«'. 545 

Vaudeville and Miustrvl 540. 547 



Vaudeville Route Lin 035. 53B 

New York City 540 

Our London Letter 53d. 537 

Miscellaneous 088 

Deaths tn the Profession 341 

gome Old Circus Bills 041 

THEATBICAL CORRESPONDENCE. 

Pennsylvania 033, 035 

Virginia 03a 

(jkliboma 033 

District of Colombia 044 

Montana...... 544 

South Carolina 544 

MastachusetU ££!• fft 

,N«w York State 037,545 

Maloe 045 

Indiana 543 

Waiblegton \Hm. 543 

Golorailo 038,543 

Louisiana »4o 

Ohio ■ 537.543 

Maryland 54 ? 

Iowa 540 

Kentucky 543 

VermoDt 345 

Canada.... Bg 

rBSuiiV S 

CounecUcut 53T 

Utah '-••*S5 

Minnesota... gg 

MgnWnTl HI 

Michigan 037 

We.t Virginia 5»7 

New Jersey -38 

m*wr * t""B 

Tennessee -.- -3« 

Tew 9U 

LATEST BY TELEGflAPH. 

i GOLDEN GATE GLEAN'IMJS. 



Hpccial Dispatch to Thb Xbw York Clippeb. 

r 8AN Francisco, July 3.— At toe Orpheum 
treated at the ObutCti) the bill week uf 
July 1 Includes: Julia and Karl Helnrlchs. 
Ma'cart's dogs and monkeys, the Majestic 
Trio, Jiunlta AUeo QQd company. Cliff >Jor- 
dOn, Darom Bros., Wilfred Clarke and com- 
pany, and Orpbeum motion pictures. 

' notes. — San Francisco is to have a new the- 
atre la the burned district In the Park Theatre, 
which oi-cuples the old Central Park grounds 
at JJlghth and Market Streets. Drama will 
hold the boards, and an eicelleut stock com- 
pany comprising many of the old time Alca- 
?.ar and Majeuttc players, will be seen In first 
class performances. The new show house 
represents Ihc enterprise of Ernest E, HoweM 
and M. If. Dodge. It Is to be first class In 
dii particular. The Park Theatre la a 
Urge affair It will seat 1.700 people. ""I 
(.Overs a lot of extensive area. The thea- 
tre will be flanked with a row or stores on 
lilghtb Street. It is a frame structure, ad- 
mirably constructed for a playhouse. The 
main floor of the boose Is inclined on three 
sides so that an excellent view of the stage 
may be bad from any part of the house. 
The stage Is one of te largest ever con- 
structed In the city, and baa all of the 
latest electrical appliances for scenic and 
spectacular productions. It occupies the 
southern end of the theatre, the entrance 
being on Market Street. There Is an 
elaborate system of exits. "Hearts of 
Tennessee" will be staged for the opening. 
The Tark Theatre presents the first oppor- 
tunity for the public to see first cIbbb drama 
since ibe tire. The members of the company 
which will play the opening bill are: George 
Ogbonrue, Joseph CHllonban. WIMum Rogers. 
Benedict McQuarrle, Frank Bacon. Elmer 
Boolh. Miss King, Marie Howe, Oza Wal- 
lop, Aggie Williams and others. 

»■» 
j PENNSYLVANIA. 



Plttauurv At the Nixon ''Thus. F. Kirk , 

Jr., manager) the Nixon Theatre Co. pre- 
•tote- "The Serenade" July 2-7. Last week 
•Rubin Hood," by the same company, did 

*£ — * , 

.Guam. (Harry Davis, manager*. — The fol- 
lowing bill week of •£ : Uskey and Itolfe, 
Military Octette, Mabel Keith, "the Girl with 
the" Daton," W. C. Fields. Ray L. Royce. 
Todd-Judgc Family, Josephine Giissman ami 
her picks, Saona, Swan and Bambard. Del- 
more und Uuireii, Barto and Utterly. Nellie 
Sutler and company, Uelff Bros., Moiencc 
aundera, und the cinematograph. Business 
etlll continues good. 

I Luna Paiik— Rosetra and his baud are 
furnishing music this week, and Mabel Me- 
Klritey ia soloist. Business has been very 
good. 

'Dkuah Cm.— The Hippodrome Circus con- 
t|mies, and is well patronized. The Metropoli- 
tan Band furnished the music. The feature 
fij:t is the open I* the high diving horses. 
Business has been fair. . 

. Oakwood.— The Caroegle Concert band, 
Sunday. 1, and the usual vaudeville bill will 
lie presented during the week. 

: SouTHEttN.— The Grand Army Band played 
Sunday afternoon and evening, and the usual 
vaudeville bill during the week. 



I Kenntwood. — The Second Brigade Baud, 
Sunday afternoon and evening, 1. The Knick- 
erbocker Four will appear during the week, 



Bublness has been very good. 
; Wbht Vibw.— NirelVs Band, 
ternoon and evening. 



Sunday af- 



fcrle. — At Waldameer Park (Thoa Ma- 
Iqney, manager) very large business was done 
week' of June 24, with every day picnics, and 
rise vaudeville bv Billy Johnson and Creole 
Belles, who continue week of July 2. 

■ Four Milk CrtEOK <H. T. Foster, mana- 
ger). — Large atlendoDC* during last week. 
Vaudeville, wlih Kdythe Doyle. Bad Far- 
um Trio, Klchards. Josephine. Gusaman. una 
the rtunnon Trio all are continued for week 

■ t July li. 

. Notk.— IjMlge No. «7, B- P. O. Klktj, was 
verv pleasant ir eiirertained by a visit from 
Billy Johnson and his Creole Belles Tuesday 
'eronlng, June 26. Everybody went home 
kjn with cheers for Billy. Dr. Harvey 
added to the entertainment with cornet solos. 



Lancaster At the Uoof Garden (Cnaa. 

M. Howell, manager) current attractions In- 
clude : Beno. Richards and company, Sydney 
Grant, Kennedy and Quutrelll. Kay Holland, 
Black and Jones, Brockman, Mack and Bel- 
mont, and moving pictures. 

- Rooky Spmmjh Paiik.— The Mamie Flem- 
ing Stock Co. continues Its engagement, pre- 
senting "The Father's Crime," July 2-4, and 
"A' Night in Chinatown'' 8-7. 

t • | 

York— At the HIghiend Park Theatre 
(York County Traction Co., managers) the 
stock company, under the management of N. 
Appel, with Helen Orayce In the leading role, 
baa been drawing very large houses. 

I ♦■» 

' " Ubnat B. Irving will open bis engagement 
«t -the New Amsterdam Theatre, Oct 8, In 
Stephen Phillips' "Paulo and Francesco,' and 
will be seen in "The Lyons Mail," "Chatles 
I." "Ixiula IX." "Maurvcette," "Hamlet," and 
■uvlago, in, "Othello." 



jjjjigjj Route pit 

THIS Hat la »■*• op as nearly ao- 
carate aa It la p» a «ibi«- to taaice a I lit 

f* TaodevllU houklngi. To Inmrr In- 
sertion la this department the name* 
of the theatre or Mark* as vrdl as the 
cltr or towi, MtfiT aoeeaaaar eask 
booking seat as. 

Acme Trio, Hj-uii Park. Columbia, S. U. 

Avker A Collins, Cleveland. .17. 

Adair t Dotin. East End I'ark. Metniiuli. Teno., 

2-7; MtJesUc. Chicago. U-H. 
Adella. I*. Lake Fark. Klvgntuti, Can., 2-1; Brit- 

tanla Park. Ollawa. OIL 
AddlNOo k LlTlogiton. Eaplre, UuqiuouU. 111., 

AIJo & Amour. Carnlral. 'Wyoailug. 111., 'J-7. 

Alllsoui |8), Kelth'H, S. V. C. 2-7. 

Alrlno* (l), Weaooa Beacb. Bay Clly. M 1 uh . , 2-7. 

Alloe, Mile., Bljwi. DulutL. Ulna.. i!-7. 

AI?ln Bruu.. 01 cot t Beach, N. Y.. 3-7. 

Albene A La Brunt, Cook's Park. b>aiM*llle, lad., 

814. 
All, Banter A All. Pastor'a. t. T. 0.. 2-7. 
Alva, Alice, Lagoon, Ludlow, Ky.. 2-7. 
Alvlno* (4). Weooaa Beacb, Bay City. Ulvb., 3-7. 
Alfarabl. Sadl, Keith's. Cleveland. 2-7. 
Allen, Leon A Bertie, Colllus Qardeoij, Colanboa, 

O.. 8-7. 
Almoud, Tom A Edith, Klectrlc Park, Newark, 

N. J.. 0-14. 
Allen, Joanita, A Co., Caules, San Fran., CaL, 

1-7. 
Atthea Twins. Proctor's. Albany, N. Y., 2-7. 
Alburtux A Miliar. Hippodrome. London, Eng., '£■ 

Aug. U ; Umpire Tour, 14-31. 
Alexte A Subell, Keith's, Phlla.. 2-7. 
American Trumpeters (4). Lakeside Casino, 

Akron. O., 2-7. 
American Trio. Henderson's, Couey Isluad, N. Y., 

Auierlcaii NewHboys Quartette. Wonderland Park, 

Danrllle. III.. 2-7; Grand. Hamilton, U. II 14. 
Anderson A RejnoldH. Olympic, Cblcay). 2-7. 
Apnleliy. B. J., Moberlj, Mo., 3-7; Hiouz Lily, 

la.. 0-14. 
Apnlale'a Bears A Dogs, llwnlgwuiery, Ala., 2-7; ■ 

Atlanta, Oa.. 9-14. 
Ardelle A Leslie. Pavilion, Pt. Allevbutiy, I'a., 

ST) HanlHO'H Ft., Toroato, Can.. OH. 
Armbet-K & Uorette, (>j;m Uak Park, Hallo.. 2- 

7; Klein's Park, Balto., 014. 
Ai-mlnta A Burke, Farm. Toledo, 0., 2-7; Avon 

Park, Yoongstowii, 11-14. 
Armstrong*, Famous (3>, Henderson's. Couey Is- 
land, X. Y.. 2-7; Steeplecbate Pier, Atlantic 

City. 3L L, 0-14. 
Archer & Crocker. Wllriwwd Park. Putnam, Mass., 

•2-7: Beacon Park, Wetater, »-14. 
Armond, Grace. Lincoln. Neb.. 2-7. 
Ashtons (2), Lake Nlpniuu, Uxbrldge, llass., 3-7; 

Brooks l il t . Park. Atbol. 0-14. 
Austins, Great, Marion. Ind . 2-7. 
Auer A De Uuzo. Cedar Point, Suadoiky, O., S- 

Auatins, Tossing-. Wcnona Park, Bay Uty, Mk-h., 

2-7: Riverside Park. Saginaw. 9-14. 
BurrowaLaiicaifter Co., rroctor's, Albany, N". Y., 

2-7. 
Bantu. Four. Bbea'rt. Buffalo, 2-7. 
Bailev A Austin, Forest Park, tit. Loals, 2-7. 
Baker k Baker, Hlmlra, S. Y.. 2-7; unlarlo 

BeHcb. s-14. 
■areta A rawins. Lyric Park. Ft. Smith. Ark., 

2-7: Lvrlc Purk. McA (ester. I. T-. B-14. 
Barnuto A Diaz, Freebody Park, Newport, R. I., 

Barry A Barry, Fontaine Ferry Park, Louisville, 

Banks'. Charley, Bijou, Osbkosb, Wis., 2-7. 
Bato & Erne-t. Tumbling -Dam Park. BfldgHOS, 
X. J., 2-7; Central Park. Allwilown, Pa., D-1L 
Uakffr. Edwin. A Co., Pastor's, N. Y. C. 2-7. 
Baudv & Wilson, Iowana Park. Des^Slolnes, In., 

BaW, Louie Vf.. Empire. Santa Cruz. Csl.. 2-7. 

Bantu Bros. A Von Dell, River ton Park, Furtl&wl, 
Me.. 2-T. 

Burto A LaRerty, O. O. H., Pittsburg, 2-7. 

Barry A Wolford, Pastor's, N. Y. C. 2-7. 

Barnes. Fun!. Proctor's, Albany. N. Y., ,2-7. 

Barry t Penman. Auditorium. Norfolk, Va.. 2-7. 

Bedinl A Arthur, Keith's. Pblla.. 2-7. I 

Berwre Misters. Hendenon'a, Oouey island, >. 
Y.. 2-7. 

Benton. Elwood A Maggie, Ouvernator'i. Atlan- 
tic Cltv, N. J.. 2-14. ■ 

Bell A Henry, Henderson s, Coney Island, N. I., 

Bennett, Motlcal, Oleutangy Park, Columbus. 0., 

BeTl A Bk-bards, Luna Park, Johnstown, Pa., 2 7. 
Bell Trio. Haopyland. Wiunlpea. Can.. 2-7. 
Beuty & Price, White City. Springfield. 111., 3-7 ; 

Stone, Bedford, hid.. 914. . _ . . 
Beiford, Al. 0. » Ma2le, Thayer's Park, Anister- 

Bedouln "Arabs "(8), Fontaine Ferry i'ark, Louis- 
ville. Ky.. 2-7. 
Bennett * Sterling. Hollywood Pavk. Balto-. 2-i. 
Bei'itei-c. Valerlt!, A Co., Majestic. Cb!cag». I 7. 
Bergere Bros.. Iowana Park. Dw Moines, la.. 27. 
Blssett A Scott, Electric Park. Newark, N. J.. 

Bison City Trlo>. People's. Leuventrortli, Kan., 2-7. 
Bingham A Tbornton, Lake View Park, Terre 

Hante, Hid., 2-7. 
Bkissoui, Nat. BIJuii. fetawaee. Okta.. 2-7. 
Blair It McNulty, Greenpohit. Dcadwood, S. D.. 

2-14. 
piinii-i.hi A Hebr. Fulton Helghla Park, Kalls- 

hory. N. C, 2-14. 
Black & r^alte. Crystal, Omaha. Neb., 2-7. 
Bowery Quarietle, Atlantic City. N. J.. 2-14. 
Bowery Newsboy Pour, Forest Park, St. Louis, 

Bowery Boys Quartette, Forest Park, St. Louis, 

Bon-Mvrtls _Co., Steeplechase Inland. Bridgeport, 

Botler, Henry. A Co., Idura Park, Youugstown, 

O.. 2-7. 
Bootblavk Quartette. Original. Olentaiigy Park, 

Columbus. O.. 2-7: Beyers Lake, Canton, 0-14. 
Bnvliin. Arthur A Mildred, Sbea's, Buffalo, 2-7; 

Keltb's. N. Y. C. 014. 
Bradley A OaTls. Woodlyune Park, Camdeu, N. 

J„ 2-7; Couleavllle, Pa., 0-14. 
Bryant A Savllle, Doroey Park, Atleutown, i'a., ■ 

Bradley A Davis, Woodlyune I'ark. Camden. N. ].. 

Brooks. Franklin A., tirallot Park, Dunkirk, N. 

V.. 2!-7. 
Bradlfy. Hnrgarct. Paik. Brklgeton, N. J., 2-14. 
Brown & Delore*. Keltb'i, I'hlia.. 2-7; Kelta'a, 

N. Y. C. D-14. 
Browa A Du tare, KcilliV. PUlia.. 2-7. 
Browning. Ftorn, Soutliern I'ark. Pittsburg, 2-7. 
Braati, tieliaa. Shea's, Uun~Hlo, nil. 
Britrons. The, Kstahllbh \ards. Moaeaw, Bus.. 2-3X 
Bradfvraa. The, Wliite City, Worcester, Mas*., 2- 

7; Henderson's, Coney Island, X. Y„ 0-14. 
Brutal Trio, Relay, Naliunt. Ms**., 2-7. 
Bristol's Ponies. Fall'. Plattatmrg. X. Y.. 2-7. 
Browne, Tom, Whistling, WcDona Beuch, Bay 

City, Mich.. 27. 
Drown. Jack, k Millar Wright, lttii Ward. Wll- 

ralngton, Del., 2-7; Young's. Atlantic City, X. 

J., 0-14. 
Bu-cU Family. Airdome. Hulcblrwoa, Kau., 2-7; 

Alrdome. i:m|K>rU. v-14. 
Burkes. Juggllntt, Grand. Sail Diego, Cat, 2*7. 
Burke's Musical Dogs, Leslugton Park, Bnetou, 

2-7. 
Butler. Nellie. A Co., G. O. H., Pittsburg. 27. 
Brjcb Bros.. Keith's. Boston, 2-7; Proctor'a, Kew- 

ark, N. J.. 0-14. 
Budwurth A Wells. Emiilre. Oklahoma, Okla., 2- 

7: Airdome. Pittsburg, Kan., 914. 
Burton A Buxton, Bescoa Park, Webster. Masa., 

Bumly A White, lltb Ward. Wllmluvtou, Del.. 2- 
7: WllUnl's New Pier, Ocean City. X. J., 1M4. 

Burke A Urllue. Andre, Ouunorsvllle. Ind., 2-7. 

Burns A Flan, Henderson's, Coney Island, N. Y., 
2-7; North Beach, X. Y. C-. K-14. 

Buiiklejs, The. Beacon Park. Webster. Mass.. 2-7. 

Burgoyuc, Barry, Blectrlc Park, Newark, N J., 

Buckner. Great. AmbaMsadear, Bucharest, Uuo., 

2-31 : Os Budnvfra, Budaiiest, Aug. 1-31. 
Buhfh-Hermart. Park. I'ltlsfleld. Mass., 2-7. 
Byers A Hermun. Keith's, Cleveland. 2-7. 
Byres A I!Um.li, Crystal. Kttkomo. Iud . 2-7; 

Crystal. Logansport, 0-14. 
Byron A Laogdon. Shea's, Buffalo. 2-7; (J. O. H., 

Pittsburg. 0-14. 
Canton, Albrrt. Fair, Plittsborgb, X. Y.. 2-7. 
Carson Bros.. Sheedj'a, Newport. B. L, 2-7. 
Casflil A De Verne. Spring Grove Park, Hprlog- 

oeld. III., 2-7. 
Cantareull, Mile., Soiimer Park. Montreal, Can., 

2-7. 
Casady (2^>. Daihlnrtoo's. Moliue. 111.. 3-7. 
Carr A Llnd. Canton, o., 2-7; O. O. H , Pitta. 

hurg. Pa.. 0-14. 
Cadleux. Rlvemide Park. Montreal. Can., 2 7. 
Carletou. Baker W.. Crystal, Toledo. O.. 2-7. 
Carroll k Clarke. Maankm's Park. St. Loala, 2-7, 
Carfownlt Biatert, Oakwood Park, Pittsburg, 2 7. 



Cams. Enimi. KellU's. Boston, 2-7. 

Cameron k FlHOagao, HIJou, Larslus. Mich., S-T* 

Raining Park, Grand Ttaplda, 9 14. 
Campbell A JufanaoD, Sbea'a, Buffalo, 2-7; Keilh'i, 

Clrvelaml. B-14. 
Cale Family yA\. Tark, Chicago, 2-7; Park, l>r«, 

111., J -M. 
Casrlce, Lyiiu k' Kay. Park, Kansas City, Mo., 

2-7; Park, St. l^ula, 9-14. 
Caprice. "Original," Cook's Park. F.vaasvllle. 

Ind.. 2 7 ; Forest Park, Little Rock, Ark., H-14. 
Carullle Trlu VletorU, N. Y. C. 2-7. 
Carter, nobert. * Co., Kettb'a. X. V. C. 2-7. 
Curon A Uirbert, Kelth'a, PfeUa., 2-7; rrocter'a. 

Albany, X. V.. s-14. 
Carxon * Wlllartl. Foiiutaln Ferry Park. Louis- 
ville. Ky.. 27; Fast Fed Park, Memphis. Ten*., 

H-H. 
Canaras Sisters, Sohntcr Park, Mau treat, Can., 

2-7. 
Cantor A fiartlett, tiuveriialur's, Atlaatlo City. 

X. J., 2-7. 
Csrrollloo * Hodees. Cbeslrr Park. Cincinnati, 

2-7; Maniilon'a Park, St. I^iils, v-14. 
Case. ('Jiirlli-. Keith's. Cleveland. 2-7. 
Cbameroys, The, Fust End park, Memphis. Turn., 

('handler, Anna. MooreV. Portland. Me., 27. 
Cb!lder«. Orace, Kelth'a, N. Y. C, 2-7; Kellh's, 

Boston. 0-14. 
Chick. (Ireal. White City. Miuir>smlr>B. X, Y., 

2-7: HI. Ry. Park, Pottavflle. Pa.. 14, 
CbadwlL-k Trio. Blloa. Rlnnlngbam. Ala.. 2-7; 

Mountain Fork. Koanoke, Va., 0-14. 
Christy, Wayne U., Subutbaa Park, Vkkeburg, 

Mi**.. 0-1*. 
Cieodurla A Le Grand, Auditorium. Norfolk, Va., 

2-7. 
Clarke. Wilfred, * Co., Cbtllos. San Kraa.. Cat., 

Clarke, Edward, Proctor'a 23d St.. N. Y. 0., 2-7, 

I'lllTord k Orili. rtun Fran., CaL. 2-7. 

Clark, BUI v, Riverside Park. Saginaw. Mien., 2-7. 

Cleuwiiso Bros.. Olympic. Chicago, 2-7. 

Clark A Duncan, Reed's Lake, Grand Raplda, 

Mich., 2-7. 
Clark, Cuhx., A. k H.. Boston. 2 7. 
Cohimids Ponr, Keith's. Phlla., 2-7; Keith 'I, N. 

Y. C 0-14. 
Cook, Frank. A. it S.. Boston, 2-7. 
Cook A Clinton, Chester Park. Cinclnaatl. 2-7. 
"'•Hinclly, Hugo. Lngoon. AU<any. N. V.. 2<7. 
Conroy, John A Mamie, Oaktord Park, Jubus- 

■town. Pa.. 2-7. 
Corbley. Jaa. F.. Fountain Park. Great Barring- 

toil. Mam., 2-7; f'ltudletd, 0-14. 
Cow|»er. Jlmmle, Casino, Blnirhamuin, N, Y., 2-7. 
CoaswellH, 'Cyi'llng, Touring Mexico. 
Cotton A Harrow. Majestlt.-, Chicago. 2-7. 
Collins k Hart. Victoria, X. Y- O, 2-7. 
Coin's Dogs. Keith's, Phlla., 2-7. 
Cooke A Miss Rothcrt, Fmplrc Tour, Eng.. 2 .11. 
Coiirthope, Jane. A Co., Lakeside Casino, Akron, 

O.. 2-7. 
Corbly A Hurke. Proctvi-'s. Albany. N. Y.. 2-7. 
Cruwfutd k Ford, Freebody Park, Kowpurt. K. L, 

Crarers. The, Athletic Park, Buffalo, 2-7. 
Curils. Ned. Pbllilus', KK-htnond. Ind., 2-7 ; Star, 

M ancle, 0-14. 
Cutlys. Musical l*i>. Victoria. X. Y. C, l>-7. 
Cuunlngbaui A Smith, Hooslck Park, No. Adams, 

turnings' A Tliuniion. Alameda Park, Buller, Pa., 

CuTlei'i. Jas. H-, Moss A Stull Tour. Eng., 2!U. 
lijivN k Walker, Lincoln Park. New Bedford, 

Mhs-., 2-7 ; Sacandaga Park, lorcrsvllJe, X. 

Y., 0-14. 
Duly A O'llrten. AletaudrlH, Ind., 2 7. 
Daniels, Walter. OlenlanBy Park, Coluuibus, O., 

2-7. 
Daruiudy, Crescent Gardens, Kevere Uracil. Mass., 

DanovMH, '..*.'-. Crystal. Pueblo. Col., 2-7; Crystal, 

Trinidad, U-14. 
Dumon Bros.. Cliules. San Fran.. Ca!.. 1-7. 
Davis, Mark k Laura. Sbsnyslde Park. West|;i>rt, 

Mil.. 2-7. 
Dsgwell. Auric, Kelth'a. Phlla., 2-7; Keith's, 

Boston, 0-1L 
De Ixira. Mile., Tumbling Bun Park, i'uttsvllle. 

Pa.. 2-7. 
Del-A-1'hune. Idle Hour I'ark. IMiMnirg. Kan.. 

1-7: Crystal Park. SedsilH. M».. s-14. 
De Witt, Bums A Torrance, Tivolt, Cane Town, 

S. A., 214. 
De Veoux A De Veaux, Athletic Park, Buffaio.2-7. 
l!-0. 
Soring 

Lake Park Trenton. X. J.. 0-14. 
De Witt Shorty k. Lillian, Laketoout Park, Al- 

toona. Pa., -7, 
IN- Vllbls. Great, Olympic Park. CiutUuoona. 

Teun.. 2-7. 
Drelcy Ac Austin, l^ketnont Park, Altouna, Pa., 

3-7. 
I>e Muuile A Dlunuiorc,' Lyric Park, Jojdln, Mo., 

2-7: Lark i'ark. Webb City. OH. 
De Hollls A Vakira, Oljnu>k\ Chicago. 2-7. 
Delmore A Imnfll. U. 0. H.,' PlTl«hun. 2-7; 

Rocky Spring" Park. K. I.lverptiol, O- 0-14. 
Dereau, Huliert, J miction Park, Beaver Falls. l*a., 

2-7. - *»?!**!, 

Delmore k Ouelda. Keith's. Boston. 2-7. 
Dewar. Prof., Lincoln Park, New Bedford, Mass., 

2-7; Wuolworlh's Lancaster. Pa.. 0-14. 
De Vere k De Vore. Peru, lini.. 2-7. 
Deitneite ettsters. Trocadero, Phlla., 2-7 ; Liiest- 

not Bill Purl. Phlla.. 0-14. 
De Henzo A l.i Due, Dominion I'ark, Mnulrval, 

Can., 2 7. 
De Muths. The. Lvccum, Phlla., 2 7. 
lUiun Bros., Miijt-stli', Cblcatro. 2-7. 
Dlcrlckx Bro».. Foittalne Ferry Park, (.oulsvllk', 

Ky.. 2-7; Wutnleriand Park. Indianapolis, Iml., 

0-14. 
Olson A Fields. Sans Souvl Park, Chicago, 2-7. 
"Diana." Park. Canton. (J.. 2-7. 
Dllks & DIlkH. SiiwhII's ft., Ope May, N. J.. 

2-7; Paik. Clieslnut Hill. Pa., 0-14. 
n.M'ii. Bowers A Dk.il, While City Park, Blog- 

hainlou. X. Y.. I'M. 
Diamond A Smith, Temple, Deiruil. Mich., 2-7; 

Shea's, BithTalo. 0-14. 
riinviiH. T. Nelson, Xovelty, 1'ivsno, CaL, 2-7; Or* 

pheuoi. I.n-' Angelex. 0-14. 
Dors, Hum, Electric Pnrk, Newark, N. J., 0-14. 
Dun, Entuia. Tlv.. Leeds. Kng.. .-7: Pal.. New* 

caftle. O-M : Pal,, Glasgow, Scot., lli-21 ; Hip., 

Liverpool. 2J-2N. 
■Jockniy, Will, Celi.-roa Park, Jauiealown, N. Y., 

Doyle A- Gmusyr, Hi) m. Itaelne, Wis.. 2-7. 
Duherly's Poodles. lalaiid Park. Fusion, Pa.. 2-T. 
I>>novan & Arnold. Lcxiuglon Park. BoMton, 2-7. 
Sanaa A B*Mtl. Klectrlc Park, Baltlnmre. *_'-7; 

1'lentture Pttj Park, l^ong Branch, N. J., 0-14. 
"Droitta," Vb'lorla, X. Y. C, 2-7. 
Drnculn. A., t.irund. Vancouver. Cau., 2-7; Gram), 

l'orllaud. Ore.. » -14. 
Dunburs (41. White t'it.v. CJiIcbko, 2-14. 
Duval, Viola. Lnksiooiit Park, AUouuh, Pa., 2-7. 
Dwliikt. Belay, Naliaut. Mssm.. 2-7. 
Early & Lute. I'ark. Shrevenort. '■« ■ 2-7. 
Karl k Barliett, Savin Bock. West Hareu, Coun., 

2-7. 
Eurl k Wilson. Itsinonti. (irsitd llapldfi. Mich.. 2-7. 
Kckel A Warner. Part. Dunkirk. X. Y.. 2-7. 
Edward". Gun, A Co.. Keith's, X. Y. C. U-7. 
Eddy. Arthur, Klyslsn Grove. Tucson. Arte.. 2-1L 
liltlnge. Julian. Palare, Loudon, Eng.. --Aug. 31. 
Elmo. Pete At Alllc. Crystal, Denver, Col.. 2-7. 
Elton. Sam, Klecfrli- pHrk. Montgnniery. Ala., 2-7; 

Ponce de l^un Park. Attanlu, Ga., 9-14. 
Ellsworths (4). Coney Island. Cincinnati. 2-7. 
Elberton. Park. CsnhHi. O.. 2-7. 
Kmmett A Kane. Erh'a. Mo. Beach. X. Y. C . 2-7; 

SanMivga Park. Puttstirwn. Pa.. P-14. 
Emperor^ of Alusle <4 ), Fool nine Ferry Park, 

l^ulavllie. Ky.. 214. 
Empire Comedy Four. Muss A Stoll Tour, Eng., 2- 

auk. u- 

Engleton, Nan. A Co., Park, Xo. Adams, Muss., 

"English Rosebuds," Wigwam, San Fran., CaL, 

Ernie' A Honcgger. HIJoa. Dulath, Minn., 2-7, 
Ktliurdo. Navlen, Cheater I'ark, Cincinnati, 2*7. 
Kvaiis A Evms. Xovelty. StockUm. CaL. 2-7 ; 

National. San Fran., HI*. 
Bvers. Geo. W.. Psrk. Pueblo, Col.. 2-14. 
KiiKWltion Four. Sobmer I'ark. Montreal. Can-. 

2-7; BrltunlaHMi t he-Bay. Ottawa. 014. 
Fantas <2). While City. Blujchamton. N. Y.. 2-T; 

Montruoreru'l Park. Oia-bet:. Can.. 11-14. 
I'adette Oniiwtra. Keith's, Boston, 2-7. 
Farlardo. Grand, Tnmnia, Wash., 2-7; Grand, 

Portland, Ore., 0-14. 
Faust Family. M<sire's, Portland. Me.. 27, 



Mien.. 2-7: Bamooa Park. Grand Rapids. B-14. 
Feniande May Duo, Forest Park. Kansas City, 

Mo., 2-7; Delmar Garden, Oklahnina, Okla., 

0-14. 
Ferreron. Victoria, X. Y. C. 2-14. 
FerrusoD A Dunre, Plumb If land. Kewbaryport, 

Mass.. 2-7. 
FfrtUHOo A Beeaon, Delmar Gardeua, Oklauoma, 

Ok Is . 2-1 4. 
PerrlK-WIle/ Ttio. Unique. Fan Claire. Wis., 2-7; 

Unique, MlnnCMptdis. Minn.. it-H. 
Fields u'J Uaj.un, Empire, Los Aagelea, Ca|., 



Flr>l. Itarm-r, Coney Island. Cincinnati, H-14. 
Flniieaan. Holly mm] Park. Balto., Md . 2-14. 
Flslter. Mr. A Mrs. Perkins. Celeron. Jamestown, 

N..Y., 2-7; Temple. Detroit, 0-14. 
Fte.hU will II.. Godfrey's. Urand Itaplda. Mloh., 

M4. 
Fhiii-r A JohtiMoi. Majt'ttk, Chicago, 2-7; Oiym* 

pie. Cblcago. ti H, 
Flehls. \v. I'.. G. O. II., Plttshurg. 2-7. 
Fields A Wulley. Keith's. Phlla.. 2-T. 
Flvnn. Karl, Electric Park, Kanaaa City, Mo , 

2-14. 
Flora. Mildred, Wouderlaud Park. Milwaukee, 

Wis.. 5-t 
1'iinii iti.ni Bros., Juuctlou Park, New Brighton, 

Pa.. 2-7. 
Folic i . lAtnule, Family, tl lovers v II le. X. Y.. 2-7; 

Fouutala Park, tit, Barrtuilon. Mass.. 0-14. 
Faia A Ward. O. 11.. Jerman Valley. X. J.. 2 7. 
1'ov A Hughes. Rlversldi- Park. Boise. Ida.. 2-14. 
l'outlitelle. Mysterious, Forest Park, Little Rock, 

Ark., 2-7. 
Foster fc Foster, IngerMill Park. Des Molm<a, la., 

Freete Bros.. HIJou. Superior, Wis., 2-7. 
I'n.-Hi. i.in- BIJou. Shawnee. Ukia.. 2-7. 
Frsm-lsvoH |3I , Electric Park. San Antonio. Tea., 

2-7: Highland Park. Houston. U-14. 
Freeman * Walson, Alamo, Cedar Itaplda, la., 

Froslnl. F. II.. Family. La Fayette. Iud.. 11-14. 
Prase? Trio, Wowllawn Park, Ijalrohe, Pa.. 2-7. 
Franklin, ircue. Fontaine Ferry Park, LoulavlllB, 

Ky.. J.7. 
Frank A IV.. It, Sew Y»rk lluof. X. Y. C, 2-7. 
l-'raukfort 4c Latirl. fteav, Norfolk, Va., 2-7. 
Franels A Dushnu. Acue. Norfolk. Vs., 2-7. 
French. Henri. Farm. Tuhslo. it,, f.f, 
Ganlner A Mnddcrii. Pleasure Hay Park, Long 

Branch. N. J., 2-T. 
liassman. JosephliiP. (1. O- 1L. Plllsburg, 2-7. 
Garlelle Bros., Orphcurn, l.os Angidex. CaL. 2-14, 
Gaylord, Bonule. Chutes. San Fran.. CaL. 014. 
Gebest. Gertrude. Keith's. Phlla.. 2-7. 
tiilmore & Carroll. Bucklan'a. Elkhart, Iud., 2-7 ; 

Family, Lafayette, 0-14. 
Ullllhaa A Perry, Oak Summtl Park. KvausvlUe, 

Iud., 2-7; Bpringbrook Park, So. Bend. 0-14. 
fiilirn. 'lout. AiMiueda Park. Kutler. Pa., 2-7. 
Glmrd, Francis, Klectrlc Park, Newark, X. J.. 

2-7. 
Uirard, Marie, Cryslal. l»enver. Col.. 2-7. 
Gllruy, Haynes A Montgi»uery. Eiuidro. San Diego, 

Csl,. 2-7: Grand, Santa Barbara. H-14. 
Gill. Nat. Guvcrnalor's, Atlantic City, N. J., 2- 

14. 
«illke.r. Flhel. Dettaiice, (>.. 3-7: Ssmhifby. U-14. 
Glesaon. Joint k Bertha, A Fred Houlihan, Keith's, 

St. Y. C, 2-7. 
Gotilob, Mr. ft Mrs.. Crystal, Trinidad. CuL, 2-T; 

Cryatat, Denvr-r, h-14. 
Goldsmith Is Ilot>ne. Steeplechase Pier, Atlantic 

City. X. J., 214. 
Goldlti Uunsliii) Trroipc, Mouliuoreiipl Park, Que- 

bee, Cuii.. 2-7: Ontario Beach. X. V.. 14. 
Gordon A tHiai'oii.WHldeiOL're Park. Erie. Pa„ 2-7, 
Gurdon ft Hayes. Itijnu, Green Bay, Mich., 2-7 ; 

Bijou. Marlnetie. Wh„ tt-14, 
GortUrii. Don ft Mne, lih«u Park, Youiigstown, G., / 

Goitny, Jules. S.Iiiiiit Park. Mouireal. Can- 2-7. 
i;.i7iltiii. Cliff, Chutes. San Fran., Csl.. 2-7. 
Golden A Hnubes, Gloversallle, N. Y.. 2-7. 
Gorman A West, Kellh's. Boston. 2-7. 
Grand Oiwrn Trio, Ingersoll Park, I1l>s Molui?s, 

la., 2-7. 
Glrcorv Truupe. Ilendei son's, Oiney Island, N. 

Y., 2 7. 
Gross Wni., I'urk. Surluglleld, ill., 2-7. 
Gray's Marlouetlcs. Klvprside Park, Han nor. Me., 

Harrison Bros.. Iowana Park. Dm Moines, la. ,2-7. 
Hsrrls-ItenureKarde A Co. Oakfmd Pnrk, Grorns- 

bnrg. Pa.. 2-7. 
llavemun's Animals, Eust End I'ark, Mviuphls, 

Tenn., 2-7. 
Harly, John It., Henderson's, l.'oney Isiaml, X. 



larty, J 
Y.: 2-7 



Huloy A Ilarly. Bijou, Canton. U.. 2-T; Utka, X. 

y.. » il 

Hartford. David M„ k C».. Kidtb'a, Clim-luiid. 

2-T. 
Hasty. Chaw.. Crystal. Toledo, 2-T. 
HiirliHi-li A Hurrls. Park, Manchester, N. LL, 2-7; 

Park, Dover. 0-14. 
Hawkins, I--.-. Msjesllc. t'ldcutto. 2-7. 
Hart, Willie A F.dilli, Celrmii Park, JauieMnwn, 

N. Y„ 2-7; Hendersuira, Oniiey Island, N. Y., 

U-14. 
Harris. Cbas.. BIJou, Dululh. Mluii., 2-7. 
Hall. Billy, A. A S.. HohIoii. 2-T. 
Ualum. I- il«. Wonderlnml I'ark, Bustan, 2-14, 



Hareoiirt. Frank. Bijou, Lansing, .Mich., 2-7. 
li: j-iu.i i A Frsnklln. I>uchrss. llnlkam. Ktig.. 2- 

T: Hoyal. Hollwru. U-14: Pill.. Glnsgow, Bent., 

10-21; Xuwcastle. Eng., 2U-28. 
llanvey A that lie. HIJou. WMiIIh. Kau., U-14. 
Hamltloii. Ami, VU'lorln. '■>■.. 2-7. 
HauMUi A Xrlsoii. Electric Pnrk, Hallo.. 2 7. 
Hnmllton A Wiley. Fiili|ue, Mliuicapolta, Mian.. 

S-7j BIJou. Diilulh, 0-14. 
liarcourt. Dnlsy. Pslace. l^inihtii, Kng.. 2-Autr.ni. 
nil, Conroy AT 
_ Molues. la., 2-7. 
Harrington, Daniel J., Olentaiigy Park, Oulumbus, 

. 2-7. 
HuwtlKWne A HurL Music Hall, Brighton Beach, 

X- Y., 2-7. 
Herbert A Valine. Cook's Park, Evsuflvllle, Ind., 

2-7; Cbesler Park, Clnclimsil, H 14. 
Henry. Young A- i.oiillu, Sbell|Hit l'srk. Wlluilng- 

10a. 1':-! . 2 14. 
Helwrt A Itogsrs. Getim-lt. Ill'-hinoiid, Iud., 2-7. 
Mi-urn. Tom. Victoria. X. t. IV, 2-!iH. 
Hersbl Soitare ljusrtettc, Occidi View Casino, Nor- 
folk. Vs.. 2 7. 
Herlssrt. Carl. Proctor's 2Iid St.. X. Y. C-, 2-7. 
Hevis. "Eauijhliig Hilly." Woodlawu I'ark, l.a- 

tiwl«. V • 2-7. 
Helnrlcbs, The, Chules. Han Fran., CaL, 1-0. 
Hewlcttps, The. Alcnxur. Denver, Col., 4-141. 
HfiiniMns. MarTeloiis. Riverside- I'nrk, Siutiiiaw, 

Mich., 2-7: Wwiona Beach, Bay Oily, 0-14. 
Hhiuinn, Catit. Klilm>y. logout, Luillotv, Ky., 2-7. 
Hlbbert ft Warren. Wonderland I'ark, Danville, 

III.. 214. 
Hills if. lluniuiia. (hand Itaplda. Mich., 2-7. 
HUloti, Fred. Pair, Kilns, Mo., 2-7; Owana Park, 

Di-n Moines, la., 0-14. 
Hli:kuiau Bros., Keith's, S. Y. C. 2-7, 
Hlllliird. Hold., A Co.. Music Hull. Jlrlghtun 

Uraea, N. Y.. 2-7. 
Hlllvers (:jl, link Kprlligs i'nrk, K. Llverpix>l, 

O.. 2-7. 
Holiiiinh. Curtis A Co., Taunton, Mass., 2-7; 

Haverhill. OI4. 
Maawmrtaa, The, Hetulersfin's, (inwy IsUml, N. 

Y-. 2 7. 
Holinsn. Harry. Soring Lake I'nrk, Tretiluli, X, 

J.. Ill I. 
Howiird A Xnrlli. Shea's. Buffalo. 2 7. 
Hnwiinl l'-r- ■-., * 1 = : i j ■ 1 .- ■ - T'Mir. Kng., 2-27, 
Howard, Chas.. Keith's, N. Y, 0„ 2-7- 
lioiines, Taylor. Mush: Hall. Brlgliton Beach, N. 

Y-. 2-7. 
Howard*. Drt!ii;iiii,'. <frail"t Psrk, Dunkirk, >. Y., 

2-7: Farm. T«d«lo, «., li 14. 
HosMi-ds. Marvelous. Ioger>toll I'nrk. Den Moines, 

la.. 2-7. 
Howard A llirwitrd. Keith's. Cleveland. 2-7. 
Uodxi' A llodae, LnksiiHiiit I'ark, Atlisma, Pa.. 2-7. 
Hum's fc Lewh. Idlewllil I'nrk. Newark. ».. 2-7. 
BonHt'si A Dallas, Henderson, Colier I«lnri1, N. 

Y., 2-7. 
Horrinuu, Kittle, ShvlI(>ot I'urk, Wl lining lun. Del., 
. 2-7. 

Hunnirord. John T.. Luna Park, Pittsburg, 2 14. 
Uusssrs, ({<!([, IlHidcrhoii'F., Coney Islntid, N, Y., 

2-7. 
BUrh-y A Swift. A- ft S.. Boston, 2-7. 
Uusaey, Geo. W., lOdgewmnl Park, Sbautokln, Pa,, 

MylHii'ls la). Berkslilre Park. I'lttslietd, Masa.. 

2-7: Highland Lake, Wliisted. Ojiiii.. 0-14. 
I Tj His- A Headi, Mannlon's Park, St. f.isila, 2-7; 

Cook's. EvauKvllle, Ind.. Ill-L 
Hyde. Hob A Bertha. Berkshire Park. I'lHsfleid, 

Mhss.. 2-7: Hlglilatiil Park, Whisted, Conn., U- 

14. 
International Four. Pletun, Can., 2-14. 
Inness ft Itysn. Blvei-slde Park. Saginaw, Mich., 



Jacobs ft Santel. Feast A Furies, Toledo, 41., 2-T; 

Feast ft Furies, Ojliinibus, D-14. 
Jwkahu ft Himni. Lexington Park. Bostou, 2-T. 
James A Rlidiarda, A, ft S-. Ilnsliin. 2-T. 
Jarvls A Tmlor. MrHetb Park. Lima. O., 2-7. 
Jack. Mr. A Mrs., Falrrlew Purk. DsTtnn, 0., 2-7. 
Jansen, llerr, ft Co.. Spring Grove Park, Spring- 
Held. O., 2-7. 
Jennings A Jewell. Airdome. Kmnorla. Kan.. 2-7. 
Jennlnifs A Renfrew, gpi-lmrbrook Purk. Ko. Bend, 

Iud , 2-7: Lake Michigan Purk, Muskegon, 

Mich.. 014. 
Jeanre ft Kliaworth. I'aator'a, N. Y. C, 2 7. 
Joboaon, Our. Audltorliiut, Auditorium. Ni>rfo!k, 

Va., 2-7. 
.Tones. Geo., Crystnl. Tacouju. Wardi., 3-7. 
Johnson A Wells, Us Bufiavera, Budapest, Bun., 

2-18. 
Johnstons, Musical, Albanthra, Loudon, Eng., 2- 

Alig. 31- 
Johnaoii, Salad. Ksltb'a. N. Y. C., 2-7, 
Jolly * Wild, Fuuatalo Ferry Park, Gt, Bar- 



rlnglon, Mmhs., 2-T; Muring Lake Park, Trcu- 

ton. V J., 11-14. 
Jones A Raymond, Family Park. Mom City, la., 

1-7; Crystnl Park, ttmnlui. Neb.. 8-14. 
Kales llros., Hock Springs Park, E, Llvcriiisd. 4)., 

KauDiiriU Sisters, Hlgblaud Lake, Wiualett, Couu., 

Ka'ngamo Girls (8). Saginaw. Mli'lt., 2-7. 

Knrnata. HrlKhtou Beach. ,Y. Y., :-lt, 

Kelfer A Kline. Crystal. Tolrtlu, U.. 2-7. 

Keene. Pasior'a, X. Y. C. 2-7. 

hetiton. Dorothy, Stock Farm, Wliallonslniry, N, 
V.. 2 7: Meyer's Lake. Canton. O.. »-14. 

Keith, Mala*l. tl. tl. 1L, Pltlsburg, 2-7. 

Kelly A Kent, Pastor's. N. Y. C. 27. 

Kelly A Kelsy. Greentleld. Mass.. 2-T. 

Kcouh. Tltoa. J.. A Co., Wenona Beach, Hay Oily, 
Ml-h.. 2-7. 

Kcoyon ft IK< UariiMi, Gutsrlu Beach Pnrk, Char- 
lotte. X. V., 2-7: Athletic I'ark, HmTalo. 14. 

Kennedy A Hooney, Music Hall, llrlghton lleacb, 

Khet-ns A Cole, Koblnsou Park. Ft. Wayne, Iud., 

11-14. 
Kiltie Trln. Sniitliem Park, IMltnlmrg. 2-7. 
KKa-llanial Js|w. I'mtor's 2:id St.. N. Y. C. 2-7. 
tvlnsniii. The. Kellh's. N. Y. C. 2-T. 
Kl|.|i ft KIppy. Majestic. CbleNgo, 2-7. 
Klein A Clifton, White City. Uliigliauilua. X. Y., 

2-7; Keith's, N. Y. ('.. Oil. 
Klein A Klein, Farm. Toledo. O. 2 7. 
Kleists, Musical, Spring Brook Park. So. Beuil, 

had., 2-7; Hlglimnd Park. St. Uuls. u-14. 
Kuoll, Joaeiihtiie M., Shea's. Buffalo, 2-7. 
Kitetager. Lew. Paoluges. I'i>rtland, Me.. 2 II. 
K«'.|i(ic A Koiipe, lieacti, Kyo. X. Y.. 2-7; Stcephu 

ehnap Pier. Hrtdgeiairt, Conn., I'll. 
Kohler A Marlon. Sen Drccxe pavilion, Iri'tulo- 

quit. X. Y., 2-14. 
Kurlla A Itiisw. Cidemti Park, Janiestowu, l).. 

2-T: Keith's. Cleveland. 0-14. 
I.n Clair A Weal, Ik-eati Pier, go* tale Cliy, V. 

J-. 2-7. 
La Zai- A l.a Zur, lownna Pnrk, Des Motues. Ia., 

2 7. 
Lancaster, Tom. Idsmlck lack, No. Adsius, Masa., 

I.n" VIimv HL. Grand. Maiitoi. hid.. 2-7; Oak 

StimmlL Park, Evansvllle, S-14, 
Lambert A Pierce, Lake X limine, Cxbrldge, Maaa., 

l^val'iers. Tossing (til, HIJou, U fJkiawJk Wis., 2* 

7; BIJnii. Run Clntie. 14. 
I.ui'uyrtio l.aiiiiiiit Trouiv, Gislfroy'i, Grand Hap- 

Ids, Mich., 2-7. 
La Auto Girl, Crystal. Toletlo, tl., 2 T. 
Luwson A Lee, Precbody Park. Newtmrl. II. 1., 

Ijtuiotils. The. Orpluunn. S|ii-innfteld. C»., 2 7. 
La Tnska, Phil., Edison. I'mitralls. Wash.. 2 7. 
La Jess, Theo, A tlatullle, Excelsior Hl<gs., Mo., 

Laskf'y A Utdfe. G. D. R, I'll tshurij. 2 7. 
Lane, Arthur, Uijou, I,h i'n— c Wis.. 2 7. 
La Nole Bros.. Altm Park, Alhnny, N. Y-. 2-7. 
Lnrvefle, Jules, Electric Oaslnn, Aslmry Pnrk, 

N. J., 2-14. 
I.s Clour A Howell, Wiaidi-rlnHil Park, Revura 

lleueli, Miish., 2- Sell t. '*>- ~ 
l.iiwrvinr, AL. Farm, Tidedo. O.. 2-7. 
Lsmomil ft Paulette. Crystal, LogHtisistrl, Iud., 

Ls" i lid |p, Cariilval, Ft, Mndlson, la., I. 
Latnts'it. ItenHlmw A lliirtiittlc, ('.iiinlrc. IsiN All* 

gelea. CaL. 2 7; HakerlUdd. 0-14. 

I.nvlin- A I.eiiiiiM-d. Forest Pork. St, 1 1». 2 7. 

Lntigdon. Hsidlo, Sine, Knkoino. Ind., 27; O. II., 

Ihiirnid. tl 14. 
I.swnoii. Chliii'M*, Vv 1 iml Park, Decatur, lit., 

1-7; Wonder laud Park, Danrllle. Nil. 
La line, Pearl, Guvi'i-nator's. Allnullc City, X. J., 

2 11. 
Li. Tell BniH., Crystal. ScilnlPn. Mo,. 2-7; Man- 

nl. :n's I'nrk, Nl. I. mi.-, O II. 
LoniHrd, Gns. MimiiiIihi'h I'ark, Si. |.nuh. Mo., 2. 

7; Conk'a Park. EvatiMllle, Ind., D-14. 
LeWla, Frunti's. GiaUmy's, tiruinl ItnplilN, Midi., 

Le Miiviie SUli'i'S. Iiullniiapolls, hn|„ 2-7- 

|# Deal, Groat. Ki'Iilt's, X. V. (J., 2-7; Kellh's, 

I'hllu.. li- 1 1. 
Is flali . Jolm, Brill an la -on- llm Bay, Oltiiwa, 

<;«u.. "j-t. 

Lixauird A Wilde, Allsutht Oily, N. J . S-14. 
I.eoulnirdt. A I.. Colllun Garden*. Cnluiuhii*. D., 

2 7; oir.li.-ooi, NirliiitlWd, 11-14. 
Lewis A LesHlngton, IIIJoil. Dululh. Minn.. 2-7. 
l.o Hair. Eyrie Park, Ho. MeAhoder. I. T., 2 7; 

Empire, nklalnouu. Gkla.. 11 14. 
!.•■ Until. Moits.. Shaffer's Garden, So. f^duiiibiia, 



O.. 



Ml. 



U-oii, Aitellue A Rice. Itlverslda Park, Monireal, 

Clan., 2-7. . 
L.'ivi- A Hi-mar. Auilitnrliini. Xnrfolk, Vn., 2 7. 
I iinigi it «t. f'lnlr. Glyutph 1 . t'lileuHo, 2-7. 
I^> Il»y A Woislfiiril, Proi'liir's. Albsuy, X.Y.. 2-7. 
Lewis a Hitrr, t'rystiil, Klwood, ind., 2-7; i'ryi- 

lal. Toiislo. o„ u-14. 
Loiter A Moure, Itauiotia, Grand IturddH, Mich., 

2-7. 
Le Roy. Mario A., Uukwood Piirh. I'ltlslmrit. 2 7. 
Leousiil A Drake. Chester Park, Cincinnati, 2-7; 

fodtir Point, Siindto'k.v. till. 
l.lhls'V A Traywr Alltlelli- I'mk. lluffulo, 2 7. 
l.ltulsM)'s Monkeys, While City, Chlcaao, 2-11. 
Llndstiy. Gist. A., Lent's. Cutiey Island, N. V., 

2-7:. No. Hern-li, U-14. 
l.iirni.Hiil Ilios., Summer Park, l^'iivenworlli, Kan., 

17. 
N.retle, II. M.. Hlwil Pier, Atlniilic City. N. J., 

2 7. 
hni In-. .Mine, .Coney Islstid. I 'hielitiisll. 2-T. 
Unlit. Moii'.c. HIJou. Dululh. .Minn.. 2-T. 
Liic.v A l.ni-lfc. Olympic, Cliii-ogo. 2-7. 
Luee A i-u-'o, L'rysinl, IHaivi-r, i:<d.. 2-7; Ci-yn* 

tul, Trln I dint, till. 
I.yaler A Ciaike. HIJou. Apldetoii, Wis,, 2-T. 
Lynns. The. Crystal. Taledu. II.. 2 7. 
Lynn A Fayo, (londorMtu'H, Coney Isliunl, N, Y„ 

Marshall A Lorr/illne, liinlfisiy's, Griitil Itaplda, 

Muli.. 2-7- 
Mardo Trln, Forest I'ark. Kansas Clly. Mo., 2-T; 

Ingersoll Purk, lies Mntnes, hi.. 0-14. 
Miijeslle Trio, CluiloH. Sun Finn., Cul„ 2 14. 
Mililnniw, Vklorla. N. Y. «'., 2 7. 
Msrllnl A MMIIuil, MsJo.hU>'.. Mi tragi*. 2-T. 
Miirllimettlf A Mylveaii-r, Itiinwaia Park, lira oil 

Unijhls. Mieli,, 2 7. 
Miii/.'llu A Vitiiaillvr, Cbwelntid, 2-7. 
Mio'k. .lolm A Carrie, Lnttioai, Lu-llow, Ky., 2-7; 

Collins* Gsideii, Cnliiuilnia. ().. 014. 
Murli*. Mile.. Lagoon. Ludlow. Ky . 2-7. 
Marlyue. F.d<ly. fietioslis. ivi- . -1-7. 
Mareo Twins. Kooky Kprlngs. E. I,lrrn"'">. <'-, 

2-7: Meyert Lake, Canton. U-I-l, 
Mareemi, Nevaru A Miirtt-na. Pris'lnr'-, Albany. 

N. Y., 27; I'nxdor's Igr.th St.. St. Y. O.. I 11, 
Mul. i y A l-Jiko. Stis-|di-etiase Inlauil, BrldKejsirt, 

Conn., 2 7. 
Mi.rkoy A Miirnn, KtHHi'H. X. Y. fL 2-7. 
MuihJpriiH, The. MHiilinlhin. Norfolk, Va., 2 7. 
Maxwell. James, A, A K., lloxton, 2 7. 
.MuKsmllh Hihi, Athtelh- Park. IhilTiiin. 2 7. 
M scurfs Di'gx *■ MnnkejH, l.'linti's, Hsn Fran., 

CaL, 2-14. 
Miikii/ A Miixr-tt, Music Hull. Ililgliton lli-adj, 

X. V.. 2 7. 
M.n'U Jutin ft Carrie. Lngisni. Ludlow Ky.. 2-7. 
Mil lee ft Onllluv, Pork, Miidl-nn. S. D.. 2-11- 
Mi'Nnmre. Prnebir's, Xi-warW, H, .(.. 2-7; PlM> 

lor's, Alluiny, X. V„ It 1 1. 
MeKevviT A Sandr.r. X, A H-, Host on. 2-T. 
M.:K liirt-.n A Reed, Elrelrle I'nrk, I'lsliillald. 111., 

2-7: Park. He/iiunir. OIL 
McDonald. Urine. Music Hall. Brighton Henrji, 

K. V., 2 7, 
MH>ansHI, l.uiu, Forest Park, Kanaaa City, Mo„ 

McCree. .lunle. A Cki,, Olynifili:, Chlrngo, 2-7. 
Mi'KlssIek A Clindney, Hiiiiilom nit's, ijuoiey Island, 

K. Y.. 2-7. 
sIi'Wk ((«!■»■ Tyson Co., Rhuioiin, flrsmt llaplds, 

Mich., 2-7. 
Mi'.'unlir. Myles. S|trlltg|irook Casino, Ho. Bend, 

Intl.. 211. 
Mi-Ch-lluii, .Ins.. Hljfiu, lliiluth. Minn.. 2-7. 
MeFsrlsiwI A Murray. Mlymple. Chleago. 1! 7. 
Mf:lh>well, John A Alhe. IVdllli'M Garden, Coluui' 

bus. O., 2-7. 
M't'nne A Grant, .Mi hired Park. Kprlnglield, III., 

2 7: Maiiiilnu'a I'ark, St. Lools, U-14. 
MHvlris I4i. New York Roor, X. y. It, I-t, 
Maynr. Hen, Brookalde Park. Athol. Mm us . 2-7. 
Merrill. Rayiiioud, lillo Hour Park, I'ltlybiirc, 

Kau.. 2-7: Cluengru|di. 1^-- AtiKoles. CaL, 11-1 L 
■Mnlvllle. N-tioalou I' irk Kos,ton, 2 7. 
Mi-lmy Trio, iJi-iiimMI, Illeliuvilul. Iml., 2 7. 
Mlteliell A Drowning, Coney Istaml, fJliidimall, 

MiiHji.c Oelelte, G. <l. IL. I'lttstmrg. 2 7. 
Mllllo Bros.. Xovelty, Fresita, Cul., 2-7 i Grmid, 

Sncrainetihi, IM4. 
Mlllnrd line (Hill und Ih.l.l, Spvlrig Drove I'ark, 

SprltiKlleld. IL, 2 7; Llndi'iiwahl Park, llamll- 

ton, 014. 
Mlgimn. Helene. Eliiplre. Kt. Paul. 27. 
Miles A RIckanL Keith's. X. Y. I.'., 2-7. 
Mile Slaters, Hum lemon'*, Coney Islund, X. Y., 

MlTidiell A Browning, Oan-y laluml. Clueltmatl, 

MlTihell. DU-k, OleMl Hearh, X. V., 2-7. 

Mills A Morris, Proutor'i 2od St., X t Y, , 'J-7, ' 



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Plttsbnn. 'Y)-l. " ' ■■■' ' 

MKleT-AIHwarfla. BIJOo, Li Crosae, Wis,, 2-7. ' 

Motmpy & Holbflu. Palace, London, Fog., 2-A.bf. 

Morin's Band, Dominion Part, Montreal, Cue, 

Motarts, The, Pastor's, N. Y. C. S-T. 

Moa«ra>< Cwkaloo Circus. Young's Pier, At- 
lantic City, X. J., In. 

Motoglrl, l.o; Orpbeiim, Corlsbail, Aba., 2-31. 

Mount* icDelniur. Bljmi, Piiliith, Minn.. 2-~. 

Mortis-ft Morris, ProVtor'a 2M A., N. Y. C, 2-7. 

Morrison & Berwick, Lake Warbusett, GarJiii-r, 
Ml|»., 1"; WeMboro, O-w: 

Moon. RE, Olympic. Chicago. 2-7; Majestic, 
Cbicagft »-n. 

Moore. Mat-gig-rlta, (lo-lfror's, Orond Rapids, 

MiirTht,' Thompson ft Murpby. Atoadala Park, 

Winhiirite. Pa., 2-7. 
Urittt, Ben ^.Crystal, Detroit, -2-7. 
Mnrr.it.v ft Pultntr, Audllorlnai, Keantburg, N. J., 

2:7. 
Mflrr.ty, Clayton ft Drew. park. Baraaoe, M. I., 

2-7: Electric Park. Newark. »-U. 
Mur.ray.KiR tern, Majestic, Chicago. 2-7. 
Sapfi, violet. Orjibeiim. Chilllrotbe. 0., 2-7; Or* 

pbenm, ttprhjgffehl, 9-14. 
Naamytu. Billy. Acne, Norfolk, W., 2-7. 
NeWon Family, Iagersoll Park, Das Moloea, la., 

2-7. 
Nice, Kittle. Junction Park, New Brighton, Pa., 

2-7. 
Norman. Orrat. Coney Inland. Cincinnati, 2-7. 
N-rtU. Bobby, Mason. l.. s AugeleR, Cal., 2-14. 
Ncuie. Robert. WbtlC City. Cblrogo. 2-7. 
Norwortu. Jack. Proctor's 23d St., N. T. C. 2-7. 
NogfoT/y.-C.'-ft-Co., I'ark, Canton, O.. 2-1. 
w'Day. JH, Itamoua f*rt>k." (frond KapWs, allcb., 

2-7 ; Riverside Park, Haglnaw, 0-14. 
ObcIw, Helen. White '.'fly. Springfield. III.. 2-7. 
O'L-mghlln ft Cobeo, Kellb's, Boiou, 2-7 i Keltb's, 

l'iiila.. H-14. 
Oorl, Adele Purvis, (ilen Haven Pork, Rochester, 

N. Y.. 2-7. , 
OnthHtik A- Bliinriiflte, Uaiopden, Pond, Holroke, 

Mass., 2-7. 
OnibeiiR jComedy Four, Proctor's 23d St., N. Y. 

Ofpoemu Trio, Higfilar.-l l*ake. WlnstM. Conn., 

2-7 ; Lake Coaipounre, Noulbltigtoti, 11-14. 
Ofato Jnpfl, Bijou, Oreeo Bay, Win., 2 7; BIjoD, 

Marinette. »-H. ' ■ 

0"l>rfi!e. .lack, Rlji'ii. I.a Crawc. Wis., 2-7. 
Owen. Baby, A Co., Kleeirlc Park, Montgumery, 

Ala.. 2-7. 
Oeovh. The. Cejhtr PL. Sandusky. 0., 2-7; C*< 

slut' Park, Knlotunxun, Mich,, 0-M. 
Pafter-ons, Bniuiillng, Tlvoll, Cape Towd, 8. ft., 

2-2.". 
Paula, The. Empire. Ai-blbboln Harbor. , 2-7, 
ParKb, Orpheum, IVrtemiwtb. O., 117; Orittieum, 

Lima, n-u. 
Papua, P«re*r Park, Wr. Uols, 2-7. 
Patcaljnslko, Prof., Rimliler. CM., 4; Waterloo, 

'In. . 7 : Big Stuip. H. n., w. 10 : Canton, 11. 
Palfrey ft HoeJOr, A. ft R. MBtSSt, 2-7. 
Poikej ft Warde, BIJihi. Norfolk, Va., 2-7. 
Parjliretil ft PKjiio, ■ WLnlergsrien. Berlin, fler., 

2-ln; Varlete. CarMiu.l, hi-:u. 
Periotil. Camllle, Lakenble Park, Akron, O., 2-7; 

'Hicwllil Pfirk. Ncwiirli. «-H. 
Pelot. Fred ft Annie, 1'rorlnr'a 2.1.1 At., N. Y. O., 

OH. 
Per» ft WHhiiii, Went t'.rnl Park, New OrletnB, 

.La., 2-14. 
Phillip*. MorMtnre, BlJuii. Oklabbma, Okln.. 2-7. 
Plnolu MldgeTx. W'tKilworthN. LuucaNtcr, Po.. 2-7. 
PleroT ft Fiihla, Hollywood Pirk, Balto., 2-7. 
Pirerce A Ol>|>. Spring Lake I'ark. Tventop, N. J-. 
'2-7; Orvan PImv Wlldwood,. 0-14. 
Plaire. Deo. 1.,. Hmriiklen Pond. n»lyoke, Uaai., 

''S-7;'PooTHntlr Lake, Pltfnfteld. 0-14. 
post ft Ku»wll, Kw''V Springs Ihlrk. K. Llierpool, 

•i}.', 2-7; Avon Park. Vonugxiuwii. 0-14. 
Pope.. J. Cm drniid, Mnrlou, Intl.. 2-7; WUUh 

City, Cblongo. ON. 
Pd«l'ler..>Mw., Hnrler, Wuba*b, Ind.. 2-7; Crya- 

- (al, Tolwlu, li.,.M-14. 
Probat, OrpUeiim, l-0» Angelea, Cul., 2-7. 
Pfyora, Tbe. Lukt-mont Park. AUoona, Pa.. 2-7. 
Pulleu. Baby i.nellu, Sewulla Pi., Cape Slay. N. 

•J.', 2-7; Para, Wind Map. AI4. 
Pulley - * Dlile Oi'iulnaie*. Coxliiu. Hye Beai-b. N. 
Y.. 2-7: Hteeplechaw Inland, Bridgeport. Coon., 
■0-14. 
Pik-elln ft.OrlH.-n, Park, Berlin. N. H-. 2-7. 
QtVtt * »lw*. urplilnm. Springfield. O.. 2-T. 
Qiilgg, Markfy ft NU'kiTMm. Avnn Park. Yuungf- 

town. 0-. 2-7;' Meyers Lake. Canton, 0-14. 
ltuTQiopil. Orplii'uni, Sprlngfirld, 0. 2-7. 
Ree. DorotUj. Majexlli-. CliVano. 2-7. 
Ruenai-i-ott, Cbarliitle. Spring Qajvta Park. Sprlng- 

■TUfW. Maw.. 2-7; 
llanlw Shten.. KeltU'*. Cleveland. 2 7. 
Uiiiiroid * Viili'Uilne. BnrruMfonl Tour. Kog., 2-7; 

Cant 1 Town, .luhiuim-shiiis. H. A„ 10-Sept. .10. 
Ray ft Taylor, Lowell. Miwa.. 2-7. 
Hr.e ft Betiedettu, Athletic Park, UnPTalo. 27. 
Rairls ft Van Kaufman. Panlor**. N. Y. C, 2-7. 
Rennv Denny ft Dotty. Saiiatogn Park, Pottatown. 

Pa., fi-7 : Park. Wind Oap. H-14. 
BAM & Wliwbenler. Majtwtk, Chicago, 2-7. 
Reiio. Will ft May. Relay, Naliant, .Mass., 2-7; 

flurdner. fl-14. 
Rellly. Johnnie, Ktactiuilaga Park, ttloveKfille, 

Reklaw.'ReckleKa, Went Kud Park, New Orleaoa, 

La., 2-7. 
Rellly * Manga, PaaairNi. N. Y. 0.. 2-7. 

Remington. Muyuie. MhmIl- Hall, Brighton Bench, 

N. Y., 27. 
lUlfl Uivh.. Kelth'a, Pltlla.. 2-7. 
Kk" ft Klaier, RWernUle Park, Montreal, Can., 

2-7. 
Rl -ih'h Baud, Luua Park, Waablugloa, D. U., 

2-7. 
RKe ft Prevoat, Victoria. N. Y. C. 



ftriMM.-Lallt, Victoria, N. T. C. 2-7, 

■Selgel, Clarence, Jowana Park, Dra MoIdw, la., 

Plie-vrnnn. Ellen, Btrepleobaae Island, Bridgeport, 

t>hermnn ft Fuller, Lakeside Caaloo, Akron, O., 

2-7. 
gun nuaj Ttatna. S. T. C, 2-7. 
Mborf'ft.HboTty. Park. SuatnoklD. pi„ 2.7. 
Mhiyne. Al.. Orand. Cbleago, 2-7. 
Sbarii. BUncbe, Henderson'*. Coney Inland, N. Y., 

."batim.im (4), Crearebt tiardena, Revanv. Mane, 

2-7. 
Slplile ft Auneta, Colllna' (iardett, Oulnsbns, 0.. 

2-7. ' 
Simpson'". Uuslral, Rlectrlr Park, Newark. N. J., 

2-7. 
mirern A Kmery, Kleclrlr Park, Newark. N. J., 

2-7. 
Hludon Bros., Bbadysbla Park, Balto., 2-7; Ou- 

MTiiator's. Allnntlr Cllj. N. J.. 9 14. 
Smlib ft Regan, P»mot'r, N. Y. C., 2-7. : 
Sn.iiJi, Peter J., S:m Soiti'l. Cblcago, S-14. 
Snakerinos {lit. Relay, Nnhont. Mass., 2-7. 
Kpiiidillnt; ft Diipree, Caslho, Kalamasoo, Mick.. 

2*7: Grand Baplds, B-14. 
Knook MiONtrelK, Vlrtorla. N. Y. C. 2-7. 
Hpragne ft Mark, Dowllng's. Logansport, Infl., 2-7. 
Ktewart Sisters, Henderson's, Coney liland, 14. 

Stunri. Arthur, ft Keeley Hlstera, Cedar Point, 

Sandusky , U-. 2-7. 
Bln|ileion ft Clinney, ftoclsl Circus, New Caaile, 

Pa., 37; AHlaoee. 0., (I- 14. 
Still tmuu & Crawford, Nlppono Park, Jersey 

tfhol-e. Pa.. 2-7; Ouveruator's, Atlantic, City, 

R. J-, 0-14. 



Stewart. Winifred, Casino, Ne>w BTarea, Conn., 

2-7 - Merlden, ».14. . 
SUbe ft Kvans. Moore's. Portlaad, Me., 2-7. 
Htewsrl ft Rayoiopd, White City, Syracttae, N. Y., 

Rtepner ft Afa|>el, Colllna' Garden. ColombUB, 0., 

Btnfaiit A La Vardo. Park. Honeadale, Pa., 2-7; 

I'Dlrylnud. I'sterwD, N. J,, S-14. 
Rirli-ker's Dog Clrnw. Lagoon. Ludlow, Ky., 2-7. 
»1«veas. F.IwTl, Ketth'D, Boston. 2-7. 
»tnnley ft l^nnnrd. Ms Jest I iv Chicago, 2-7. 
Htanley ft Alleen. BIJ011. Mnrnnelte. Mich., 2-7. 
Stanley ft WIImou, Xben's. BulTalo, 2-7; Keith's, 

Plilla.. 0-14. 
SipVmi* ft Kelly, Sleeplerbose Island, Bridgeport, 

Conn.. 2-7. 
Slfiei.-H. I^o. c.. Bteeplecbsse liland. Bridgeport, 

C'oim.. 2-7. 
sriji-i.-.:) ft Florence. Manhattan, Norfolk, Va., 2-7, 
Hi. John ft I..- Fevre, Parm. Toledo, 0., 2-7; 

T»t>n|nug.v Pork, ('-oliinilms, 0-14. 
Sullltan. J dim J... Lngnon, Lmllow. Ky.. 2-7. 
Msrlcksnln. The, Monme I'ark, Tarooto, Can., 2-T. 
Hk-or Rrfw.. IHympl.-. Chb-ago. 2-7. 
Hwqn ft Bnmliard, 0. 01 II., Pllt^liorg, 27. 
Kymomls, Jnck. Tumlillng Dam Park. Brldgelon, 

N. J.. 2-7: Woodwlynne Park, Camden, 0-14. 
S)lw.ler. Jaasm Prlngle ft Morrell, New York 

K<wf. N. Y. 0.. 2 7. . 

Mylrini ft O'Neill, Ijikeflew Park. MIddletuwn, 

Cum., 2-7: Hanorer Psrk. Merlden. 0-14. 
Hylrefter. I.anrence ft Grace. Casino Park, Salis- 
bury, N. Oh 2-7. 
Ta?l»r, n.-.ra. l-'amlly, Lafayette, lad., 2-7; 

Grand. llnntlnKlon. 0-14. 
Ti.tiii.i Lake Park, KlngHtoo,- Chii., 2-7; Rink, 

Prentou. 11-14. 
JfrjL nnyuiMiiI, Fast End Tark, Metu|ihis, Teno., 

Texarkima ft Walhy, Titteadera. Phil*.. 2-7. 
Tlionie. .Mr. ft Mrs. Harry. Frtcbaif I'ark, Sew* 

lurl, R. I.. 2 7. 
Thome K Holdsn'ortb, Lake MlaDequa Park, Pue- 

lilo. Cul.. 2-14. 
Threk.M ft Wlcke. Grand, Hannibal, O., 2-7; 

• Htar. Mnncle, Ind., 0-14. 
Tavaante l.llliun, pnntor'a SH St., N. Y. C, 2-7: 
TUnrnlott. (Irear, Cak-tilta, India. 2-31. 
Tlppell A Klimeril Grand, Peru, Ind., 2-7; Olym- 
pic, Pbicagu. n-14. 
Toys, Musical, Falrvlew Park, Dayton, O., 2 7; 

Idlewltde I'ark, Newark, fl-14. 
Todd-Jmlge Family, O. O.H.. Pltlahurg, 2-7. 
Tops ft Tonky. Alnmeda Park, Butler, Pa.. 2-7. 
Tonkins. Wllllum. Olymtdc. Cldcafto. 2-7. 
9mm Tiirvy Tfta, Psnlage'a, Letlro Wooler, 

WskIi., 2-7. 
Truvert*. Roland, Alamo Park, Cedar Rapids, la,, 

2-1; Rlmrie Park. Sycainore, III.. 8-1 4. 
Tronliiitloiirs (:t). Spring Utore. Springfield, O., 

2-7; Fiiir? lew Park, -Dayton, fl-14. 
TtMlda, ''lli'ii Hnrea Pnrk, Rocbe»ter. S. Y., 2-7. 
TtHcatio Bros., Lnkexlde Casino. Akroo, 0., 2-7. 
Vnldares, The, KcIIIi'm. Pbllo., 2-7, 
Von. Chns. ft Fanny, Klevtrii* Park, Newark, N. 

Vulnis, Hurry K.. Novelty. Valleto. Cal., 2-7; 

Noretly, So>ckloii. 0-14. 
Vim AJBfifM ft Heory, Proctor'a. 2Ild Si., N. Y. 

.C, 7 ,. '. 

Van Gofre ft Cotrely. Mayfleld, Ky., 2-7. 
vjiladoiiM. Tbe, HullHhnry Beack. Maaa., 2*7. 
Vnldiirc, Bessie. Troupe, Henderson's, Coney ta- 

. land, N. X„ 2-7. 
fmimmuL Red River Circuit, 2-7; Family Park, 

. Sions City. law. 8*M. 

Viola ft Eugel. Atlanlic Gsrdeti. N. Y.C., 0-14. 
Warren ft Howard. Irwin, noahen, lad., 2-7. 
Wnt-ner, May, Schaefer'a Garden, Oolumbus, 0., 

W^keBeld, Wllla Holt, Proctor's, Albany, N. Y., 

Warren ft Rrorkwoy. Like Mii-higan Park. Uua- 

kegoti. .Midi., 2-7; Rubloitou Park, Ft. Wayue, 

I«d., 0-14. 
Witiif-diiodle Tour, Hendersou'a, Coney laland, N. 

Y.. fi*7. 
Wayhuru'tt Rain-Dears, New York Roof, N. Y. 0. 

2-7. 



Zlr.gorl Trouis?, Henderson'ji, Coney lslaod, N. Y., 
■•7. 

Zullla, Elln. I.ana Park, Washington, D. C. 2 7. 

f 1 an HHgeg=e^g=gn 

OS THE R(Up. 
Siipplemantal ' Mat — 'Received Too 

l.nte (or DhM ae« lion. 

Appell Stock ( N. Apiiell, mgr.j— York, Pa., 2. la- 
deBnlle. 

Blondin ft Leon Show— Rllsworlb, Kao., 2-7, 
LJ-ons 0-14. 

Cntrer Slock (Wallace K. Cutler, mgr.)— Park* 
erahurg. W. Vs., 2-14. 

Ciimmlrls' Wild West— Newbory port. Mats., 4, 
Oloucesrer r>. Siletn 0. Waltbam 7, Qulncy 0, 
I'lytOKnitli 10. 

Com pi* U Bros'.— St. Vincent, .Minn.. 2. Arcyle 
.1. Thief River J-'alls 4. Baruearllle &. Wahpe- 
ton. N. I>.. 0. Morris, Mian., 7, Olenwood 0. 

Cuie Bros', cirrus— Lapeer, Mtcb-, 0. Trenton 7, 
Saginaw 0. 

Cooke Comedy— Port Jefferson, N. Y.. 2-7. Hirer- 
.head, li- 14. 

Emerson's K touting Pi I ace— Venice, 111., 0, Graf- 
ton 10. 

UaimbKk'i, Carl, Show— St. Paul, Mian., B. 
Mankato 4. Worthlngtou ">, Sloox Falls. H- 
IMk.; 0. Stous City. la., 7, Dea Molaea 9, 
(JscnlooKa 10. 

Hnlla Wild West— Union City, Ind., 6, Winches- 
ter 10. Munclc II. 



Rich, Jack ft llorthn, Keith's, N, Y. C. 2-7. 2-7. 

Hlclianls Sisters. Bmptre. Col. S|«s.. t\tl., 2-7. Wallers A Prouty, Freehody Park, Newport, B. 1, 

Ring, .InllH. ft Cu.. Kellb's. Boaton, 2 7. 2-7. . 



Rmg, .... 

Rltier ft Foster, Klertrlc Park, Newark, N. J 

0-14. -, 

Rh> Bms.. (.'t». l>orni>r Purk, AUentotvti. Pa., 2-7. 
Rich. Jack ft BerlUa. Keltk 1 -', N. Y. U. 2-7; 

KellU-s. Phils.. 0-14. 
Rli-iiiril-"-". Luvenik-r, ft Co., OrysU], TfflMsd, 

Ool., 2*7. 
Roitrri i'e Mont Trio, lK-Inisr Ditnli'ii. Uklntiouia 

City, Ubls., 2-7 ; Harlem Pttrk, Itockford, 111., 

0-14. 
Rolans, Mr. ft Mrs., Fnmlly. Unite, Muni., 2-14. 
Rvmovy Midgels. Otjui|»li', ChlcHgu, 2-7. 
Hoss Sisters t.)i|>lilurn, Oulunihiis. Ind., 2-7. 
RquscI MnrTclouM. «ryxtal Park, Slum City, la., 

2-7: People's, Ksit'lttlur Spgn.. Mo., 1»-I4. 
Honay Sisters, Freebudy Park. Newport. R. L, 

Rtijiers, Jtio. P., i'alrylond, Palersou, N. J., 2-7; 
Kleetrk Pnrk. Amir. N. V., OH. 

Rimlrc*. 'Ilie, West r.iiil Park. New Orleans, La., 

H-7 : Olympic f'hl.-.iKu. !i 14. 
Uoiiitluo ft Stevens. Weltlug, Syracuse. N. Y., 

2-7. 
Rons ft [.effls. Varieties. Uliutlg. tier.. 2-2S. 
ItOKcrn. Will. Pnlaif, I-i'iiil.in. Kng.. 2-Aug. 31. 
Rose. Fuller, ft Co.. Mnjestle, Cldcago. 2-7. 
Rorce Rnis. C.isicsvlllf. Ph., 2-7. 
Ktiacr 1 - ft J.m'Ji-i*, Oif<inl l.uke, Annlstott, Ala., 

214. 
Roblnsun, Helene, A. ft S.. RuatoD. 2 7. 
HoOhey A llunllng Farm. Tuledo. rt.. 2-7. 
Rowe. Mny C. II. II.. WutslhVille, X. II., 2-7; 

Bellows F«1K VI., 14. 
H<vr>b. McArty ft lotus Girls. Mak-sllc, Oblcsgo, 

2*7. 
IIo.'v. Buy 1... G. O. II.. Pittsburg. 2 7. 
Rnekwny ft Cutiwav. tlshkosh. Wis.. 14a. 
Robin. I.ukemoot Park. Allouui, Pa.. 2-7. 
Hoode. Msrveloiis, Rlvenlale I'ark, Saginaw, 

.Midi., 27. 
Riiiiinim, Mtue.. Knst Knd Park, Memphis, Tenn., 

2-7. 
ItiisslMii Ti-aiitie, tlrcdt tlttldln. Klectrlc Park, tie- 

mill, 2-7. 
Kiltsell ft field. Klectrlc Park. Ramus City, Mo, 

2-7; Des Moines, In.. 0-14. 
HuKsell.' Phil ft Cnrrle, Casltio. Olcolt Beach. N. 

Y. 



Skin, tl. K-, A1eni.nr t>*Kte. Paris, Fr., 2-20; 

Nnns Tour. Kua.. 2!I-Aug. .11. 
furits, The, Ilrllrwihi! Park, Uulllmore, 2-7. 
Millar*. The. Cusfii.i, Oiiturio Reach. N. Y.. 2-14. 
Saolell. Great, Park. Khii-vepnri. La., 2*7; Shell- 

l«ncb Park, l.uke Charles. HM, 
Snlerini. Xe« York llimf, .\. V. P.. 2-7. 
Sanloro ft Mnrlo-v Star. Mimcuseti, Pa.. 2-7: Ouiey 

Islaml, Clurlnnall. 0-14. 
SaiitltTti, Ih-anc ft Snnders, ReichwivMl Park, 

\|>ir«vllte, Ky., 2-7; Drpln'mii. Piirtstnonth, 0., 

B-14. 
Rh.^is. II. n. H.. Plllslmrg. 2 7. 
Si'liepp's Itngs. I ■utiles ii Monkeys, Wlttotis Like, 

Ind.. 14, 
Rivitl. Mike. Pastor's. \'. V. 0,. 2 7. 
Hehtocli ft llbv. Park. CaHloll. I).. 2-7. 
scut a Wll«i.i(. Chester Park. Clhcliitiatl. 2-7. 
BeyiBrttrr*. The, Ihiiplre, A^UUhiilu Harbor, 0., 

Uka, ft Heagl^. Oimlmie. iip'n'kine. ^Vi*!i., Ill 
B-t'te-. Cn. Alahsmit Btkaam sMsT-M Park, 
Webster, Mass., 2-7. 



Wnlsli, Frauk. Oak Sntnmlt Park, Kranaitlle, 
Ind.. 2-14. 

Wiilnwrlght. Marie. Keltb's, Phils., 2-7. 
Waldorf ft Metidez, Oakwood Park, Plltshurg, Pa., 

Washer Bron.,.Kaoil)y. SIouz City, is., 2-7; Crys- 
tal, Ooiuhn. Neb-. 0-14. 

Wurd, Chas. B., Athletic Park, .Buffalo, 2-7. 

W'ullers. The. Ilidqtie. Winnipeg. Cau.. 2-7. 

Witlsb ft Itoblinwn. Btjott. Norfulk, \'a., 2-7. 

H'm'.iU'll. Fred ft .Mae, Spring Brook Casino, So. 
Bend, hid., 2-7. 

Welsh. Chns. ft Jennie, Crystal, Frnnkfort, loJ., 
2 14. 

West_cott, Kva. Wenona Beach, Day City, Mich., 

Webb, llenry L., People's Park, Lenten worth, 

Ki.ri., 2-7. 
Welch. .l.iimH ft Cella, BarllioloniHy'a. Charlotte, 

Weston ft Rnymonil, Hnmoni. Graod Rapids, 

Mice., 2-7. 
Web-li. Lem. Rlcnrds. Sidney. N. S. W., 2-7. 
Wells Bros, ft Sinllh. Kewuuee, HI., 27; KHte, 

Havenixirt. la., fl-14. 
Weston, Fmitilc. Rmplre. St. Paul. 2-7. 
Westoiw (!ll. Mualc Hall. Brlgbtou Beacb, N. I., 

West. Miss, Orphenin, Sprtngneld, O., 2-7. 
Willie ft Slnunmis, Keith's, Phlla., 2-7. 
WhlteUw. Arthur. Moore's, Portland, Me., 2-7. 
Whipple. Wnhlo. Lake Cbniuwey. West bora, Msu., 

2-i : Uke Wuchum-tt. riiinliier, fl-14. 
Witoirr. Baby Inuo, Lakeside Park, Dayton, 0., 

2-7. 
Wilson Bros,, lugersoll Partt. Des Moines, la.. 

2-7; Fores! Pari., Kansas City. Mo.. 0-14.. 
Wlulitninn. Allen. Sum Soucl Park, lllitcago, 2-7. 
Wilkes, Mattle, khW ft Stttll Tuiir. Rng., 2-Aflg. 

Willi's A Lewln, Kleclrlr. Pnrk, Newark, N. J., 0* 

14. 
Wilson. Jack, Trio, Keith's. Banlon. 2-7. 
Wllllnms ft Pullniun. Casino, Ontario Bescb, N. 

Y.. 2-7: Paslnr'H. N. Y. O.. fl-14. 
vvix-ii: ft Kalon. Ssus Soucl Pnrk. Chlrago. 2-7. 
Wlllaril ft Hughes, Falrtlew Park. Dayton, 0.. 

2-7: Morn Purk. YottpjcatowD, fl-14. 
Wrtilfur.l it Msrllsiro. I.Ltgooii. Ludlow. Ky., B-14. 
Wolf A Kadella, Poor Mile Crock. Krle, Pa., 2-7 ; 

lilor.t Park, Ynmigstowit. (»., 0-t4. 
W<HMHrnrd's Senls Pre>-body pirk. Newport, It. I., 

WnuiM 42). Orphltitu. SuringBetd, 0., 2-7. 
Wyckoff. Pretl, ft Co., Pasfor'a, N. Y. 0., 3-7; 

RiiCky PL, Pmrldwire. R. I.. B-14. 
YiimniTKtto Hum., Park. Canion. 0., 2-7. 
Ycager ft Yenger Pnlsce, Lottrion. I'ng., 2-31. 
Yenser. Kdwunl C, Cr.vi.tnl Pnrk, Sedalls. Mo., 

2-14. 
Yurfc Comrsly Four, Klecirle Park, Newark, N. 

J., 2-7. 
Young:. Tot. Fortsmonlh, tl.. 2-7. 
Yotltiift ft Rmnks. Snglnaw, Mich., 2-7. 
Kuggn. Mil" ft wire, tindrro?**. (Imml RapMa, 

Mlcli.. 2-7. 
Zeiin Jonlati ft Zimm>, l-'llll* Clmis, Cape Town, 

S. A., I 14. 
Kltin's Tmvesfy Co,, Utabus Park, Dgden, U., 

111. 
ZlinujcTOian. I\'tily..Qr|iheuin, JLm Annies, Cgl., 

2 7 ; Cfltttes. aStanp-cST, B-w" 
Zoubuulakls, Tbe, Empire, Oklabo,ins, Okla., 2-7. 



Knott, Roselle (Sweely. Shlpmaa A Co., mxrs.) 
Amherst, X. B., Con., &. Sprlngklll 7, Ballf 
IC-14. 



allfax 



Keystone Dramatic (Max A. Arnold, mgr.) — Vlnst 

f la ten, Me.. 2-7, Ttaomaston 0-11. SoutLwest 

Harbor 12-14. 
Lucky Bill's Shows— Snu rise, Nebr.. 0. Central 

tfty 10, Marquette II, Aurora 12, Hampton 

Of Bradshnw 14. 
I/iwery Bros. Show (Geo. B. I^jwerr, mgr.) — Sun- 

bmry. Pa., 7. Danville 0. 10. Bloomaburg 1 1. 12. 
Markle's Sunny South — Brookport. 111., 0, Metro- 

1-oJJs 7 Monnd City 10. Wlckilffe, Ind., 11. 
Marie's Speefolty. Co. (Al. Marts, mgr.)— Alton, 

Me., A, Medford 0. BedDeld 7. 
Nye. Tom Franklin — Denlsoo, Teg., 2-7, Mar'ball 

Ml 4. 
Norrls ft Rowe's Circus— Prince Albert, Sask., 

Can.. 2. Saskatoon 3, Davidson 4, Regloa '». 

Indian Head 0, Muoslmlu 7, Vlrdeo, Man., 0, 

Corberry 10. Smirls 11, Deloralne 12, Klllimey 

i:i, Monleu 14. 
New: Rn FloniiDf Palace (W. P. Nelr, mgr.)— 

Calbonn. Ky.. 0. Llvermore 10, South Carroll- 

ton li..R(nrkport 12. 
Osuiuti SUick (John Gsmao, mgr.) — Mansfield, O., 

10, IntleOnlte. 
Orplifmiu Otiera (Milton ft Sargent Aborn, nigra.) 

—Brooklyn. N. Y.. 2-7. . 
Parker. C. W.. Aninst>meur Co. (Cramer ft Tyler, 

n*r,«.) — Plottsmouth. Nebr.. S-14. 
Powers, Pod, Show— Richland, Mich., tl. Hickory 

Corners. 7, Bedford 0. 
Bo lil n son's, John. S bows—Carroll ton. III., 2, 

Winchester •".. Beardstown 4. Vlrdlu C, Litch- 
field II. Decatur 7. 
Bobbins', Frank A.. Shows— Wati-rbary, VI., C, 

.Randolph 0. Barre 7. Bristol 0, Brandon 10. 
Kapp. Mr. anil Mrs. (Augustus Rapp, niir.)— 

Yoiklown.. Ind.. 2-7. 
Sun ■MR,' Circus— Hancock, Mich.. 0. 
Sturrett's, Howanl S.— Wapidoger Falls, N. Y., 

,2. PongU keeps le .1, Hyde Pork 4, Pleasant Val- 
ley ft, M HI brook U, Stanford? ille 7. Pine Plains 

fl. Red Hook II). Kblnebeck 11. 
"llnele TnnVs Cabin." Stowe's^ — Havre, Moat., 4. 

Chinook *>. Multa 0. Glasgow 7, Poplar 9, Wll- 

llsion. N. bak., 10. 
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Clipper Bureau, 

•18 Craubonrne Street, 
Leicester Square, 

I.iiuJon, W. C. 
JL'SB as. 
Two new productions und a revival snved 
the week fronj belbg uu ureedlngly ciiyi uii-. 
liiialuess; wtts only fair, uud If It were uot 
for tbe exceedingly large number of bollday- 
luflkeis in town mtinv of the house-* would 
be Hhowhng lo slim attdleuces. Murky ond 
iiDcomfortaule wcattier during tbe past four 
ur tire dayH utakt-s uu Aoierlcuns vtio fre- 
iliiput Leicester Square think of Broadway 
ou a Uot SuruinerH day. 

- -The Miiclfun* of Bi.litjess." a romantic 
pl.iy, lu Tour arts, by the Ilou. Mra. Alfred 
Lyttletou, had It* premiere at the Criu-rlou 
early In the week, under Mrs. Patrick Cnmp- 
b^ll'ri mnnagenient. Uh teceptlou was bordly 
fulr, the players only receiving applause for 
Iheir work. The nceue of the play la laid Id 
the ball of Castle Unirnex. Mir Alan Mac- 
lean Is at the point of death. A marriage 
with n yoont* lady named Margaretta Sin- 
clair la the only thing that will save bin life, 
but the young person In question has scrupIeH 
iibom being married. She nas been betmyed 
by Prince Charles Kdward Stuart. Kor the 
sake of Sir Alan, however, she allows herself 
10 be over ruled, and the wedding taken place. 
The prince, pursued by the kings men, cornea 
to Castle Iiulruess. Sir Alun, :it ibe request 
of Ills wife, but contrary to his own convic- 
tions, consents to shelter the prince. The 
latter Is discovered by Sir Alan making love 
to his wife, which, of course, upsets him. 
At n supper party there is a dhtnrbauce, In 
which tbe prince Is stabbed, bur nut killed. 
The piny ends by the 1 prince going u way 
nud the husband ;tod wife being reconciled. 
I look for it abort reign of ibe tiresome play 
111 tbe Criterion. 

When Mm. Cumpbell lias flninhed her sea- 
son :tt ilif Criterion, about the middle of 
July, I Mleve, A. H. Can by will commence a 
Ken sun ot that bouse with "The Prince Chap," 
n comedy new lo this country. Hilda Trevel- 
y-iii. (ieorge ^belton, 11. A. UoberlsouaDd Sum 
Sotbei'n ure amoue tbe players already en- 
gageci for the production. .Mr. Caaby te|ls 
me thai there id nothing lo the play that 
will not be ttudentlaod by the Knglisli play- 
goers, n-id he does uut nutlcipale the i-iiili v 
rect-ption accorded "The Lion and tbe 
Mntt»e" because of the latter play being too 
American la Ila theme. 

The run of "Captain BraRHbotind's Coo- 
version." at the Court, comes lo on end <m 
.Inly 7. On the Monday following Gerunrd 
Shaw's "Yon Never Can Tell," will be re- 
vived, lu the rail, ou Sept. 17, Vedfenne 
X- Barker, managers of ibe Court, will revive 
at that house, "Johu Hull's Other lalnnd." 
wblcb will be followed a mouth Inter by 
"Man ond Superman." 

WiiPii the ciirtiiln was lowered on the Goal 
scene of the revival of "Tbe Gelaba." at 
1 iiily's-. on Mumbiy. there was as much of a 
(Ihtttrbance In the way of curtolu calls, etc., 
ns If the play was n brand new one. The 
dellKhtftil musical piny Is as popular as 
ever, ond !r royally deserving »r the sumpt- 
nnns prodtit'llou tletnge Fdwnrdes ban given 
It. The cast Is really n star one. and la- 
f-ludes : .May Do Sousa. Marie Ml 11 d holme, 
Marietta Sully, a French actress, maklog 
Iter H ret np|>earance lu London; Itobcrt 
liven, llordou ■'Cleatber. Talllenr Audreys, 
\Vlllle Warde, Pred Wright, (ieorge flravps 
nod Louis Itradtlrld. The latter Is the only 
member of the present compnuy that, lit 
IMUli, starletl "Tbe Ceishn" on Us loDg run 
ui' s.'vcn buadred nml sixty perform tin res. 
Kmpiy seals will not be too plentiful at 
Daly's during the next three montha. 

The faflclnntlna "((allies" contlnnea to 
drnw ffond sized houses nt the Comedy, and 
un definite pinna for (be future hove been 
made ns yet for that honae. It Is rumored 
tlmt Mr. I'rnbmnu mny make the Comedy 
the fistnre home of his newest acquisition, 
Cyril Mai.nl-'. 

Arrangements have just been completed 
hy Which Sir chnrles' \Yyndhom and Mary 
Moore will he seen nt the Criterion Kome 
time In October. In n new comedy by Hubert 
Henrv llnvles, enlltleil "The Molluae." 

A l<otidon piiblbailnn states that orrnnge- 
tncnis linve been made for the appearance In 
this clly. alter many years* absence, of 
Heli'T I-:. DUey : the play lo be "The Man 
ou Ibe Ilox," and the theatre, the Waldorf, 
the ShuibertV London house. IT the nroditc 
lion Is made it will be done In the Fall. -Mr 
Dlxey appeared Id "Adoola" at the old Gaiety 



when that- bonne waa under tb« naDBge- 
ment of Jobo Holllngsheid, la 1880. -- •' - 

A copyright performance of a new mualeal 
ehow, In two nets, entitled "My Only Ooufffa- 
ter,*' by K. Kinsey Pelle nod Adrian Ross, 
with music by EOMtache De Lorey, was given 
at (he.'Waldorf on the afternoon of June ri". 

Kmma Finch, maid to May De Sousa, Wat 
mn over by a motor rar at Brompron Hoad 
last Monday, and killed. She was on her 
wny to Daly's with MUs De Sousa ffhep tbe 
n.-cldeot happened. Tbe wheel* of the motor 
cor passed over her cheat. She woa token 
to St. George's Hospital, where life was pro- 
nounced extinct. 

.For Forbes Hobertson'9 forthcoming tour 
Klaw « Krlnnger hove Jttsr. acquired Ibe 
American rights of Bernard Shaw's "Ceaar 
and Cleopatra." * 

•It looks very much as If tleorge martM 
I, (in atriick another "Gelaba" In "See-See," 
■ new Chinese comic opera, produced for the 
first time at the Prince of Wales, on wed- 
nesdoy. Tbe book has been adapted by 
Charles Brookfleld, from the French, "La 
Trolsieme Lone." Adrian Boss has written 
tbe lyrics, and Sidney Jones la responsible 
for most of tbe music. A very brief Idea 
of the story: Hoog-Kee, a poor Chinaman, 
loves' Lee, toe daughter of the rich merchant 
Hoang. But the latter has decided that Lee 
unflll mnrry Yen, the son of the equally 
rich Choee. By tbe aid, however, of See- 
See, "the beauty of Peklb,", true love baa Its 
way, sod 8ee-Se? Is rewarded by falling in. 
love wltb Yen. Huntley Wright la excellent 
tin llang-Kc, a part equally aa strong aa that: 
played by Mr. Wright la "The fielsba." 
Others <n tbe coBt noticed for tbelr good 
work were: Denlse Orme, Adrlenne An- 
garde, Gabrlelle Ray, Maurice I'arkoa and 
W. I!. Berry. The music Is very catchy, the 
costumes pretty and the scenery quite up to 
Hie stnodnrd established by Mr. Edwardes. 
'.'See-See's" stay at the Prince of Wales la 
sure to be longer than that of "The Little 
Cherub." 

The one hundredth performance of "The 
Man from BlunklcyV was celebratefl at tbe 
llaymarket on Tuesday. Manager Harrison 
intends 10 continue the successful farce 
through Hie Summer months. 
. It is stoted that Fnnnv Ward, the wife 
of Joe Lewis,' a South African multi-million- 
aire, Is thinking ot returning to the stage. 
She Is said to have hero eugdged by Klaw 
& Krlanger, to play a part m a new play, 
by Hartley Muuuers. n& English author, the 
prnduetiou to be made at a .New Vork thea- 
tre. 

Spreral London managers nutf actor-mao- 
agerts hnve loured over lite Lyceum the past 
fen- weeks with a vim- to leasing aame, but 
to date nothing bns been definitely settled 
regatdlug the future of that house. I hardly 
look for another vaudeville ventnre. 

The directors of the Newcastle Pavilion 
hove declared a dividend of Ure rents on the 
ordinary shares, have written off two thous- 
and, elghty-tbree pounds, " twelve Bhilllugs 
and five pence from last year, and carried 
forward seven hundred and fiTty-five pounds 
and nIx shillings. 

Hugo Morris, brother of William Morris, 
Is In town. He has been here since Monday. 

ColltnV. Islington Kmpire'and the 1/ondou, 
Sboredlrch, are slated to close after Satur- 
day. July 7. and reopen on August Bank 
Holiday on tbe two-housea-a-nlght policy. 

Ethel Lucy Karri Thomas yesterday estab- 
lished ihe professionn I sratus of a '"Olbson 
Girl." A Judge and Jury In the King'B Bench 
Division came to the cooclualon lhat a Gin- 
fon girl Is an actress, and Miss Thomas won 
her suit. In which two previous juries had 
been unable to ngree. Miss Thomas sued for 
damages for wrongful dismissal, claiming that 
ns an actress she was engaged for the run 
of the piece, and was subject to a fortnight's 
notice. The jury found for Miss Thomas on 
all points without leaving the box, and Jus- 
tice Grantham gave a verdict for a sum to 
lie agreed ou by counsel, with Ibe coses of 
nil three mitts. The sum trlilrh Miss Tlumas 
will receive is said lo be about two hundred 
pound*. Thus ends a case that has been tbe 
iplk of the London theatrical world for 
aome mouths. 

In consequence of the death of Count Max 
Hnl lender. T. Ernest I'olden, who has been 
n director of the Palace Theatre Co. since 
Its Inception, has uuaulmoualv been elected 
chairman in his stead, and ns stated last 
week, Alfred Butt, who has been associated 
wltb the Palace for some years, and been 
manager since Mr. Morton's death, has been 
elected lo tbe vacant seat on the board, and 
baa now become managing director. 

Nick Murphy, stage manager of Harry 
Williams' Imperials, U in London on a visit. 
Mr. Murphy has a grent many friends now 
playiug Loudon and suburbia halls, and be 
spends mort.of his lime with them. 

Walter Ulbboui Intends further to extend 
his variety enterprises, and has secured tbe 
site for a new hall at Wlllesden, which will 
be capable of sealing four thousand people. 
Frauk Mnlchnm. who drew the plans of the 
Coliseum and other Moss & Stoll houses Is 
the nrrhltect. The house will be conducted 
ou the same Hues bh Mr. lithiums' other halls 
lu London and vicinity. 

Seeley and West have just concluded a 
Riiccessful rottud of the Moss & Stotl houses 
They have set back some American time In 
order lo accept good bookings lu this" conn 
try. 

I found the Pavilion filled '22. notwltb- 
fltnndlnc ran wearber rnvored outdoor enter- 
taiuruenr. The curreiir bill Is unite n strong 
ooe, and Is gcod value for the money. The 
llrst three numbers, .Nipper Lane, boy come- 
dian; James Slewnrt. trick plnnist, and Ar- 
thur Sbuer, programmed ns "Whistling Man 
m White. I missed. Tom Leamore, come- 
dian, had two good character Hoogs, and 
made good with Ihe audience. AGus and 
\ttlennn, man and wumnti. did a heavy lifting 
act quite out of the ordinary. Dressed in 
black and while, the two oihletes did eome 
really marvelous work, which Is brought out 
by n black liackgroimd coraplelelv surround- 
ing Ibe back and sides of the stage Leo 
Stormont, liorltone vocalist. Hang a patriotic 
song with Rood effect. Dun Eord nml Wot- 
ler Tilbury. lu n musical sketch, entitled 
"When the Cat's Away," Beared quite heavily. 
Charles Collet te, in 11 musical putter mono- 
logue called "Hard Luck." did very well. A 
very big success was made by C. Kmlya 
Jones nud hi* "Emerald LnrlW Quartette" 
lit n song seena. the members of the four 
being dressed to represent England, Scot- 
land. Wnles and Irelnnd. Their ulnglne is 
eitceileut. and tb» Idea of the act novel In 
(■very way, Mabel Sinclair, ventriloquist, 
held her own wltb the other strong acts 60 
the bill. Albert I.e torn appeared In n scena 
entitled "The Topical Topper." -His dancing 
Is excellent, and ns n Frenchman lie la per- 
fect. The Kentucky Four. Including Topsy, 
in plantation songs and dances, brought down 
Hie lion-;e. and took two or three curtains. 
T. E. Dtinvllre. whose fun making qualities 
nre known to all Americana who bnve bean 
In London, made his mslnmnrv hit. La MIIo, 
In classic |K>slng. and Crulbjibnnk. In sketch- 
.ng. ore novel nud pleasing. Jordan and 
Hnrvey are again plnylog n long enRiuer.tent 
here. They have been lu Englnml now 
nearly ran years, and bnve doiie remarkably 
well. They return in America In a few 
weeks for it short stny. as tltev are honked In 
this count rv for the next few years. Altee 
Pierce Is doing some new Impersonations, and 
meeting with deserved approval. Fxtn SMIii 
d-Mu-lng comedienne; Ibe Pavilion fJIrls. ond 
the Elve Veraons. xylo-ihone plav>>rs. I did 
not wait to see. The Pavilion sliding roof 
Is a great comfort ou n hot night. 

Frederick Melville, manager of "La Morn- 
fJIrl." who has been vacationing In toodon 
for the past few weeks, has spent most of 
tbe.tlm" attending ihp lmpnHaDt race meet- 
Iok*- Hf tejls nie that Ih- has backed qnlfe 
a few of' the winners. especJallv'those rldderr 
by Daony Maher. Ur. asd Mrs. Uelvill* 



and "La Moto-Glrl" go to.Oatepd next week 
for a change, and In July will commence con 
tloeiitai time booked. The ant date la 
CarUbad. jTj 7 

Veata Victoria baa contracted an afflictton 
of the th root that will prevent her fulnlflna 
her cngagementi for tbe next month. K-b 
stated that a slight operation may be neces 
sary I sfiw Miss Victoria at the Tlvotl one 
day Inst week.' aod at tlmen her vqioe * a . 
In very poor shape, A London dramatic duU 
ilcation Is reaponslble for tbe followlne 
"Mm a result of Miss Victoria's success Iti 
America Lncle Sam boa Bbown his apprecia- 
tion oT tbe popular comedienne by naml-ijr 
one of the new thoroughfares now bulldlnl 
Veata Victoria Avenue. ' r 6 

M. B. Leavitt arrived In I^ndon some two 
weeks ago' for the purpose of arranging for 
n playhouse' for his minstrel show, which be 
baa been organizing In New York. As vet 
nqthlng definite has been aettled wgardlua 
the house. 1 met Jerry Hart the other day 
and be fella me that things are ahaDina 
themselves nicely for the mfhttrel abow he 
Intends taking out. Who will be la the 
ileld first Is an open queaUpn. 

The London HippodrrHeTlB to have a new 
show very shortly. itJwMl be a spectacle 
production, Introducing varlona varietv 
turns. I-rellmlnary announcements premrt 
a very novel" and remarkable abow "The 
Flood"," as Ideal entertainment for Summer 
condones to draw good buslnesa. s * 

The Gotbo'ms are u new' addition to th*. 
Alhaiobra bill this week. Their singing and 
comedy are bolb up to the mark, and the net 
Is still In tbe front rank of quartettes on 
this side of the water They are doing oic^lv 
at ihe bwaUnr Square bouse. J 

I um told that Bervals Le Roy, now at the 
same bouse, wltb bis partners. Talma aod 
liogca, has In active preparation a modern 
mystlcalpioy. In which tbe three magicians' 
will star, supported by a llrst alas* compaav 
Tbe new atiow will make a tour of the prov- 
inces. .... . . 

"Manny" Warner, of Soroers and Warner 
lifts booked, I am told; Olsay Loftroj nn d 
Maurice I'jrkoa, to appear lu Joe Welter's 
Co. next season. The new vnudevllle Arm 
has made rapid strides since lam January 

To-ioorrow Mr. oud Mrs. Chlrgwlu will 
give a garden party at "Fasdale," Strraibim 
Hill. A feature of Ihe festivities will be a 
billiard match for ten pounds a side between 
Wal Pink and Joe F.lvln. There have, been 
Bonie famous encounters lu Mr Chlrgwin's 
handsome billiard room. To commemorate 
this one Mrs. chlrgrjln offers a sliver cup 
lo tbe first contestant who succeeds in beat- 
ing the record break of the room. The stake 
1-older will be John Barton, the referee 
Harry Tate, and the marker Mike Conwav 

Miss Valentine, of Radford ond Valent-ne 
has snctalned a o.id loss lu tbe death of her 
aister, which occured In Paris. Radford and 
Valentine weot to Paris to attend tbe funeral 
They will return in time to - open at the Pal- 
ace, C.iasgow. on Monday next. 

Leaving New Vork to-day are Norton and 
Rnsseli. Tbe clever musical duo enioved 
their pleoRi! re trip Immensely, and also 'ac- 
complished much in a business way by ploy- 
ing' two weeks to nhow their act, with a view 
to future bookings. They mode such a good 
Impression that' Ihejr were offered immeilla'e 
time, but ncccpling Mine was out - of the 
question, owing to profitable pnrk tlmebi-oked 
In the States. They return to England- In 
JBOi. to pir»y tweoty-seven we*-ks, commenc- 
ing April 1ft. 

Wilson nnlletr, *i mimic, especially noted 
for his child ImpersotintlouH, In soon to visit 
America, having recently booked a season 
(here. A short time ago, at the Palace Mr 
Hatlett scoreil really the hit of the whole 
show, and at the time there were many very 
stroncr acts on the bill. 
. C'llrr Ry land's daughter Ethel, on Monday 
Inst, joined tbr Pavilion Olrla, now enjoviug 
n lengthy and successful engagement at that 
house. 

Will H. Sloan, the well known America 
ranslrol cumrdy comedian, who recently re- 
turned from South Africa, where he went 
as principal comedian, of a company present- 
ing "The Prince of Pilsen." "Idol's Eye." 
"The Chaperons" and other American mu- 
sical, plays, will make bin first vaudeville oik 
pen ranee In London next Monday, at the 
Middlesex, in n comedv sketch, entitled "The 
Plumber." Mr. Sloan will have the assist- 
ance or Florence Gerard and Kitty Hamil- 
ton. 

The membership list of (he Variety Art- 
ists' Federation grows larger every day. At 
present It numbers two thousand members, 
fhe official organ of tbe Federation, "Tbe 
Performer," has Also grown In site. It has 
twenty HUM now. 

One of tbe beat all 'round entertainments 
to be seen la Londou at»pretjept writing la 
found ot ,the Empire. At than house one 
mny see nnd excellent baler, nn amusing and 
tuneful revne. and aome of the best variety 
acts to be had. The ballet, "Coppella," with 
Mile, (lenee aa the premiere dansnise, 
Is the best liked ballet the Empire manage- 
ment has done lu years, and Mile Oenee, 
who Is on tbe stage practically alt the fine, 
the ballet la la action, has added to her 
popularity one h uud red fold by her Incom- 
parable dancing. She Is acknowledged by 
nil to be '.he finest dancer In her line that 
London or nny other country has ever seen. 
J -as* Monday, In the revile, "Venus'' appeared 
In n new dress, and aside from a poor 00m- 
edv (illusion to tinned beeTT It waa far 
brighter and enjoyable thnn the first edi- 
tion, Morris Cronln's dogs, working under 
the name of Wylle's dogs, open the show, 
nnd do extra well, considering the rather 
poor place on the bill. Amann, imbersonaror 
of fntuonn men. Is duplicating the success, 
mode in his former visits to tbe Rmplre 
Arthur Prince, ventriloquist. Is plavlog a 
special cugageintot here, and Is meeting 
with his usual success. Mr. Prince sail* for 
New York to-day week, to play a long Snm- 
nter engagement uuder Oscar ftnmmersteln'a 
management. Morris Cronln and bis troupe 
of club Jugglers have hid their engagement 
prolonged from ten to tlften weeks, and the 
clever cronln could remain even longer If 
other bookings could be but aside, but that 
can not bo done. He sails for Boston late 
in Sepiember. and will open at Keith's Bos- 
ton house Oct 8. The last engagement Mr. 
Cronln played In America waa at the open- 
Inp; of the Boston Keith hoitae twelve years 
aan. The dog act will also" be taken to 
Arnerlco, nnd will play on Ihe aame bills 
wltli Mr. Cronlti. The Marine Brothers 
nre nearlng the end of their second engage- 
ment. Their ncrobatle and comedy act Is 
so well liked by the Empire audiences that 
arrangements are now In order for a return 
nest year. This week the Marlines signed 
a con t met for South Africa. Thev will leave 
Lngiaod for that country a venr from next 
September. 

Speaking of South Africa reminds rae that 
due to-dny are: Mooney nnd Holbein, Pierce 
and Mnizep. and Doujrloe and Ford. Alt 
three acts were emphatic blta In South Af- 
rica. Next week I will be able to say more 
regardlig the future movements, etc., of 
ihe above menltoned nrtlRts. 

II. J. Ford and Stella Hnmmersteln, 
daughter of Oscar tlammerateln, open at the 
Palace on Monday, lo a sketch bv Cbarlea 
HmnHton. entitled "The Lady Burglar.:'.. 

Hose Stelil closes her phenomenally aucrew* 
fnl stny nt the Palace to-night. She Is 
soon to leave these shores, as rehearsals for 
the piny, "The Chorus Lady." will soon he 
under wny In New York. The first perform- 
ance of the play will be given In Boston 
early In September, nt Ihe Hollls Street The- 
atre. II. u. Harris will moke the produc- 
tion. 

Bare Devil Schreyer is In France, and 
likely to remain there far many thontni- ■< 
he recently signed a cnutract, wltb a l*urin 
manager to do his famous 'dive at the Lie 
expositions to be held in different parts ot 



JULY r y 



THE ISTjW YOBK CI^PPER. 



53.7 



France Coring the next four or Ave months, 
the 'ir.=t dive to be made to-morrow. At 
lourcolng. which la near tbe Belgian iron- 



loureolng, whim is near tneiwi|iMi iron- Montreal At Theatre Francals (F W 



After t 'j *■ expositions have been visited bv 
thf daring 'cvrllst his manager hopes to ob- 
t« (n permission for HchreyeFs appearance 
m rarlB. At present the police ofhthih wll' 
nnt grunt (hat permission. Credit for what 
noks to be "EC of the best nnd moat profit- 
able engagements tfcbieyer hHn ever had mast 
be given t* Leo Derendii. of Derenda'aod 
(frren.nhh drew up the contract and acted 
■< interpreter for tjchreyer. 

pinT Moiln has returned to the halls, and 
■ laMMSrtatr 1 lhl* week ai the Metropolitan 
In n duologue, entitled "My Twin Wife." The 
offering hat» Iwn received with much favor 
IbrmuMUt the week. The story: baa wdo 
nlir t\ voiinc wife, who suspects her tin*- 
Mind of an Infrttwitlnn for her ulster, and 
«-im dl.-*gtil»ea herself to try him on (bat 
Mwrlrii'ii. bh It were, M(s« Morln la «a- 
:i.tr 3 by the author of the duologue. Law- 
react Sterner. 

The offices of The Haute Halt n»d Theatre 
Jrrrletr. one of the best of the focal" vaude- 
ville pnblliatlhnn.' w!It shortly he- removed 
to more central and cumraodloua premise" at 
14 Leicester Street, Leicester Square.- The 
omVee were formerly occupied by Adackrr k 
son- Mr.- -Hlbuert, - the editor, also Intends 
to enlarge and better his interesting journal 
1b many ways. '■■ -*=••" - - 

Uly ^ Seville lately returned from her flnt 
visit 1PW States, where her singing act 
was received with marked approval. After 
an attended holiday at her home Miss Se- 
ville goes bark to America early In Hentem- 
l*r. to play twenty weeks on the Keltnclr- 

Th" fatal Occident to Lily Cove, n para- 
chutist, has prompted Herbert Gladstone to 
talk "f introducing a bill Into Parliament to 
prohlMt women engaging in any to-called 
nauterous pet rirmum ts. The bill, if passed, 
will affect the tousle halls to n certain de- 
gree, and will he- a serious blow to open air 
shows, where alleged dangerous aria abound. 

Frank MacnaiiRhren hart just, acquired a 
lease nf toe Stoke Newlngton Theatre, which 
he wMrenpen as a variety bouse on August 
Rank Holiday. 

The Sisters Adele I*evey and May Lilian 
Levey have' again- become partners, and In- 
•eod reviving many of their famous char- 
acter comedy creations. ; Offers are al- 
readv being made' for their tfcrvlc.es. Includ- 
ing one from Paris. The sisters will open 
in America In November. 

Apollo, the great Kuropean exponent of 
Jlu-Jltmi ivrestllDR. has poitponed his trip 
to America for the present. On Monday 
next. at the Orfnrd Apollo, assisted by several 
of bin pupils, will give exhibitions, lie will 
also offer Kitbtftantial prizes to the competi- 
tor* who oppose hlru each night. 

To-night will see the last performance of 
.toe Peteroian's "Kirs of Sahara," nt the 
Oxford. The little musical sketch has not 
met trlth the success expected by Mr. Peter- 
man, and the latter ban decided to have a 
new book wriiten, and make several changes 
in tlie cart. It will be seen at one of the 
Suburban balls in a- few weks in Its revised 
form. 

Hal Godfrey, who came to London a few 

wters ago, plays his first date on this tide 

of the water at the Hoi born Umpire on July 

9. He will be seen, la "A Very Bad Boy." 

*»» 

M:w YORK STATU. 



tendance June '24-:ib\ "More to'Be Titled 
Than Scorned" Jul* 17. 

DoMiMDN- Park (M. A. Doraey. manager). 
—lh!s park continued to draw big crowds. 
Last week the at t ruction wns Wccdon's lions. 
MorlnVBund week of 1. 

Hon Her Pabip iLavigne k Lajolc. inana- 
gera). — Warm weather was responsible for 
n bl« lricreaw> In the attendance. The bill 
was as follows : Great GoldeS Rusklnn Trn.pe, 
Italph Johnson," Morris and' Morris, Jules 
(iOgny, Kartell! Trbnpe, Lavlgnc's Band and 
orchestrophone. 

It immune Park (Al. F>. Head, manager). 
—Business wns good during last week, with 
the Ktglit Jnckwna, itappu SlstCrn. Le Nolc 
Brothers, Sadl AlfaroliI, Boirera;W'aIler8 and 
Crotker, and bloscuiie. ' ■ 

STArfi.nr' HAtL.— The Barnard Stock Co. 
opens '>, In "My Mother In law:" 
• i 

Ht. John — At the Opera House fA. O. 
Skinner, manager) "Weary Willie Walker" 



* I linn?-. — proctor's Theatre (Howard Ora- 
him. resident manager* la the only tbsatre 
open now, and business' Is correspondingly 
on the Increase* all seats being taken after- 
noon ami evening. The bill June -."> and 
week was, banded by Paul Snadohi and Stln- 
t-on sod Merton, who received generous ap- 
plause. For July 2 and week : Barrows, 
l-sncncter and company, Le Rov and Wood* 
ford. Paul Games, Althen Twins, Wills Holt 
Wakefield, Corbley and Burke, aud the 'litre* 
^[areenas. 

Altho P4BK draws great crowds after- 
noons and nights to escape the heat of the 
cltv. A One bill Is presented dally besides 
The regular attractions. For .2 and week: 
Dues' Band, Babcock, In looping the loop; 
Wlacherman's trained anlmala, Lester Bros., 
and Llnole Bros. 

LA0O0N i SLANT1 AND ELECTRIC PARK BTS 

also doing a fine business. At the rustic the- 
atre : Chas. Sabine. Marty O'Nell and Mile. 
Vera, rrlnccss Chtnqullla, Jack Lyle, Bicby 
Craig, and LeClalr and Hart. 

..*. — a — 

Tvoy»— At Prortor'a f William H. Or«ham, 
resident mansgen the bill for week of July 
2. "'The Man from Mexico." ' 

Ltcepm <Kdna- Archer Crawford, mana- 
ger). — This theatre will reopen July 2. with 
the Crawrord fltock Cn.. under the manage- 
ment nf Krtnn Areber Crawford, In "Ca- 
mllle." Wrek of !t, "Pink Oomlnoa." 



Le* X Doherty. ML B: tilles, c.iith Randall 
and Mabel Herbert deserve mention. Ton- 
Jere McAullffe Stock Co. opened a week's eh- 
rtgemenl ^3. presenting "The Man o'-Win*> 
Man,'' to good business and giving a good 

Serformiince. Jere McAulllfp, Wm. Hnwetu 
aa. Ca&sedy. Margie Dow- and Nella Ilobfn- 
«on deserve mention. Jere McAullffe, AI.'"W. 
Wlbon and Anderson and- tiolnes supply 
vaudeville numbem. Uoselle Knott, In 
"Cousin Kate." July 2-4 : : "When Women 
Lovc^' "> 7. "Peck and His Mother -In-I j»w" 
0-11. Cohen's San Kranclsco plelures T-'-H. 

Yobk (R. J. Arntntrong, manager). — The 
pupils of Ml;;? Whitman s conservatory of 
music held' their anhiml recital' June -■">. 
U«». N'elsun Price alwi look part. This 
hotise will remirtri tarf for some weeks. 

NOBM — Bertram Harrison, of Margaret 
Anglln'a Co., who has been visiting his homo 
here, has left on a vt»lt to Kogftwd . . , . . . 
Ueo. Nelson Price, of the ThesplHn Dramatic 
Co.. la visiting' his mother.. .. .'.Jere 1 ' Mc- 
Aullffe received a warm welcome from his 
friends on hie ilrat entrance on tbe<at;<ge 
here Ml..*. ...K, M. Sbnlerl representing Ro- 

sc.-e Knott, was In town '2'.l-11T. . . i". .'.' Cdl. 
tflltard Stanton, representing Jere McAullffe 
Stock Co.. left M for calafa, Me... ...The 

Kmplre Booking Co.. of this city, now baa 
a « 'mill of tircnty-Ilve cities and town: 
the maritime provinces. 



ne-ie-ianrt. -At the Ku.-iid Arcane Oar- 
d;na (Mar Kaetkenbeur, maoager) "Tha 
Merry Khan." wtfck of July - , , la. the Initial 
nffeilng of the he% opera company that will 
be seen bete" for several weeks. The Wil- 
liam Karmirn Co. gave 'Viivlnlns" on the 
last blli last weeek. and gtflw houses pre- 
vailed. Opera company week of l». 

Coi.imm-v i Harry la Kline, manager>. — 
"Lord Chiitnley" will be given by the II. O. 
Herr SUklr'Co. week of s. "A Htranger In 
a StranRc Land" had go«| recelpti last trcek. 
Hera Ktoch Co. week nf f» ■ -' * 

Ltr.vv P*he (Klwnod MaiNbury, mnnnger). 
— The rhktf alirr.ctlona *rrck of I Inchrdc : 
The Marnola Troupe »f Teh Arabs, aw>the 
Grand Army Hand,' of Canton. With' lMt*Hrr- 
unfa Hand nnd Allw.s. the wire walker, as 
ihewtellnr attractions. Li.na had good cron-da 
Ust wee(r. ' ■• ■• ; 

l,t\rr.r,v 1'akk (Krank S|>ellmnn, muna- 
gerr.— William Wilson, "The Human Cy- 
clone," la- the clitef ailrat'tlon at Lincoln 
week* of l T. > 

Kami's (H. A. Daniel*, tminnser) . — II III 
week or 2 lniluden : PAvId M. Hartford and 
innitmn)'. Sims and Conrad. Charley Case, 
Sisters Rappo, Sd(\\ AlfarftM, HbWard and 
Howard, and' Byerasflfl Hermntm. 
■ i «' ■"■' ■ — 

nnvtnn — folrView" Park Cawlno iBImer 
lled¥llc. manager) contlhnes tb no very good 
biiBtBess,'bnvlng splenqld house* every even' 
Ing and matinees. Illlj for the week of July 
1 : Hughes nnd Wlllsrd. Arthur Doming. Mm 
sIcatToys. Harry 'Da Coe, and' Mr. and Mtt. 
Jack, la -A JrJdlrloiiM investment." 

»♦♦ 

ma»sacih:mktts. 



Robert Krohn, director of fenctng- Ml danr> 
Ing. The Incidental music was that of Sir 

Arthur Sullivan The Graham Sirlnjt 

Quartette gaVo a recital Juoc It), at L'nf 
tarlaa Chapel, which Was fglrly atlenrted, 
William Wallace liraham and Mrs. shmimii 
W/nmrn, vtollnlais, were the sololkts. 



HUSHWTV. 



CALIFORNIA. 



towns In 



Rochester. — At the Lyceum (M. E. Wolff, 
manager) the Stewart- Opera Co. gave one 
of the finest prescn tot Ions of "UiroUe Gl- 
roQa" ever seen here week of June L'S, to 
very large attendance. Too much praise can- 
not be given to ISdna-r^ssct, Alice Kalrbnlrn, 
Frances Golden. Hut t vc Vox, Wm. ii. Slew- 
art and Kredcrick Knlgbis. Uco. W. Leslie 
made a most emphatic lilt In the lending 
<omedy role. - Th« Bohemian Clrl" July2-i. 

Natioxai. (Max Hurtlg, manager). — The 
Louise -Vale Stock Co. greatly' strengthened 
ffce impression of Its opening week, June 25- 
,;, J. by glvlrag an excellent Interpretation of 
"Itosrdnle." to packed houses. Louise Vale, 
Charles. Carver and Bbeldou Lewlswere well 
net. Week of July *j, "A Celebrated Cise." 

Cook OrFRA Hocsk (J. H. Moore, inunu- 
per). — The Moore Stock Co. had fine returns 
last week, pnttlnp on "Lost River" In a 
capital manner. The new leading lady, Wll- 
lent- Kershaw; who made her first appear- 
ance, mads an Instantaneous' bit. net train 
Lytell. Adellna Itaffetto-and Arthur Rut- 
hd|e loaned good support. July 2 and week, 
'Cumberland 'rtl." 

Bakke TsivATiit: (J. H. Moore, manager). 
—The. John C. Klsber Co. put on "The Sil- 
ver Slipper," Jane 25-27. to big returns. 
Performance was excellent. Gertrude Mil- 
llogton. "George B. Mack and A. MacFar- 
land gained rounds of applause for their 
elerc-r Work, Owing to previous contracts 
thin' company closed 27. The bouse will' re- 
main dark until Labor Day. Sept. 3, when 
the 'Moore Stock Co. begins Its second season 
here. 

DMSUtfa' Bnvcn Pack (James Clancy, 
amuse, director). — Business herein still up 
lo high water mark. The Oarson Bros., the 
Flood. SIstM-s, the Mltlman Trio, and Lon- 
don Bron. showed to excellent advantage the 
past week. 

Casino Theatre (Jas. Rear don. proprie- 
tor). — Beginning July 2. the following ap- 
pears here : Jumea Logue, Florence Fox% the 
saHm. ■ Frankle Attrldge, Kittle Arthur. 
Wm. Dwyer, Stevens and Boyd, and Hugh 
Campbell. 

IiJ.es Haven Tabk (Bert E. Wilson, man- 
ager). — As tmuut this nature park Is al- 
wiya crowded. The act of the Valveno 
Bros, scored heavllv the paat week. July 
2 and week : -Adele Purvis Onrl. Youngs and 
Brooks, tturkliardt and Berry, Harry Tsuedo 
and Lillian Maynard.- 

Sga BttEKtv. 1'AUK en. 13. Wilson, mana- 
ger). — litis pleasure ground Is the baven of 
rhrongs of amusement hunters. 

Casino Theatsb (Fred H. Grell. mana- 
ger). — Mo change ot bill is auuouoced. Bust* 
ness is excellent 



London,- At the Grand (3. B. Turton, 
manager) the onlrnetoscope opened Its fourth 
week's engagement June 25. Manager Turton 
expects to keep the house open all Summer 
with tbc'ptcture machine. 

KOftta, — The tenders have been let for the 
rebnlldliiK of Bennett's Vaudeville. Work 
was commenced lust week, and the demoli- 
tion la going on very rapldlv. The Interior 
of the hotise -wss completely pulled down. 
The bouse will he lowered 1 to the ground 
(loot', and It Is expected that London wilt 
bare one of the finest vaudeville houses In 
Canada.. ... .The water commissioners, who 

control Sprlngbank Park. Dually arranged 
with the l.or.dim Street Railway to take a. 
three years' lease of the park, and it will ba 
opened July E J. IL Stewart has been ap- 
pointed manager. He went to New York to 
engage a stock company. 

■ -— i » ■-■ ■— — — 

wiimitirii. — At the Winnipeg Theatre 
'C. P. Walker, manager) the nose-Tan Comic 
Opera Co. opened a short Summer season 
June 25, and has been playing to very fair 
business. 

Bunt; (Nnsh & Burrows, proprietors). — 
Business Is good. Following for week, of 
2D : Claude Austin, Geo. Clark. Jno. Dunn 
and WJIhelnm Francis Co., Kdward Kellle, 
Wnrdeman, Swor and Westbrook, and mov- 
ing pictures. .•■--■ 

IIsiqi'b (Nash & Burrows, proprietors). — 
Businr^ continues gocd. showing moving 
pictures and illustrated songs. 

• ■ ' - ■ i ■ ■ » i ■ •• — 

Ottawa. — At the Auditorium, Brltanla- 
on-tbe-Buy (J. K. Hutchison, manager) 
business was big during the past week. The 
bill Included: Faust Family, the Dixie Sere- 
nadera, Ben Beyer, Watson Sisters, the bio- 
graph. 

kuivi'M k Bailey's Show will be here 
June 2ti. 



.Toronto. — The bill" for Etonian's Point, 

week of June 25, Included: Tanna. Massey 
and Kramer. Alvln Bios.. La Adella. dan- 
seuse, and De Kota, Illusionist. Underline 
for week of July 2, Clark's Dog and Pony 
Show. 

4 I » 

OHIO. 



.lock: MoIlntmM Dend. 

tfohn E. McDonaTd, who was we'll knows to 

theatrical and .racing people, was kilted In the 
rallrovd wreck at Salisbury, tinslgnd, July 1. 



Cincinnati, — The theatrical sensation of 
last week came in the announcement (but the 
London spectacle of tbe Hhiiberts, "The Blue 
Moon," -had' been secured to show at' Music 
Hall during the coming Fall festival. The 
Hcairt Company; which Is building the new 
Lyrk Theatre, gave Its consent to the book- 
ing; '. -. . L 

CilKs-rcn Park (I. M. Martin, manager). 
— The Chester Park Opera Co. enters upon 
Its third Week Jtltv 1, presenting ".lack and 
the Beanstalk."' »'The Belle of New York" 
was staged Inst week, ' and -great crowds en- 
Joyed - the performance*. Hut nights were 
conducive 1 lo tremendous business. 1 -In the 
vaudeville t her. tie" Cook and- Clinton. Leon* 
aid- nnd Drake, 8i:ott and Wllxoa, Kthardo 
and Uarrnllton. and Hodges wilt- be seen. 
'I here will be the umuiI extra -attractions In 
the wuy uf Fourth of July dreworks. 

The Zoo (Walter J. Draper, secretary).— 
Innes and Ills band began their third and 
last- week 1;- The popular concerts drew 
splendid crowds last week. There arc s'ym»* 
phonv, Wagner and Innes nights booked for 
ibis week. Mice's Dog and Tony Circus Is 
doing nk-ely. - '* ' 

Ludlow Lacoos (J. J. Weaver, manager). 
—John L. SulTtrnn will be the topllner in 
Hustle Theatre 1. Hn propOHes to Illustrate 
his cireer. The Macks. John and Carrie, 
Mile. Mhrle; Prof: Charles Strieker and bis 
trailed -horses and dogB. with a pictorial re- 
production or the Cor bett -McCoy boring 
match, will make up tbe programme. Last 
week the Queen City Juvenile Opera Co., 
under Manager W. F. Clark, pleased large 
audiences with their musical potpourri.' 

Coskt Island (L. T. Anderson, manager). 
— Oscar Khrgott Is to Introduce the Cincin- 
nati Opera Co.. 1, in "The Mocking Bird." 
E'our weeks of opera are assured. The princi- 
pals Include: Alfred Duxchlman, John U'Don- 
hell. F. H. McMechan, Margaret ftolan. Julta 
E^vhe, Clara Taylor. Clara Moullah, Kstelle 
Striieve. Blanche Bnegler, Elnnst Simon, 
Itari v Weil ami Kdwurd Hanke — all mus- 
tereil'from local talent. The vaudeville turns 
will be provided by: Norman, the Frog Man; 
Four KIlHWortbs. Mitchell and Browning. 
Tli tee La Movnes. and'Mme. Louise. Biggest 
iHislneDK Id the history ot tbe Island was 
i+onded Into the last week. Governor Harris. 
Ohio's new chief executive, was a visitor on 
Republican Day. when the Stamina League, 
under President J. H. Bromwell. and the 
Xorwood Itepubllcun Club, under President 
lien Mn I ford Jr., turned out In great num- 
bem. 

st.vmcr Chat.— George Seboettle, after a 
few days at League I'afk, bas rejoined Henrr 
M. Zlegler's great spectacle, '-Feasts ahd 

Furies,'* at Indianapolis Herlln Beach 

Is the Inst -resort to enter the wrambie for 

Hvunnter pat linage The Advertisers' 

Club enjoyed a Kentucky dinner nt Lndlow 

Li.goon Mav 27-. The Ozavs made «ortd 

at Chester Park last week. .... -Harry Mld- 
dletvn la the life saver at Queen City Beach. 



Kali River.— At the Savoy (Al. Ilnyncs, 
mntinger) the Huntington Stock Co. presented 
the thoroughly enjoyable farce, "Naughty 
IlebeiCH," last week, to' excellent btialnesw. 
BljouWashbnrne had thn title role, and made 
a most effective Rebecca. Kvclrn McVeigh, 
a clcVor child actress, nppenred In wonga'nnu 
dancing, nnd won' henrtv applati-je for her 
cute manner and bright work. Week of July 
2. "The Circus Ctrl." 

HHEKbt's (John Barry, manager). — "Jim 
the Penman" was prcwented. to good returns, 
last week, by tbe .1. ■ I'ranlc Burke Stock Co. 
Mr. Burke, In "the title Nej was excellent. 
Week of 2, "For His llrotber'a Sake." 

Nickelookon (D. II. Bufllntoo, manager). 
—Week of '* : Tbe Wlnstanleys, Ray nobln- 
son, Jas. McKlroy, Miiy Swl't, nan Nickel- 
tH-one. IltisinesM Is up to the standard. 

Notkm. — The Barnum & Bailey Circus illled 
the tent at both afternoon and evening per- 

forrannces here, June W tleorge Hocy 

Is doing the press work at Sheedy's Theatre, 
.; ..'..-Mrs. tiustare (iauss, (acv Kuby \-)»- 
wood) wax In town last week-. Wash- 
burn & IV Alma's Trained Animal Show 

flppejirs here July D-7 Col. Cummins' 

Wild West July Ik Ueorxc Wiley, the 

treaxurer of ibe Academy of Music, Is spend- 
ing his vacation In Maine, ilshlnc 

Worcesier.— At Poll's Theatre (Chas. 
W. Fonda, resident ntanngcr) week of July 
*_•; Poll's Own Stock Co., In "An Enemy to 
tbe King." Business Ik good. 

Wiiitk Citv tT*. II. Blgi'low, manager).— 
Week of L'.the tt«inl permanent attractions, 
together with outdoor vaudeville In the new 
theatre. The sii»cliil rttrncttons wlli bo 
Nlntlng and the Kltamura Top Troupe. 

■ Lakh (War. Con. St: Ity. *:<>., managers). 
— Week ot-2. 4. W. tlorman'H opera Co., In 
"Olivette.'* Last week one of his eotnpsnlea 
produced "Mr. Planet from Mara," to excel- 
lent returns. 

PivKirt'KMT (J. P. Caples, resident mana- 
ger). — Week of 1 In the Riwtlc Thea're: 
Conplnger and Wblb-% Fred Bowman, Ken- 
:icdv Mtid Jitnies, Itose Parker, Wallv and 
Wally, i*nd tbe Cumeily Trio. Sunday <-on- 
certs arc drawing well and weekly business 
Is very good. 

'Dahm'M k Bailky'h CiHOt;s arrived from 
Brockton, Mass., July i; and gave two per- 
formances Monday, 2, to capacity business. 
— — — , „ ,« 

Ly ii ii. — AF the Belay Theatre, Base Point, 
Nnhaut (Charles W. Hheafe, manager), busi- 
ness was'falr last weekiand an Improvement 
Is" looked for, now that schools are clused 
ahd people are flocking to the pet) Intuitu r. 
This week": Tbe Two Snakerlnos, Dwyett, 
Will and May Reno, the Brobst Trio, and 
the bioscope. ' •■'-' 

(J'riiM.tN's SritMLfi TittcATSR, Salem Wil- 
lows (Michael Doyle, manager). — An opera 
was presented- by one of the Uormaa cotn- 
phnles Inst week Ibal was witnessed by large 
audiences. This week, comedy Is the bill. 

' N'.m:s, — Sam- ,1. Banks.- a former Advance 
agent for Hit Slg. Sawteile Show, was here 
ri'few days ago, with Mr.' H a rg reaves* ndyer* 
tUing car. and covered Lynn with his post- 
ers .Tin? Barnum & Bailey Show also 

hhan tine ■ billboard display: Col. Cum- 
mins" Wild West Sbfiw will be seen In Salem, 
July It. 

s . — 

Lawrence. — At the Colonial Theatre 
(Al. Havnes, manager) the Wright Hunt- 
ington Stock Co. played "Moths, to excel- 
lent biiKineHR last week. ' "Naughty Rebecca" 
week of July rj. Marlon Buroey and Wright 
HuntlogtoQ Hre special favorites, and are 
worthy of the, favor shown them. 
< i » 
ORKOON. 



Portland! — At the Helllg (Calvin Helllg, 
manager) Henrietta Crusmundld big business 
June *J'£, rJ3, ■'•Said* Pasha" was presented 
by the KendHlI Mtislcat Co., at thla hnnae, 
li*2J. and ut Ihe-Krajdre 22. 'J'l. BiiKlne** 
wiih fair. "Thu Telennono OlrT*- -4, at tula 
hotise, to a fair audience, the lighter nttend- 
anre Iwlag due to excessive heat. "Wang" 
July l. 

Kakki: (dco. L. Bnker, manager). — The 
Baker Theatre Co. presented "Madame Sana 
tlene" 124. ReotuKc of the extreme bent the' 
usual capacity nudlcnceH were not present, 
but the attendance wns very good. Tbe com- 
pany 'did enorinous business week 'of 17, with 
"When We Were Twenty-one." "Hip Van 
Winkle" Julv 1. The season of the company 
will be brought to an end week of 8, durlrij 
whlrb the offering will be-'nn elaborate Hpec- 
tucnlur presentation of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." 

lame (Keating & Rood, managers).— The 
Lyric Stock Co., presenting "David Uar- 
rh-k." week of June IS. 

Stab (JnmeH 11. Krrlckroo, manager).— 
The Star Stock Co., presenting "A Lost 
Baby." week of June 18. 

Gnaxn (James H. Orlchiion, manager). — 
Yuma, Colonel Billy Link. Kduard Wall- 
mann, In "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde:" Paul 
Dickey, West and Benton, Harold floff and 
Grnnolscope. "■* 

Paxtaukm" (John A. Johnson, manager).— 
Frank Hall and his boxing kangaroo, Blown 
and Davis, Micky Fceley. McKenzla. Moore 
nnd co'UL'UUy, presenting "TIjp New Cu«ru- 
iiKMi -" .Tean UHnnn, Atlu-y. Mandvllle and 
cntbpaDv, pre^entlog "Teddy's Visit," aud 
biogrnph. 

Oaks fS. H. Frledlander. manager). — 
F.nnrmons crowds dal'y and nightly. 

Fritz'* (Fred Frit^, manager).— Kva'lna 
AHec, Allle Delinar. JtJsHle Stewart, MM X. 
Vernon. Barney Mulally, MaHe Dillard, 
Baby Ruth; I^i Rnl*ette. Rooney and For- 
rester, Frances Bft ayr. Jones and Hsvelle, 
Jeasle Oatitler, Virginia Vernon, R. Thomp- 
son. Clnra KtHplev and Madeline Carbonette. 

!CUIIJC ■■ 'llM Forrestem. nobla Hood nnd 
Maid Marian." by I/>rd Tennyson, was pre- 
■ented. al {mm, June 22. by the Oregon 
Rranch of the As"oelatlon of Collc^Fntc 
AliinmiP, to a Inrge nudlencc. The perform* 
snre was highly succenaful. The proceed* 
nre fo be devoted to a wrholarahlp at tha 
University of Oregon. The production waa 
iindwr the vtare direction of Farak U. Riley, 
with w. U Bvyer, as musical director, and 



l.os Anacicn. — At the Mason Opera 
House (H. C. Wyntt, roaoageri— "Whlrl-I- 
<;!»." anoiher trnveNiy' In the burtesipie 
Kerles which* Harry James I- nirnentlhg at 
thla hotnta, succeede-l "Holly Tolty," wttlcb 
had n MiieceHnfal ten daytT'run, ending June 
S/ I'ndeHlnrd. "Twirly Whlrly." 

lt:-:r.AKin <J. ii. Rlarkwood, manager). — 
"A Htranger In a Strange I^ind" was pre- 
fenled by the ^to--k rompany week endlhg 
23. Tha Block company ptericnled "Thb 
Heart ot Maryland" 24 and week, nnd It 
nrnmli-ea to be ilM greatest success In tha 
ntsrhry of the house. 

Monnaco'H ItCHftASK (Oliver Morom*o. 
managert.— "The Htgn M thb Cnws" drew 
well week ending "S. A icvIvhI ft "TenaeH- 
nee's rafdner" Is the uffcrlMr o( the Hnr- 
baftk JRiwk Company Ut ana week. "Thb 
Knslgn" la" In preparation by the stack com- 
pany fin- July 1 and week, with a »pcciat 
matinee on ■"). when Constance Crawley and 
Harry Mcstaycf will present "Hedda Uab- 
ler/' 

Crami OlfCU Boom (Clarence Drown, 
inann-rer).— "Secret Service Ha-h" hnn proved 
siich a Huccess week ending June 23, as pre- 
sented Ity the IJIrlch Stock Co., that if Is 
repeated 21 nnd week. "Marching Through 
tiertrglii" July 1'aud week. 

OnpiiKi -t (Martin Beck, general manitger). 
— Fealurea 2."» nnd week': Nnrnh Rives. 
Willy Zimmerman, RMnf and King; PiaMt, 
whlnflcc: Ullden' llevkwllh, Mujeatlc Trio. 
Julia and Karl ll ft lnil ii and motion pictures. 
t'Nf-v-R (HentB & Zallee, proprletora).— 
Feat urea S3 and week: The LrVrndorex, In 
(ireclan |x>HeK : Rudolph Aaklanfl; /arrow, 
Trnvlolo and Orny, VycllsiH: Union* Corned v 
Co., preseDtlng "A lesson In Coftklng;" II- 
ItiKtmted Kongs umi motion pictures. 

Fwchkb's (A. R. FlKiher, raanuger).— For 
S3 and week, Fischer's All-Star X'o. offers 
"The Part of Merryland." New vahdflvlllo 
feHturetj and motion pictures complete tbe 
bill. 

Nkw Stah (J. K. Wilson, manager).— -Feat- 
ures '_•.■» and week: "A Night On the Nile," 
by the company: Kmma Osliorne. soprano; 
living pictures, Ethel Arture, and musical 
cxtravaganni, entitled "A Vacation at thu, 
Seanhore." 

HivrriiKtsH (T. Jeff White, manager).— 
"The lleauty Shop," with Kolb nnd PHI Ip the 
principal parts, will commence Its second 
week nt this theatre 1M and week, with 
"Roly-Poly" In preparation for July 1 and 
week. 

Km i' irk i.Itliiy Ranks, resident mansgnr). 
— Foal ii res and week: McDondeal and 
Itevnoldx. Limra RnnkH, Mcllcnrtry, Wllher 
and SU-Hetidry, Mile. Stuntone; Ilurke Bros., 
Kmplre Stock Co., preaenllng "Tbe Black 
Statue." untl clnrmnlo«r«pli. 

Ci.\K<iuiiArn i.i, A. Hrownr, mnmiger).— 
Feiiturew 2~i snrt week : Kd. Frlnk, Little Bes- 
hIc, Madeline Howe, Charlotte K. IIIII. a farcu 
com^dv. enillled "The (ilrl froiii Vhs.su," and 
motion pIctnrcN. 

■■ ■ ■ ■ •■ ■ ■ 

Oakland.— At tbe Macdonough (Cbaa. P. 
Hall, mnnnger) "A Human Slave," an pre- 
sented by the KHeford Slock Co., drew ca- 
I'u.ltv hoiixes week ending June -t. "The 
LlghtlioiiHc Holiiiery" il.VJuly 1. 

l.iiiKiiiv til. W. ninho|i. manager). — Illsb- 
op's Stock Co., In "How Baxter Hutted In," 
drew excellent hoimea week ending Juno 24. 
"A Temperance Town" 25Ju1y 1. "Mlapati" 
follows. 

IbuftA Park TmuTM (Will L. Orecnbanm, 
mnnagor).>— The Mora Ohm Co., In "Til* 
>P)Kcor," showed to packed houses week end- 
ing June J4. "Olivette" Jfl-Jiuy 1, 

Rri.i. (Kd. Ilomsn, manager). — Features 
July 2 and. week : Dolllne Cole, II C, Kea- 
sell. Rotliwell -Ilrowne'a (Jalety Hlrls, pro- 
stmt Ing "Jiwtlce Frapjie :" fieorge Veoman, 
Hio.sf.ut/, and the nellomalo<jrapb. Uusl- 
nesa la booming. 

NovKLTt (Tony Luhelskl, manager). — At- 
tractions 2 and week: Kvana and Kvana, 
Ktinlee" and 'tillmnn, the Clermonts, Clifford 
and Orth, " Burns and l^avlna. nrexentlng 
"The Tramp and the Conjuror r V. R. M'c- 
I'he>rson, In pictured melodies, and projecto* 
scope. Huslness Is large. 
^— »■» 

Cn^MSt'TICUT. 



Mlnneapolla.— At th* Metropolitan Opera 
Bonu itJx Scott. mabaSeri'VerilB Stork 
Co.; 1 In "Ac Plney Itldgr," nad fair builnea* 
June 24 and week; ' T Joan' of Arc" July l 
and weelt.- "Doctor Bill" g nnd week. 

LvcRtu (I. C. Sjicm's, nianHserl. — "At th«' 
Ilalnhnw's End" wns platen to splendid 
homtea last week. "The silver Kins'' I and 
w*fk. "Winchester" K and week! 

tf.viqvK (John Klllott: manager).— Bill 
for-'l* and week: Mr. and Mrs. cal Stewart 
and"i*ombnny, Hauf and Runt. Baby Mat.*, 
Mllli r and Mhson. Lillian cillTord and Htr- 
mdU La Fleuc Fluefbuslbess. 

WuNMtnt.A.\D pAiat>--spc l -tniiici for weak 
of June -'4 : WnlbOurn and Whitney, on tb# 
revolving ladder, and Dare Devil Daub, la a* 
Kennatlonal high dive from a bicycle. 
— ■ ,. — ■ i . ■■ 

Until th. - The Lyceum l» dark thla week," 
but' will renped Hb IL'. with Tom Marti 
and his company, for the week, In re per-' 
tory. and, its Mr. Mn,rkx Is n Ms fnvorlti' 
In Ditluth, hiiHlneas xhouhl be gootL 

Mg'riiriPoi.i'rAN (W. II. Lftngsircei. mana- 
per).— The Nntlnt:nl Htork Co., In repertory, 
week uf latM'^A, dbi very well for Hie week. 
Hypnotist PAH and tit* company July WT.' 

in j ->f ,,),,.-- Mi, 1 1 in nd. manager ). — Busf- 
nma "Is l he MnM a« lHual-* full hninam at 
every performance. The company for June 
2Ti iimi tveck was Ihc best for Ihls scnann,' 
and gave a good rftow. Rill fur uetk of 
July i' . Krnli} nnd Homager. Lewis add" 
LMinginn. Caw. Harris. Mile. Allen. MniinU 
and nelmnr, Mn.,-y Long, Jns, McClellaa. 
and the moving pictures. 

S'uTK-a. — - The White CKy, on Mlrmcoota 
Point, nboi't three mile from Hie ventre o( 
the city. Ik nearly ready for the opening. 
Tim. grounds cau be reached by rail and 

water . -HlngUng nrothcrs have I he rttf 

covered with paper for the show, July II. 

Hi. Pnui, Al the tlrand (Theodore U 
■ thi 

hist week. For. week 

. the I.iiitv." WtM-L nf 

"The, Mlddlei'iiuii." 



Hays, iimnager) liuslnes« was good n-llh tha 

tteorge Fawceti Co, tact week. For week of i; 

The Cowboy nnd the Lwu. H Week of a, 



I':mi'h;ic (A. Welnholacr, miinagcr).— Btial-. 
ness wak very light week of June 2'*, owlnn. 
In the very hot weather fnHitig iwopl'e out lo 
Hut hikes mii! parks. This place will ebaoga 
lninila on July I, Mr. Wiflnholxer being, site-' 
MM by rti'iijnmln Fltik, who will conduct 
the house us a vaudeville. New people for 
week of L' are : Fiuinlo Weston, llelcn Mlg- 
nuii, and ojwynn. All tbe others will bold 

OVlT, 

niiritkjL'M (Charles Frenk, mnnager).— 
Huslness was light Lust Week, owing lo tha 
extremely hot weather. The house iVIUVlosa 
July 1 for about Tour weeks, during wlil?h" 
time It will ho rederoralvd aud repaired, and' 
Ki'uci'tilly ovcrhHiiled.. 

« ' I. 

miNNQUHI. 



Hnrtford. - -At PnrbonH* Theatre (II. C. 
Pa rsonx, manager.) "A Night Olf," as nre- 
heated by the II u titer- RranTurd Players dur- 
ing the past week, proved to be one of the 
most nttrm'tlvu programmes t In- v have pre- 
sented dur'ng the st.Msuii. Audiences 'WSHi 
(urge and eiitliiihlmitlc. "The Duke and tha 
Dnncer." a comedy drama by Clmrlr-H Thump- 
son, will have Its Initial presentation at the 
hands of this company week of July 2. For 
rite week of June it "Recsimc She Loved IHtn 
So" will be the attraction. 

Poll's iL-mls Iv Kelly, mnnajer). — Husi- 
nesa during the past week was of fair pro- 
{Kirtlotis. The theatre In cooled, by electrlu 
ai>|iHanceK, und Is Invariably comfortable, 
"The) Belle of Richmond" Is presented thla 
week, to be followed, it-it, by Kdwln Milton 
llo/le's "Friends." 

I.rNA Park iDarcy k Speck, managera). — 
HiMlneHK Is clalmi<d to be exceedingly large. 
The attraction* are tine and titinierous. Spe- 
cial open air at miction* Hre prominent feat- 
ures,, and the attendance seems to be coa- 
Btailtly on tbe Increase. 

- .i -i i ■■ ■ 

llrlilKcjtnrt. — At Steeplechase IslandfOeo. 
Raymond, manager) the bill for week of Juno 
:'.", was welt received. Rooked week nf July 
2 : Leo Stevens and his vaudeville company, 
Mtihonev snd Lake, Stevens and Kelly, Klk 
Sbepman and her educated dog circus, Ren 
Mnrrlrt and company. In "A Out; Nlglit 
Tragedy." 

Pm.t's '<;. It. Mllrhell, manager).— Poll 
Stock. Lawrence SIcfiltl lead, did good husL 
nexM' last week with "The Cowboy and the 
I.ndv." Rooked week, of 2, Poll Stock, with 
"Katbleen Mavourneen." 

Notks.— Myra Honnelly. of the City Sports 

Co., Ik at her home Id this city Flcr- 

enco Hamilton Is at her home In thin clly, 
and will appear next aeason In a new play, 
under the management of (iarlarul linden. 

May McMahon, af "Mri. Wlgg« of the 

Cnl)bflge Patch" Co.. Is visiting Mrw. F^dward 
Madigan. of this clly, for the Hummer, Kd- 
ward Madfgan is a leading- member of R. M. 
Kperry'K companies, which play annually at 

the cloitlng of Smith's Theatre? Michael 

("Alderman") Larkln, well known lo the pro- 
fession, died bere June 2H. He siiccebrffully 
conducted "The Drum." the leading concert 
hall uf this city, for many rears, tie aided 
many or the vaudeville performers of twenty 
vears ngo, and was one of John L. rtulli- 

vnn'x closest friends R, M. Hnerry, tba 

playwright, In enjoying an auto trip down 
tbe Atlantic coast, 

4 i» 
WTA«. 



Ktinana Cll).- At Klectrlc Park fS*m 
Hen Ju ml ii. mahbger) t hv extreme Hummer 
w-'rtfhtT brought but the' amnspmeht urek'r* 
In large numncrx, and KiiPshm city's Coney' 
Inland wits Mean every hlght last week. 
l-IHery'a Band concluded Its engagement, It 
iH'Ing the nrili week. This week, Creator* 1 
citmeH. Last week, Hit Hell, In hi* high" wire 
art; waa Bplriulldly received. Thl* week, 
HecklenN Riissell [iltivs ii reliirii engngement. 
In-tt week. In the tJi-rman Vllliijie, tbe acta 
were: Ronnie Cruz. Dili snd Ward, Mario 
La cialr nnd Randy and Wilson. Thll 
week : Russell twirl Held, Marguerite Caynar, 
nnd Miller and Mason. 

i'MKMMfw-r Paiik (linn flnsenthal, mana- 
ger),— Hlnnr's Mllllary Hand continues 10 
nt t mci . A II tliu concessions report good 
biiHlnpMK. 

FoRKfl'r I*abk (Lloyd Rrown, mnnager). — 
Lust week, RohhuIII a Hand concluded Ha 
engagement. On- lite lawn the Futir Dun- 
bars were Iho ullrnclloii. In Hie th'elitrs 
the acts were: Tlir Le. Flrnii ttrahrt opera 
Trio, Mr. ami Mrs. Pierce, Allen nnd Hnyea.' 
Flsclier and Johnson, Murry K 11(11. arid 
the klnoilninie. This week. Hn entire change, 
of policy will I*' tried. The' vaudeville, par- 
rnrmuhcn will he swllched lo the Te it i Jar- 
den. The dels tylll he: The Wilson Hrnth- 
ers, Cora MUkel, tlio Fenuinde May Ddrt. 
und Lulu McCoiinell. On I lie lawn ": The 
Mardo Rroihera. Illanche Hlosn und her 
trape/e net, and "Runner,"! lie trick boras, 
Leuge's Military linn'd,, with Madame Hlapoff- 
skl lis Soloist, will furnish Ibe music. 

fi.irt'tuiiNUH. — J. Klllssoii Ciirriill and hla 
Wild West Khow will glvo two exhlhltloha 

lit Klin Rlduc Track :i. 4. ThM. Halfg-" 

Forepaunh Circus lit heavily billed 'for July 

Manager M. II. HihIh'w and family 

leave for a two months' trip Wiitnrduy. Thw 
will go through Yellowstone. I'nrk to Henttle. 
i Inn by Mteamer to Alaska, returning to 
'Frisco rtnd homo through old Mexico...... 

<). Alberta Ku-aitl, director of Roaatll'a 
Hand, died hepi Juno 2.\, at Htilvemlty Hos- 
pital, after an n^ntllun t«v nppetldlcltls. 
♦^#, , 

mivnMav. 



Bar Clly.— At the Hljnii (J. D- Pllmore. 
riiHiiiigci-) week of Juno 27* Hie following hill 
'in'* well : Veolette, the Polar Bear 1'rlo, 
Marvelous Figaro, Coin mid cienn uc, riiailei 
Roche, and iu'iv motion philttrcs. 

Wknona Hkach Cakino (L. W. Richards, 



iiiHiiagei-).--Week »t June -1 Hie follnwlnc 
peoiiie appeared arid pleased : John W, Worla 
iiii'i Mliufcil Kingston, Hurt C. WeaHm and 



I ; 1 1 ii 1 .1 ■ llaymond, nuslsted by J. A. Holt, in 
"A Cotnrdy mt I'lrrora;" Varno and Valdare. 
Krosko and Hrovi-s Hrelner nnd Walton, aud 
(ha klneloscope. HuslneH* Is go>id. Kvu Wea- 
cutt heads Hie bill rov week of July I. 

Noir.s. — Advance paper In up f<»r Itingllng 

Rros,' Clrcttn The new vniidovllla the- 

wire fo i«! upcui'd here early In August Is to 
be called the AJvarado Thmirc. 

(iraml Hnplii*, Ai (he Raiuona Theatra 
(Lou iMlamaler, manager) attractions for 
week of July I are: Hurl and ftTlmm, Four 
Coutedy Hills, Lester und Mimic, McWattara. 
Tywon dnd company, Ida O'Hay, nud Weston 
and Ray nn» rid. 

tlnm-finVH Pavimox (('baa. Oodfruy, man- 
ager).— Attractions for week of I are i Clark 
and Duncan. Lafayotte Lamont Troiipa, 
Francea l^wu, Mai>imll antl r^iralne. Mar- 
gurlta Moore, and Mllo Kagge and wife. 
'— ■ ' ■ ... ■ ♦■ 

Nan;lnniv,- lllvcr«i'ie i'nrk Casino IL. W. 
lilehitrdM, managfri bill week of July t : 
Ruth White Hitdf her eight kaajfroo glrla, 
Innes and Ryan, Mhi-vaIouh Roodc, Younga 
nnd Hrnoks, upd the HeiuniinH. 

Coi.a'a CnurtiH will exhibit here July 0, 
* 

Mittflr Creek.— At tba Itljou (W, S. Rut- 
terlleld, manager) the cloJilpg lull fnr tha. 
season, ending week of June -"> : Fred and 
Kva Mosrnrl, John ami Alice McDowell, Frank;: 
Harcourt, James Mrl'off, Mualinger snfl hli» 
educated bogs and sheep, Clifford Wttktflly 
llluatrsted songs, aud tbe cllnetoscope. Tha 
JUjuu will open again Aug. '20. 

« . ■>' . 

WBMT Villi. IMA. 



SmK Luke City.— At the Salt Lake The- 
atre ('im. n. Pyner. raaaaseri (C. K. John- 
tfon's viiiws of Kao Francisco, June 26-'2fi, 
did good business. 

';i.KARf (R. J. Ridden, manager). — 'Or, 
Jekill and Mr. Hyde" did good hualneiia June 
£MHb 

OiirtiRi'it (R. II. Mncleap, manager!. — 
"The Olrl 1 Left Behind Me"*p!nyed lo good 
houses 3&tft 

Gymm Paok (wm Rulney, manageri. — 
"Why 3he Hlntied 1 did fair busllieiis wr-ek 
of M. 



Wheeling.— At Wheeling Park (Oeo. Mc- 
Laughlin, general manager) the free attrac- 
tions for week.of Juno -'.*» gave gotid nntlitfac- 
iIod lo tilg Httandance. Attractions for week 
of July l7 Robinson's balloon ascension, every 
afternoon, and evening; Potts and Thomas; 
De Onzo and McDonald, Win. Bverett. On 
the. Fourth n flrewarka dl«plny. 

CnVKV Inum PaIik (II. W. Rogers. m«a- 
nger).— Hro. IL Adams t.p., In pantorolme, 
Inst week gave the IipmI of iiAllsfHctlon, and! 
had good returns. Week of, July 1, tba 



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*FEmi$TEW "FORK CLIPPER: 



July 7, 



!N0TK3 FHOU TUB ABMNQTOS STOCK'CO. — 

'Everything Is booming at oor headquarters. 
'The ncenery la betas built at our own studio, 
"under tbe personal supervision of Frank 
Adam*. Wbea finished ft will bo & surprise 
to the theatregoer* In the various cities In 

Which we are booked. Special pappr, of DtW 
and original designs, In 'wing executed for 
ua by tbe National Printing Co.. of Chit-ago. 
Ldlth Pepper in In New York boing perfected 
In several new specialties. Her acta will 
be tbe most elaborate aud:*xpcmUve fcaturta 
ever before attmpted by a repertory organi- 
sation. Recent addition* Include: Vr. J. 
Mackaye, Ittia Vernon,- jack Uaher, Bert 
Southern and the Slatera Camllle. Xtte en- 
tire season la already .booked Holid. until Au- 
ipist, 1S07, and equipped with the best- of 
everything. The managers, Felcher * I'epper, 
look forward to a record breaking season. 

■ ClUUNCET L. SOUTHERN AND CO., UOIMr 

the management of Roland A- Osborne, will 
be tbe attraction at the <lrand Opera Hours, 
AshvllU..N. V., for the Summer season. Tbe 
company, composed of twenty-two people, baa 
enjoyed a very successful season of thirty- 
Ave weeks, and will coutluue on until the 
opealug of next season. It is currying all 
special scenery, baud end orchestra. 

Notes wiom tiui Power Comedy Co,- 1 - 
V.'e opened our season at Ellsworth, .Me., and 
bare been highly complimented by press and 
public, and it has been tbe general' verdict 
that thia Ib one of the best dramatic com- 
panies In Maine this season. Oar roster in 
es follows : Herbert H. Power, proprietor ; 
Frank Sibley. Wilbur Symvnds, Dan Morri- 
son, Harry Al Truesdale, James Rnfferty, 
Bessie Beaumont, Louise Robinson, May M. 
Boyw, Fisher Hiims, musical director; Am» 
Lapln, in' advance. The company has been 
■under the management of Fred w. Homan. 
■Madame Flower, "The Bronte Melba," has 
been the vaudeville feature" In too" larger 
■towns, and baa proved a great drawing card. 
Tbe company has been so successful that 
■Mr. Power has decided to remain out for 
nest season. It will remain In Maine through 
July and August, after which It will work 
through Vermont and New Hampshire. 

Ibvin B. Walton joined the C'anoble Lake 
Opera Co., at Haverhill, Mass., as comedian, 
for the Summer season. ... . 

Cahl Hand, musical director for BUrj B. 
Van. Is spending tbe Summer with friends 
at Atlantic City. _ • -, „,_,„ 

Eleanor K. LUND, of "The Social WhJtl" 
Co., was married on June 28, to Eugene 
Freeman Hall, a paymaster In . the United 
States Naw l% r " 

notkb FB0M,Munr>ucK.BB(>8.-— After thltty- 
tlYe ■ week ■ of • aucce»s i In 1 ■ opera bouses .we , 
opened In our tent at Norway, Me. Tbe open- 
ing night we turned them away, as tbe tent 
was not large enough, and we ordered 
a new middle. The next two nights were 
to capacity. The next day canma cyclone 
and we had a bad blow down, with. tbe 
damage by wind and water about f 15'). After 
laying off four 'day* we opened at Bryant's 
Fund, with the new middle. We carry a 
band and orchestra and fifteen people. . .. , 

Omvb I'ltEMSTAD, of the Conned Opera 
Co., has Just announced that aha -was mar- 
tied to RdBon Webster Sutpben, ah automo- 
bile Importer, at Salt Lake City,. Utah, on' 
April 1&. <.,".-.. 

Mb. Conhied. has engaged Mme. Fleiscoer- 
Edel, dramatic soprano of the Htadt Thea- 
tre. Hamburg, a* a member ;ot the Metro- 
politan Opera Co. for next season. 

Tub SiiuBEnT-ANDEHBON Co. wbj Incor- 
porated June 27, at Albany, N. Y., with, a 
capital of $100,000, for tbe purpose of en- 
gaging stars ttnd making productions. Lee 
und Jacob Shubvrt and Max Anderson are 
-the members. This corporation Js entirely 
distinct from the others of which the 8hn- 
berts are members. . . . ■_. - - 

A. O. Rikck writes: "Hereafter I will be 
profeBBloually known as Mydney Morris. 1 
nave signed to do Juveniles with A. E. 
Thompson's Empire Stock Co. We begin 
our coast tour about July 20." «" ■•■-* 

CnaBLBS Kent will appear In support of 
Florence Itoberts next 'eeason," playing Mr. 
Adams in "The Strength of the Weak"', i 

Tub 'cohtiiact between . Lulu G)m*t and 
KlawA Erlangcr'has been extended to three 
yearn. 

Joseph" T. Belmont baa sold his farm 
lEliu i-nwrij, and will spend the month of 
July In N. Y*. City. 1™*! i 

Louise Atxek Collier will- be In .Lew 
Fields' company next season. 

Bona Wallace Hopfbu has been engaged 
aa loading woman of Lew Fields' company 
next season. It la stated that she will be 
■tarred the followlug season by the Shubertu. 

HAnniBT Wilijuw litis been engaged for 
next season to appear In "The Volunteer Or-. 
ganlBt" Co, (Western), . . " . " 

Julia Mablowk sailed for. Europe June 28, 
to spend the Summer, returning in August 
to open her engagement with E..B- Sotbefn, 
uuder tbe Shubcrt management. 

John s. Flahkuty b&s signed a. five years' 
contract with Ezra Kendall, and will star 
ttlm In vurlo'us '-p'jlys. 

Dan E. Weston, last season with Cliff 
Grunt's forces, has signed for next season 
with Spear & Mack's T 'Dad'a.Slde Partner" 
Co , opening In August. During the Sum- 
mer he will play park dates, with bin itp-to- 
date monologue nnd dnucing act 

Mehsbh. Cohan & Haihuh have signed con- 
tracts with- Theodore Burt Say re, whereby 
that author binds himself to deliver nn 
American play to them, which tbey will pre- 
tjeni early in th'p. new year. --■" 

W. II. Wau>bon Informs us that hifi house 
at HaverBtraw, S. v., haa heen thoroughly 
renovated, stupe enlarged, and- everything up- 
to-date. He Ik booking time for best com- 
panies. The regular season opens with C. R. 
Callahan's "Jlomauee of Coon Hollow- Co., 
Aug, 15. 

Notek mm toe McDonald Stock C0.-1- 
O. W. McDonald and wife ere at Kansas City. 
cirganlziug tor the coming season. Roster of 
the people so far signed: G. W. McDonald. 
uHUiagei'; -T. D. . McDonnlu, agent; Rex Leslie 
Klniruon, J. U. Vltigerald, Harry E. Wilson, 
B. L. Itoland, Fl. E. Dixon, M«««r Rex Wil- 
son, Roy Briani, Ilaselle McDonald, Mow E. 
Wllsou, Mrs. n. L. Itoland and Baby George. 
Our avasou opens Aug.. U, with the very, host 
*>( Western Umo booked. - . . „ >:. .. ! ■ 

rjKK.vi.nisr HimsRLi. (Mrs, i. It. Stock- 
dale) announces thut ber husband la better, 
and 'hopes to be ottt In a few weeka, They 



N'Otaa ntoit JOnTl Coir's : ATTSACTrOMa.^- 

■ Charles Kene-4uw -been engaged by John Cort 
to support Florence Roberts next season, In 
"The Btrength of the Weak." Mr. Kent will 
Interpret the role of Mr. Adams, the guard- 
Ian; quite In keeping with tbe class oi work 
with which he has been Identified. Mr. Kent 
played King Raul, in "The Sbepberd King." 
with Wright Lorltner, last season. Jack. Web- 
ster will play the lending Juvenile part in 
"Tbe Illusion of Beatrice/' the new Martha 
Morton comedy. In -which John Port will star 
Maude Fealy next season. Max Flgman, who 
will star under Mr Cori't* mnnagemebt next 
season, will play a four weeks' stock starring 
engagement at Elltch's Gardens, Denver, this 
Summer, playing- "The Morrlage ,«f Kitty," 
"Llttlfl Nell and the March'onean,". "OM 
Heidelberg" abd "Prince .Karl." four plays 
lu wtrich he has b«>n seen to advniutage.' The 
Stewart Opera Co. will be Mr.- Con's first 
sttcoctlon to take to tbe road this sea*>u. 
After a stork semon of eight weeks at the 
Lyceum Theatre, Rochester, the route will 
embrace Toledo. h Dtiiuth and Winnipeg,, pro- 
ceedrng direct to Seattle. The Tcpertory In* 
cludea: "Bflbette," "Two Roses/-. "Fatlnit- 
za." "The Geisha," etc., and the 'company 
will remain In taeAYcst until next '{spring.:* 
Notch prom ran en a he Lihtkr Co; 

i Southern). — We will open our next. season 
ng. IfOnuer tbe irtanngerrrent of Chas.JJarrl- 
sonvwbo has had charge of thin company for 
the past" two flpasons. WewllI, an heretofore. 
produ<^ nn entire repertory of plays written 
by Mr. Harrison for the oxrivmlve use of this 
tompany." Mr. and Mrs, Harrison are Spend- 
ing their vacation at Rlvervlew Cottage, 
Mvrnmec Highlands, where Mr. Harrison Is 
puttlnK-tbe-fintsblDg touches on thtcn near 
plays ior next seadon. This will give him a 
repertory of ten of ala own plays, •W fol* 
lows: "ClovtT Dftle,*'' "Hpr Cowboy Visitor," 
"The Signal Fire," "The Black Hawk Mine," 
"In the Dava of Auli Laua; Hyne,"- "The 
ljore of a Thtef»" "Ibe Doctors l*rercrlp- 
tioti,", and the three new oupb not yet named. 

H. W. MsucL-if, accompanied by Mr*. Mor- 
cer (Cohatance Ingham), has returned to 
New York After- a sojourn of two years on 
the Pacific coast, 'Mr. Mercer wan formerly 
press rep resents live of the Columbia Thea- 
tre, Brooklyn. S. Y., and lately 'buslne** 
loanflgur for Melbourne .MaeDowell. Con- 
stance Ingham has been with Belasco & 
Mayer's forces fit Sajj Fraorlaeo. 

R. B. Lb Rot, who! recently closed as lead- 
ing matt for the ; Frank Lindon . Co., tinder 
the management of Dfck P. Sutton, Is at 
his, home for the Summer, with his wife and 
mother. Mr. Le Roy in negotiating for a 
staring tour next season, in "Poor* Rela- 
tions.^ . ■ r ■.'■' ■ 

F*r Whefi.eb, who has-been at Dtgby, N. 
S.,i since, the closlngof the Reason of the 
];aftcrn: ■■'College ;Widiiw , . , 'CP-» returned to 
New York last Saturday. She Informs ua 
that she has been engaged for one of tbe lnv 

Sortnnt new productions that will be seen In 
cw York In October. 

AnT)iiiR O. Snyder, business agent of the 
Chauneey-Kelffcr Stock Co.» writes : "This 
company will open Aug. 20, it broke many 
bouse records last beaBrm lu pome of the 
heat stock towns, viz. : Butler, Meadville, 
Kane and Qnchester, Fa. The company thla 
year will, bo far superior, to last shsboh's 
cast, and a uhw line of plays, and apeelsl 
paj>er 1ms breu onlerwi. Mr. Chauncey. last. 
we?k bougbi the Appel) .Studio at, Hnrrln- 
burg, J'o., consist bug of seventy-dive han/lag 

fleces and- about two' eavluada of. scenery. 
Ie.,ls sow busily engaged In using Hie. beat 
for his companj. I nave again been engaged 
to, mnnaiif the company, ^hlch will consist 
of twentiitti jiu ]».'■■" ! 

. KriTV i. ittAiiiAU gave a Buccensfiil recital 
at Nti',nt\n\ I'alU London, Sag., June 2U. 
. T»f ?*»FNt irni'EST In Newark, N. J., srart- 
ed nuHpli'lou^iy Hiiiiday, .Inly.l, and the para: 
was crowded. Tbe iti-jgrainme) Included : Over- 
ture. "Tannhauser,, hy the~orchestra ; Hymu 



have ujHflr nuiur'thgemeutB for next seeflon 
uay<!t. Mr. Btocfcuale " 
irom friends. 



uay.it. Mr. Stockaale will be pleased to hear 



iIaiimkt Winiilow CanR'8 four act melo- 
drama. "At the Old Toll <late," was presented 
for the first tlma on auy stage at Syracufle, 
N. Y.. June 15, with tbe following caot : Jack 
Derwent. Rex Leslie Klngdon ; Maurice La- 
mont, Harold Sexton ; James Barlow, wll- 
Hum Lawrence; Jerry- Reynolds, Charles 
Davis ; l'htlln l^imont, Harry Andrews; Algle 
ritiKcrald, flay Borrlngton ; Scollops, How- 
ard Latour; Nellie llarlow, Mabel Ollne; 
Mnrlhn Mnuitirc, llaxel Allison ; Helene De- 
vere, Rosalie Kane; Alice Barlow, AvIb Htl- 

Kkdbeooe, Mfakin &C6...are organltlng 
a fine circuit. of theatre*, la New Kngland 
and Cnnadn, which Includes: Stamford, 
Com.: aft. Vernon. N. Y. : Oswego, J N. V: 
Clareruont, N. U. ; Woodstock. Vt. ; Brnttle- 
boni. ft, ; Barre, Newport. N. IV, and Hher 

,r ?r. ll. wutMHt left New York City Jot* 

2fl, for n trip to Trlnee Kdward Isle, stop- 
ping at Boston, Portland, St. John and Hall- 

R S. Union am, tbe well known mROnger 
of the GlllissTheatte. Kaosfla City. MO, and 
lessee of other theatres in Missouri, Artaa- 
sas and Kansas,, is in Netr York City on trail* 
a«sa. 



of welcome, (poem by Karl Knlep), Julius 
I.urona. cboniB. a\na .orchestra 1 Speech 
by ■ afnjor l.ontr : rottda — canr!ccl6s for 
violin, .(.'arnlUc SalntBaens, Maud , Powell 
and* orchestra;' ' two male choruses n 
eapeila— n,. Murteraprache. Frledrlch Hegor ; ; 
b. So on tag, I.ndwlg BIrseck ; Shadow , Song. ^ 
fronc "Djnorah," Meyerbeer, Mme. Corlnae 
Uider-^clsey mid orchestra; Rhapsldle No. 
1. . Franz Llazt, orchestra; two . male 
cnorttses ■ a canella— a. Aennchen ,.vnn 
Tharau, Frledrlch SUcher; b. Sandmaennchen 
(folksong), arranged by Hans Sill; Zlzeun- 
erwelaen tor violin, Pfthto de Santsute, Mnud 
Powell and orcheaira;.MittelaUerHfho Vedua 
Hymn, Eugen d'Albert, Mme. Otrlnne Rlder- 
Kclsey, chorus, oVchentra; medley of national 
songs. John Rletzel, orchestra. 

Jossph Weher will present a three act 
farce, by IZichard Wntnon Tully. entitled "A 
Strenuous Life," with William Norrls In ibe 
leading role. He will he supported by Char- 
lotte Walker, Jessie Busley, Lillian Alberton, 
Stephen Orattan, Hugo To'.auJ, Percy Jen- 
nings and Chss. Swain. The play -la scheduled 
to open at the Studebaker Theatre, In Chi- 
cago, July SO. 

vriN Grekt and his company silled for 
Europe June Ho. They' will return la the 
Fall to tour the South In "Kverymnn," 
"Heniv IV" 'both parts), **AII*i Well that 
Ends Well." "llomen and Juliet" and ''Othel-; 
)o," In nddltlou to the repertory of tbla sea- 
son. ". ' " 

lata- ik It. Walton Is a member of tbe 
Cannhle I^ako Opera Co., at Haverhill, Muss. 

Madoi Girdi.kstone arrived from London 
recently, and will be a member of John 
Drew's company. In- th* Fall. "" 

S. MiLtnit KfiNT is tn star In "Raffles," 
.under the direction, of Joseph W. Oaltes. 

r.nTTiE Mat, who laat seaxon -plnyeil 
Trlxle, In "A Fair of Country Kids." met 
with an accident 'while automnblllng recent- 
ly. Miss May was taken to Beaver Valley 
Hospital, In New Brighton, Pa.. .... J 

QilebW. Harbinoiom la playing with the 
Casino Stock Co, at Wallace Park, Paducab, 
Ky., for tbe ' Summer'. t'.A :':.- 

KhsKHT LaMsos lias closed fala.sesion 
with "The Heir to the Hoornh," and 1« 
apendiug the Spmnter with his mother In the 
mountnina of Atlionh. . ■'• -.' ■' 'isi 

W. VMt.% Hbhbpht, musical director, wrltea 
from rnrls. France:- "After having, visited 
the principal -cities of-I^irope, will alll-baek 
to America about Aug. !*?'"■ ■ ''''"'•.; 

pAtit. Him. is 1* apcndlns the aummer at 
Atlintlc City. i--»- i . 

Axtiuir Hart has leased the Nlles, Mich., 



, i«rii.BsTTjEjo, 



BUTLER, JACOBS and 
LOWERY SHOWS, 



CHORUS GIRLS 

Also Could Use a Few Acts. 

Address BUTLER, JAM & IMERY, Room 726, Knickerbocker BWg„ 39th & B'way, l\, 



promises quite an attractive programme for 
the, Fc.urth. fiuBlncsa bos ranged from fait 
to goini. - ' ^^ 



Opera House (or the next three year*, aud 
will play first -class companies only. „-./. 
Ppn W. DaW((ok- baa slgaed_X«r belt sea- 



sua with the "Qneen n( the Wnlte Slaves" 

Co: .< " ■•! :•-- .. .- ' .' -i . 

■ . «■ » I ■ 

COLORADO. 



P/aeblw.— Earls Theatre «ti M. .Mnrrut. 
manager | closes on July I imniedlntely 
thereafter the ■ nnnageiiunt will proceed- to 
the alterations nnd ini|»n-v.M)i"nts already 
announced. The t-eilli.K WiH. a»» ralseil con- 
siderably, so. as to i-»!'itni the tMilldlng of a 
balcony around Ihi- 4inlli«irlutti. <Ium In- 
rrenRlog the rapnc:l> t»l Ibe hoiiM The lit- 
lerlor will also lie -Improved and renovated, 
and everything freshened up. Various Ini- 
provetnenta will be made to the Rtnge, The 
programme for the laat week Included : 
Ralph Cummlnirs ar.J company, In a comedy 
sketch, entitled "A fkulskin Raque;" Sharl- 
dab and Korest. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Qottlob, 
In ''(Government Bonds :" Pete nnd Alllc Kl- 
ino, In "A Dutch Pickle:" new moving pic- 
tures, "The Holldny," and Mr. Walsh." In bta 
Illustrated songs, Ilu^liiwa boa been tiwnunl* 
ly ifood. . ; 

Law. Vinntqua Pahk (Olflsis ft XfcQulD- 
lan, mnnitaTM). — In addition to the free the- 



miscellaneous. 

Rostf.r. op Pbop. SMiTn's SHoWff: Prof. 
Smith, owner; Jncoby, Juggler and trapeze; 
Augen, contortionist and rings ; Jewell Bros., 
double trapeze; Miller, talking and ringing 
cloWn; Geo. West, wire act and comedian; 
Smith's school of trained dogs and doves, 
tbe boxing doga, and Smith's moving pictures. 
. .C.-W. Williams ■writes that he bad a nar- 
row escape during an ascension he made 
from Olympic Park, Newark, N. J. He had 
left- the grounds and everything was going 
hleeiy when suddenly . the motor refused to 
work. It was necessary to climb over tbe 
machine to get It started again. In doing 
so his coat necanie entangled In the shaft- 
ing of. the propellor, and be waa -pinned to 
the frame work. . After quite aatruggle be 
mansged to gut bis knife, opened It with bis 
teeth, .and succeeded In cutting tbe coat so 
lio could free his arms. He came down near 
Elizabeth, with a badly bruised arm, hut 
otherwise unhurt He will make another as- 
ccnnlou In the near future, which he hopes 
will be more successful. 

Notes wiom thfi Grkat Mi-ndy Shows. — 
Despite i hf fact that we have had a day or 
two of rain each week the shows have been 
dolnc- good huslnenn. After seven successful 
weeks In. Illinois we go Into Wisconsin, and 
then back again Into TllInol». Cleneral Man- 
ager A p. Whitney In leaving a boat of 
friends behind in each city where we exhibit, 
and tbe press speaks laudable words In re- 
lation to our merltorlotiR exhibitions. Our 
free attractions consist of. Dlavolo, looping 
thP death trap loop, and Arthur Holden's 
backward dive from the summit of a ninety- 
two foot ladder Into a, four foot tank of 
water. Our feature sbow la "The Society 
Circus/' In which the follo«wlng performei-a 
display their abilities: Bernnrdo and O'Neill. 
revolving ladder act ; Marvelous Kelly, back' 
ward louder drops.; Dddle Martyne, hound- 
ing wire net; Jerry Alton, head balancing 
■ i rappze : the Abcrns, hand balancers and 
equiithrists: Hindoo Sam. Oriental magic, 
und Hhcperd Owen's hazardous feat of riding 
down a steep incline oa an ordinary bicycle, 
<ind leaping the gap of thirty feet through a 
name of lire sixteen, feet In height. The 
roster of. tbe executive staff Is as follows; 
A. I*. Whitney, general manager; Roger 
Klint, superintendent; II. E. ' van ' Gordon, 
treasurer ;L. A. Raymond, secretary; L. C. 
Zejleno, press agent ; Chan. Z. Mlkesell. con- 
tracting agent: E. V. Bliss, Harry Hardy 
and Oeorge Rich, promoters. Col. Black, 
master of const met fun ; Alex Jones, master 
of .transportation, and Jules Wiggins, Carl 
Zlegler and J. C. Wolfe, general announcers. 

NOTBH PROM THE .VBW YORK AMUSDIkfKNT 

Co. 1 — We closed our season In Belleville, Ont., 
with a record of not loalng a night. The ad- 
vance agent, A. 13. Dearborn, deserves much 
credit for the manner In which he has kept 
the two-night production on the rond. 

Jimmif. IloRt; Is with Pawnee Bill's Show 
at Brighton Beach, N. Y.. 

. NoTKa,' FitoM Wight's Exposition Co. — 
We' are at Worthington, Ind., and are draw- 
ing large crowds and giving genera) satiBfac- 
tlon. Everything Is new, and the free acta 
are Boor*, drawing cards. . frank Du Vail, 
the one-lppped gymnsat, late of the Snyder 
Broji ft Hall ClrcuK nnd Wild West, who re- 
turned- lo- Linton June 18 on business, 
will open with the Hnnglnn Broa.' Hippo- 
drome nt Shelhyvllle, Ind.. week of July 2, 
to prvsent his' single trapeze net, as a 
free Attraction. Rube Hooker has juBt com- 
pl?tcd his new hlllnonrd plant, and will be 
nhle.to handle all the advertising from now 
pu. Tirr Oi.r SrANPArn arrives here regu- 
larly. 'Frank Pn VnilV Monark Theatre will 
opsn J.iily for Rummer vaudeville nnd bur- 
lesqito. , I'lji' bouse boa been remodelled jinrt 
equipped with new sconerv and electric fans. 

NOTEH PROM THB C. W..PARKEII AMUSK- 

mrnt Co. — Elmer Valere, . of Valere and 
Clark, met with r painful accident June 23. 
by vfulllng from his- wheel while doing the 
leap the gap. and has been laid up for Sev- 
ern! days* with n Itadly brulKed arm. He re- 
sumed tils' work 28. Oaty drier, manager of 
t)ie privilege car with this company, was 
mnrrled June 14, to Vernn Prlmroae Hutchln- 
tton, daughter of John P. Hutchinson, at Abi- 
lene, Kan. Mrs. Grler will travel with the 
cnmjinny-aH cashier of the privilege car. H. 
P, Talbot, general cnntractlug agent of the 
Pjirker forces, and Al. G. Barnes, of the New 
Parker Amusement Co.. were vialtora with 
thin company 2K. 2». II. H. Tyler, one of our 
managers, 'left 20 .to help out the advance 
\, T firkf:-s In (he Intereat of the company. 

'4*> ' 

NRW JBRSRV. 



WE 



NEVER CLOSE. Open Day and Night, 
Sundays and all Holidays. 

NES, FILMS 

DES 



MOVING PICTURE MAGH 
AND SONG SL 



PRICES TIB LOWEST. 



OPEBATOHS rUBIISOED If DE81BED. 



1.W KAST 14th STREET, 

NEW YORK. . 

HMU CLOSED. Telephone, 3»!2 Qramcroj. ALWAVJOPKS. 



BIO EASTERN WHEEL ATTHACTIOK. 

THE BACHELOR CLUB BDRLESQUERS 

Ulroet Ion HASTINGS & ARNOLD. 

WANTED, 28 CHORUS GIRLS. 

Addr... HARRY HASTINGS, «m Third Avenue, Nixv Vurk. 



CORNER'S 0RAN6EADE 

The biggest raoney maker In the drink line that yon c&u linudle. Over $30.00 profit to every pound. 
Ocllciooa, refreHlung, healthful, pare, conform* to Pure food lawa of ail Slates. The bent ana mom 
popular drink lor parka, fairs, circuses or any place where people have u thirst. It la so good that the 
sum of one glasa means several more to the same party, life maken 40 gallons of the bent drink you 
ever tasted. , Sample gallon 10c. Sl.f>o per lb, prepaid. Write for urlceB la larger quantities. 

THE CORNER CO., Oept. A, 1 79 Normal Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 



SHIELDS I PARK POSING i OUTFITS, SLIDES 



New feature Damsel la the Diamond Dress, Radium Dance, 4 SeusoiiH, etc. These atrong pbati'Hk. 
acts are money makers, fio Brilliant Painted Bern. Cloak Slides, $10; 24 for io. For Posing: White 
Velvet Cloak, Silk DreHs, Silver Lace, so Klcli Ool'd Slidex, for $15. serpentine Silk ltrens, 930. Jiisi 
what you want for parkH, etc. Cash orders shipped first. 
ll.DH, 



Serpentine Silk Drens, fao. 

PROF. SHIELDS, i'«fl Brosdway, N. Y. Quick; liargulus. 



WANTED QUICK-Plano Flayer, (lood 
Fakir, etc .Juggler, Wire Act, Musical Act and 
others. Do several turns. State lowest flalary. 
Pay own Hotel. Join ou wire. Wire or write 

SHI. RENTFROW. Ooshen, N. V. 



DDCCA talcum 

I II Cd U SPRAYER. 

Pat. Feb. fl, 1000. 
Protects garments." JjeH//Af. 
fnUg.cooumi. A tunnll molsf- 
ure-proof bag, containing tal- 
cum powder. A 'slight pres- 
sure sends a line snrny of 
powder directly under tbe 
firms whenever needed. In- 
visible when worn. Wuslly re- „ r 
filled. l»5c. per. pair. Htnmpa{«.. 
taken. liberal termn tolady 
«genta. O. ll..llueiM'l & Co., 
J 00 Warren. St.. N. Y. City. 




,uiuH. Kiuuegau ull did good work. Manager 
lie; Cato liflB arranged for a tremendous ifre- 
. works display on July 4, In addition to tbe 
other nt tract Ions. 



*«» 



KENTUCKY. 



Owennhoro.— Both the Crystal Theatre 
nnd Grand Opern House are closed for the 
Summer, and will reopen the latter part of 

AllgURt. * 

. NoTBfl.— The Seven Hills, Chautauqua 
(Sixth ARaeinbly), Aug. 1-21 (W. 0. Archer, 

sirperin tend eat) .Robt. Wayne, Into of 

the Kmplre Theatre, San Francisco, la visit-. 
Ing relntlves here. Mr.. Wayne will open 
the People's Theatre. ISvansvllle, Ind., Aug. 
), with the Wayne Stock Co., te being man- 
ager and lending man. The first perform- 
ance will be "The Charity Ball." 

TENNESSEE. 



litre, a big roller coaster has been Installed, 
anil 1ft proving ' a great . attraction. : The 
Blchetts VamlJy of AerlalMa Is another of 



Nevrairk. — At Prnetof's (F. P. Proctor, 
manager) the hill wepk-of July 2 Include*: 
Cnrl Xlerty.. Ed. dray, Stanton nnd Modoua, 
Cuaklev nnd McRrlde, Leroy and Levanlon. 
Young America Quintette, and Gounod Grnnd 
Opera Trio. 

Oi.rairtc. Park (H.- Wefera. manager).— 
HneTigcrfest week, "The Black nuaaar. 

HiLLfliDu Park fw. A. Thalia, manager). 
— Hippodrome nnd Wild Went. 

Ri.Etrrmc Park <C. A. Dunlnp. manager). 
—■York Comedy Four, Musical Simpsons. 
Harry Rurgovne, Francis Glrnrd, CJias.. and 
Fanny Van. Silvern and Emery make. up the 
bill week-of 2. 

' p .. . m ■■■' .. -» ■ 

Cnmden. — At Wonillyune Park (H. P. 
I> Onto, manager)' laat week's buslnesa wna 
all that could be desired!, the warm weather 
miking people hunt- outdoor amusements. 
In the open air theatre performance Smith 
nnd Knv, Fltrpatrlvk and Tapper. Tommy 
West, Vopaok and West, Al. Wilson aud 



Knnxvllle. — At Chllbowee Park Thea. 
tro (0. D. Perucul, manager) the Peruchl- 
'Gypaene Co. k Htill playing to big buBlness 
nightly. The bills for this week are "While 
'Frisco Ste?ps** nnd "A Prince In Hags." 
».» 

AnTitfR PrtoS will conclude bis third an- 
nnul five weeks* term at Willow Grove Park, 
Philadelphia. July 7. opening his third con- 
secutive Summer's engagement nt Aebury 
Pnrk, 8 where ne remains, until Sept. 15, At 
the conchislou of tlie Asbury Park.eeaBon 
-Arthur Pryor and his hand will make nn ex- 
teuded tour; preaentlng, besides a regular 
concert programme, a maanlve musical mil- 
itary patriotic spectacle, entitled "The 
Triumph of old fllory." in which flfrv nnl- 
formed men will appear. In addition to the 
band. The tour will cover nil the territory 
north of tbe Mason ft Dixon line, and east 
of Denver, Including all of the principal 
cities. - t - 



WANTED rjuick, Sketch Team (maosnd wifej- 
Alt Around Comedian and Dancer, and other Use. 
ful Medicine People. If you can't Join, don't write. 
Sleep oa lot, meals at hotels. Join an wire. Camu- 
uoll and Rede)], write. Address Jack FcHowh, 
Qreentop, Mo., week of Jnlytt;8nblett, Mo., JLnly b. 



NOTICE, ACUOI1ATN- Will pay good Top 
Mounter $40 per week. Must be good Tumbler 
and Usoful Kid. Will sign contract for 6 &t-a*oD* 
with right one. Must not weigh more than llf.ft. 
Address, full particulars. GEORGE RINOHOI', 
Oen. Del., coney Island, N. v. 



FOH SALM.1 .* Shures' of Stock In Coowll- 
dated Lithograph Co. Address .. 

H, A. MRSSEVOER, 246 W.lOth St., Erle.Ta. 



PAHTNER WANTED for well-known Re>>. 

Co, Equipped with BpeOlal scenery, printing unit 

plays; plenty of printing on hand. Some eoud 

n mo bucked., unst be a worker and inveiii. 

MANAGER, 1'helpa, N. V- 



JVANAQHRS -WANTING A GOOD ChVA'M 
NAOY^wlth Two good clever bright 'girls, W* •* 
and 12, clever dancors, very'nea'Oa rtteMs aiitl a^- 
pearancea, Address MRS; STAR,' care Rayno* 
School, '2H West Ohio, IndlanapoiiB, Ind; 



A palmist BOOTH and mand for Datt 
Game lo let cheap. PKNN'Y AKOADt:, Japnue^ 
rie&ftiire Palace, Month Iieach, Slaten Island. 



WANTED aUICK. SKETCH TEAMS, 8. and 
D. B. P. C0MEDIAN8. Change for week: make 
aoOd. Boozor No. Just got rid of two. Tell al* 
In first. Others, write: . GEO. O.H0TT0N, 

Seymour, Champaign OawPV 



BO CENTS FOR A BOOK OF. J» 

Sketcnes: ft Acts for 1 Male. and 1 Female, 
I Acts for 2 Femnlca. Money order or 



centBtamps. Address BERNARD KLIN';* 

■laywrlL-lit, J157 Jay Street, Brooklyn. £. '■ 

8KKTCHH8- WRITTEN TO OpPBB. 



WASTED, at OOCO, TROMBONE TLAYRH 

(slide profarredi, to play at Hotel WMptJJg" 
Island, Ga., for lain bummor season and winter 
location. Nino per week and board. Also want 
Good PIANO PLAYER, to double on second viol in. 
and BA8S PliAYER to locate In Ra'clgh, N. 0., PW 
In theatre, dances, hotels nndolub; must he slgf" 
readers and gentlemen in every rettpeci. »' re ,* 
■ lTof.T. LEVIN, Hotel Tjbec. TyOce Island^ 



WANTED, FOR LOWERY BROS.'- SHOW- 

Contorllontsts, Single Traps.Wlro Walker or gooii 
Ring Act.Bro. Act aad Double Trot Team. '.aw» 
Clarionet and Uarltone for Hand. All tosircnaincu 
show for big cities. Money sure; no fancy ?#'■ 
arlea. Must be ready to Join at once. State loji^' 
In flrat letter. Year's engagement for Band aie »- 
Address GEO. B. LOWERY, „ 

Sunbury . Pa., 1; Dan ville 0, 10, aioomabi irgn..'/- 

AT" LIBERTY, 
FOR CIRCUS R. R. AFTER JULY 7. 

CHA8 and B1I.Y CLARKE. Concert »M 
Clowning. 01 N. Madlton: St.,. Cblcajo. 



JTJLY7. 



the new york Clipper: 



539 



WANTED, TO JOIN ON RECEIPT OF WIRE, by The Two Strongest Men in the Business, 



TO OPEN BOSTON. MASS.. JULY 8, 



HJN I 1 ^a I ar^ I A HjJ sfiS . WllITKi Loader for B. A 0., one that double* altoor baritone and lead violin preferred; lsl Cornet, Tuba, lliirirone, Alio, msrlonet and Two Rllils Trombones, ir Tnn .Inul.le stage or play soloa tell as, 
!▼■ VaFj^» ■ »»^ i^am.! ^ ^a.^^ a t>otn. It, t.m don't misrepresent. COLORKDi Second Cornet, Alio and Baritone that nin-itonl.la^AKf. Slid*' Tr Iione, 

E%KT a^^ |a«"m^^aBal l\/l LB! aPaatt A11 Atoitnd Medicine Performers; none lint the !,e«t wanted; none too good; versatility eoliulr 



hangs the .now every nlglit, and play nothing lea, than fonr week stands, ir yon can't 

• — — melte good, or ir yon drink, don't write, aa yon won't last with na. Tell It all m .our urat letter. HAKRY MMlfaBNIA land .IIM W AI.Kfclt. win. 

•Three PhTslrlaos registered In Maa«aconselt«, those having hid elperlonce with Uedlelne Companies and that know how lo Mkemoney Intheottlce; onaalary or percentage with a guarantee, ir registered 
* — elsewhere, Bay so. ". V 

DR. W. H. R. HUFF. WHITE IF OUT OF WORK) WILL GIVE YOU SB PER CENT. OF THE OFFICE. 
REGARDS TO DR. J. In B. ONE-HALF OF WALTON'S IS YOURS AT ANY STAGE OF THE GAME 

■aaJa^^Tni af^C? 1 — We pav transportation alter Jolnmg; yon pay your own board. Weplayfrom (our loelghtweek stands, nothing leas man four weeks. Make your salary reasonable; we bare plenty of money and yon gel ynnra trery 
l^laa/ I ■ We* ■■■■• "Saturday night, rain or shine. Hake yonr first letter explicit and don't misrepresent. 



Addreas FERPON & WAXTOK. pare of TwinJoek Company. 164 Devonshire Street. Benton, 



I want all my friends to know that I am no 
longer connected with the YORK PUB. CO., 
but will be glad to see you at my new 
quarters with M. WITMARK & SONS, 
WNmark Bldg., 144 W. 37 St., N. Y. 




rai 



m 



WANTKI), VERSATILE PERFORMKR. 

Change for one week. Novelty acta or cootortion- 
1st can be uaed. Dr. E. 8. Werutz, Lewl Mon, Net). 

hantkd, a Lecturer ; one Thai lias had 
experience ; i nave no time to leacii the bos. 
No chasing the milkmaids. Would give a real 
ma* half or boa. Address Miss. MINNIE STAN- 
LET. Brldgavllle, Pa. 



WANTED, 

GOOD SOBER MED. PEOPLE. 

Piano Player that can double Kraaa. Men must 
helpon tenl, Boozer* and knockers don't last 
here. People wanted thai are willing to stay where 
Tliey gfttlieir pay. Wrlteal and when you can 

ion. Ticket. If 1 know you are right, Billy 
.ice the Skeleton, Billy Hack, write. ijl'AKKR 
COMEDY" CO., Hlldreth, Neb. 



The Bnsiaess Ion's Association 

OP DUNKIRK, N. V., 

Last year pot on toe okhat PRANK HATCH 
(JAHSIVAI, UO. Kverybcdy made big money. We 
are ready ro put on another thin year. If yon Have 
tlie show we can get the money. Address 
,.' ,; CHA8. C, JONES, Sec'r, 
■ ; ■ ■ 811 Central Ave., Jjunitirlc, N. Y. 



QUOD OPKN TIMB 

WALDRON OPERA. HOUSE, 

HAVBRSTRAW, N. Y. 

33 miles from New York. Beat show town on the 
Hudson River for Its size, now booking 1 night 
stands. Few choice weekB open for best repertoire 
cos. Addretm W. H. WALDRON, Hsverntraw,N.V. 



WANTED, TO JOIN BY WIRE, 

A 1 LE CTDHEB and OFFICE WOHKEB 

' Alao Performers In. nil linen that, can make 
good for six nights. Money sure. Drunk- 

1 off. 

y«orlng, lowo. 



crds end dopes, keep off. 
DIAMOND C0NCB1.T CO., 



tf WANTED, 

WAGON SHOW PROPERTY 

of- all kiods. Band wagon, tableaux wo*on n , 
etc. -Rtnlp lowest ensu price. People doing 
iwo or mnn 1 nets, write lowest snlnry ; tilso 
Musicians; douNe B.&i>. Address P. J. (Ionia, 
«-nre Walsh, No. 100 8th Ave.. N. X. City. 



WANTED TO BUY. AT ONCE, 

BABY PIANO. 

Must be In Al condition, State price, mil panic..- 
law. AddrCBS 1. U. KENNKY, Long Prairie, Minn. 



NEW OPERA HOUSe, 

with ns ehairs; stage aur»rt.,'ai iiymeha, inh.. 
un S. I. B. R. -2,600 people to draw from. At- 
tractions wanted, upon the year 'round. 
. ; ;-.,.. S. H. PATTON, Mgr. 



Arranged.eompoBed. Low ternM. 

X. HL11F.THMAH, 411 E. lMh St. H.Y. 



Wanted, Sketch Team 

AND 81N0.LK l'EKI'OBMEIlSUP IN MBD. 1)08. 
AND ACT WORKERS. AD1IKES3 OEO. CHAR- 
TER, ULARgSVlLI.B, P1KB CO.. MO. 



WANTED, FOR NEW ERA FLOATING PALACE, 

TUBA. Pl.AYKR, ONE HOIIHUNO UA88 IN 
OKOHESTRA PRRl'KRRED. OTHER HIIBI0IAN8, 
WRITE, W, P. Mi'NAIR . M flB., CALHOUN, KY., » ' 

UliMTEr, Al PIANO PLAYKIl 

weals I ■"•»• and Sketch Team. Salary 
no limit, hut yon must make good. Others, write. 
Address ft 0. HOM.OWAIT, Welcome, Ontagamlo 

•lo., Wis.. . 



THE SHREWSBURYS 

CMARCIE and LILLIE). 
ORVILLE and FRANK 

.Would like to work Tor Burlesque. Show next 

reason. Alld ao would MRS 0RVIL1.H. Address 

i HUNT'S HOTKL, Chicago, III. 



IRKTEJ),PrJIHftSHIIN$ 

- For atpall show under canvao. 
JOHN UKOLLKV, gg ArcUc St., Bridgeport, Conn 



LADY OLABINETIST, 

long; experience, wants reliable engagement ; 
Western preferred. 

ADDIK ROSS, JJtscoiJohBt., Portland, Ore. 

wanted, partner' 

BY YOENO LADV DaNOER. Send mil partli't 
lars. Address t, TROV, tare or CLIPPER. 



WANTED, 



FILMS 

20 REELS Front $40.00 UP. 

KD1HIIV KXIIIIIITIOV MA< MINE 5IAI1A- 

; 2INEH. T.1UK.IP, KI.Kl TIllO AMD 

< AH I II 11 HI RSEIIH. HI1K11S TAT I OM- 

PLKTE, and a Heel of Al Film Jl'Jl.tlU. 

! 100.000 FEET OF FILM TO BENT. 



40 W«at Sl8.li St., New VorkCltjr. 
Phone jfgS JUadlson H»i. 



JOHN W. VOGEL'S 
BIG CITY MINSTRELS. 

Dancers will report to the American Hole), Co- 
lumbus, O., Monday, Jnly 0, by or before D.00 A.M. 
Comedians, Spetlaliwts, and all others report Mon- 
day, Jul v Iti, hy or before f>.00 A.M. Acknowledge 
Hits uaii hr letter at once. HKAKN, t'LARK A 
I'RANKLIN, WIRE me your aildn'sn UUIOK. 

WAINTtt O, 
Strong Cornet for B. A 0., Cornel in' double 1A 
Violin, Comedy Musical Act, must double in 
Band. Other Musicians, write. Address JOHN 
W. VQOEL, Owner and Manager, Columbus, O. 




All Lines, Doing; Specialties. 

Novelty Vaudeville acts. Plani.»L Small Band. 
Singing and Dancing Sister Team. State lowest 
Summer salary. I.ong season ; week stands. 
Send photos and full particulars first letter. Join 
on wire, Fares If known. Address 

FRANK L. BAIRD, GRAFTON, ILL 



narvED, 

Leading Man, Woman for Characters and fieberal 
Hun., Pianist to double stage (one of t.wb pans), 
Character Han with specialties. Others write. 
State lowest first letter. Must Join receipt of 
wire. No tlokets to strangers. We pay expeaHci. 
Will buy small Piano. Ed Barrett and Jack 
Holmes, write. AddrP9n 

WEIXS STOCK CO., 

DKAKMAW. OHIO. 



WANTED, F*OR 

NHW YOBK MINSTRELS, 

Sober, reliable, level-headed Agent, (No kids, 
cigarette flundH or booze fighters wanted at any 
nrleet. Can place Al Musicians, Vocalists and 
Minatrel Performers, show doing a fine buni- 
nexs. Ixnigengugement to peoplewho are tight. 
Address bv letter or wire until July 14. 

G. J.OTE SILVER, KargO, N. 1>. 



WAITED, TO COMPLETE THE 

SHOCKEY STOCK CO., 

Singing and Dancing Sonbrette, Man for good 
line of Uomedy Old Men, bitter Team to play 
parts. Must be good. Jnst closed a had bunch. 
A year's engagement to the right people. State 
lowest Summer salary. No money advanced. 
Just had $10 worth of Ben Imhoff; the same amt. 
of Musical Winters. Address SHOUKEY STOOK 
CO., Permanent. MoArthur, Ohio. ■ 



WANTED, for 

"A Cheerful Liar" Co., 

PEOPLE IN ALL LINES. 

Those doing Specialties and Doubling Brass pre- 
ferred. SHOW OPENS SEPT. 8. REHEARSALS 
AUG. 27. Tell all yon do and lowem salary In first 
letter. Address E. K.HTUEB, Ellsworth, Kan. 



AT LIBERTY. 

Character Woman. 

One pleoe only. FLORENCE VAO, Arsdale, care 
or CLIPPER. 



WANTED. BALANCE OF SUMMER AND NEXT 
SEASON, FOR THE 

KEYSTONE DRAMATIC CO., 

Repertoire People all lines. Those doing apeolai- 
tits preferred. MAX A. AHKOLD, Ugr. t 

Vlnal Haven, Me., July 6<7; Thomastoo an, 
Soutn West If arbor 12-14. 



MUTED, FIRST CUSS REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

In all lines (except Leading Womau). 40 WEEKS. 
Open Eureka, Ks., Aug. la. Rehearsals Aug. 1. 
Also want Uoocl specialty People who play parts, 
Agent who plays parts. Man wliti FlrsiCianri Ma- 
chlneatid Fiirria. PAY OWN. State all and photos. 

Address OLIPFOIIU REEVES, Charlton, Jowa. 
Metropolitan Siock Co. 8th mcoeasfui soawn. 



PBOF, BATHOS OLD BELIiBLE 
SCHOOL AHD A8ERCT. 

Estalillsliedissv. References, the best or man- 
agerji, pnplls and performern. Call or addrean 
PROF. RAYNO, 
214 West Ohio St., Indianapolis, Ind. 
P. B.— Imperial Hotel Theatrical Headquarters. 



WANTED, A HOOD 

Sketch Team 

Both mast Dance and not afraid of work. Blllv 
Travis, please write. Wire me, POD PUWERl,, 
st Rlchlaud, Midi., Friday. 0; write Uichory 
Corners, Mich., 7; Bedforu, Mich., 0. 



AT LIBERTY, 

VIOLIN LEADER 

(Donble Baritone). Vandevllle or tnnslcaL The- 
atre preferred, .address 

D. TOPE., Ironton, Ohio. 



WANTED. ONE ALL 'ROUND COMEDIAN, 

Musi be sober and willing to hastie. Money sure, 
, Those who wrote tiefor^.wrlte again. P.S.— Dancer 
1 preferred. Br. W. s. Haley, Sioux Rapids, Jowa 



MurM Bros.' Tent Show 

WANTS QUICK, TO KN1.AROK DHOW, 
MUSICIANS ttnd PEAFOHMBRS 
That Can Double Hinge. • 

Week stands; best of treatment, and salary every 
week. Vaudeville Artists that can .change for 
week and Double Hand, Cornet and Trorab ine 
fjr Orchestra, wire quick. 
MCRDOCK BROS.' TENT SHOW, til Willi. N. H 

ATTRACTIONS, 

First class, for Octoher 4, 6 and d, during! Ksxre 
Meet. Purses large. A big crowd will be here. 
flood money for good attraction. ' One night 
stands or good repertoire. New, modern theatre; 
capacity 1,000. 

A.L.BIXLER, Mgr., McCook, Nebraska. 



WANTED, FOR LABOR DAY, 

SENSATIONAL AERIAL AND 
SROTJND ACTS. 

Novelty Acts, Trained Animals and other attrac- 
tions at Amphitheatre and on the grounds. Tent 
attractions. Fireworks In the evening. Ounces 
siona for sale. Biggest celebration in Ohio.. 
GEORGE CRIST, Johnson Bnlldlng, Sprlngfleld.o. 



ROLLER 
SKATING RINK 



Centrally situated in New York City. Apply » 
Hy letier J. E. P., .-arc of CLli-l'ER. 



WANTED, AT ONCE, 
Good Tom People 

that double band; also colored people; good 
dancers and cade walkers. Mnroa. 111., Hey> 
worth. 111. MANAGER, Undo Tom's Cabin 00. 



at We 



n ilealcutc , he new Opera House at WeOhter 
City, Iowa, alwut Sept. 1. Also other open 
lime. Address WKIISTKR OITV ARMORY ANI1 
OPERA H0U3K Co.. Walster Clly, Iowa. 



WANTED, ADVANCE AGENT, Starting Aug. 9, 

Must be sober, energetic, neat appearing gen' 
tleman, and a bill poster when niicessary. No 
booking, uo writing to do. Three night standi 
exclusively. Write in full, age, description, t>,x- 

rrience, references and lowest, sum salary, 
paying expenHaev FRANK H. DAVIDSON, M 
Hathaway Ave., N. E„ Cleveland, Ohio. 



WANTED, 

Vaudeville Performers. 

People that can chaoge for two or three weeks, 

rtMtf furnish transportation. Address 

KIIPIKE THEATRE, V. 0. Box 912 Edmonton.Alta. 



WAITED, ABB1T AID HAIO PLAIEB, 
Hut deliver the goods. 'Tell all Drat letter. Na 

u-.rtlc for ageot. Pianist tnuitHliig and do one 
.mall stralglit hit. SlTIIEIlLAND'lflllOIl CLAWS 
VAUDKVILLK CO., Ureal Palls, Hoot. 



AT LIUKIITY, FOIl AH YTH11JO, 

ROT ABNER, 

Light Comedian, Singing, Talking dad Dancing 

tjtpnrlaiilfw. Care of Jt-Tvls Hotel, Hyra<!nse, N. ,. 



FOR 8ALE-BUSTEB BROWH FlLH, 

soon., 136: or short lengths at r>c. foot. 'Frisco 
Earthquake, cheap (shorti; 2 Htereoptlcons dirt 
iheap. J. 0. HAE, Oar-cola, Neb 





E TO m 




SIE HASSAN BEN ALI 



Arrived in New York City, Jane 30. 



BIG SENSATIONAL ORIENTAL and EUROPEAN 
NOVELTIES. 16 BERBERS 

Specially Importsd lor Prospect Park Anmiemenl 0c, ol lligara rails, I. T. 



The Greatest of All European Sensational Novelties, 

SchillerDankmars 

TROUPE OF GERMAN ACROBATS— 3 Ladies and 3 Men. 

FIRST VISIT TO AMERIOA. 

Will runaldttr offers from Hellaable Manager-, Ad. I. 



HASSAN 



:im ALI, 



The I.nnu Villa, I oii.j Llnnd, IV. V. 




TIIK POLIdllWINU HKPK11TOIIIK PKOIM.K i 

Leading Man, Heavy Man, Character Man (who can direct), Jtivenlle Man (who can do specially), 

Man for (icnvrat Huhim-Ms, comedian (must do Htrongspeclsltyi; leading Weinan, t'baracici- Woinati, 

Heavy Woman, Singing and Dancing SouhrcMc, lllusiralfd Song Singer iwltli outtlt); Union Htatge 

Oarpentcr (prefcrenci' to one whocau imlnt Hceucrv); ifnlou Property Man who ran play partn i.r u» 



Mpeciitity, aod a fine-class Kepcritilro Aucm. Vaudi'vUh* people who can play parts, write. Woitlil 
be pieiiHt-il lo hear from Norton and I(i.khc)I, Tell all In tin* Orst tetter: salary, age. he' "" 
ence, et<\ Send programtin'» and phntos, Wudi a big Vaudeville Ad to feature. Aitdn 



Tell all in tin* Orst letter: salary, age, helffbt, iwpcrl- 
_l a dig Vandnvlllc A«t to feature. Addm** 
J, .1. MANNIIVI., itoont 1, Knaplre Tlie»trt> Oulldlng, Albaaiiy, N. V. Tour booked ex- 

Tlwi " 



:lusively by Kldrcdge, Mcukln A Co., Suite 74u, Knickeroocker Theatre BiUuling, New York (My 



SISTER ^ Acf"(SINGINe), 

Also Good Under stander. 

" WALTKM I.01TUH, SI.H.g.r "H Bella," Worwltli, ton a. 



1VTBD, 



.» 



FUI.I.OW1NO 1'KOIM.F KIIII 



7* 



The Sweetest Girl in Dixie 

POUTI.Y OLD MAN for Old Hoalbern Coloa.l i.oulhrrn Ulalrrtl, Jl' VKM1.B MAK. 
HJCAVY MAN, MAN Full OLD VKI.lt". PORTLY WOMAN FOIl OLD IKOItO 
1IAJIJIY, WOMAN Klllt IIKA V Y. OPEN SKIT. ». 
I €>. ». R1IDLK, III, W.S1H g, Kaaaas Olljr, Mo, 



CIRCUS MUSICIANS AND PERFORMERS WANTID 



TO STItKVK TIIKV 111,. 



JiJrT. W. HALL WAOON SHOW!, 

Kspecluliy Alto, L'larlonet, Slide and Tuba, II. and 0„ Hinging auil.Acroliatlc Olowna and Al Refined 
Concert people that ran ning and dance. Stale what you do mid lowest salary. Join on wire. Accom- 
modations first clasri, Other cirrus people and Musicians, write. AddreM 

P. W. HALL.Tutflas, Nebraska, until July u. 



WANTED, Ten Good Acts for Hillside Park. 

Jlt.uestrlan or Clrcitri, Trapeze, Juggling. Any set thai will make good. Salary cheap, aa It la idra. 
Weeka of July b, 10, .8, 'M; August o. 

itA UNK v is. DKMAHBrlT, lilllHlde Pleasure Park (near Newark), Uellvllltj, New Jersey. 



Wanted, for the Old Reliable Harrington Pavilion Toeatre, 



Oood Kep. People In all lines, Those doing ape 
Mu»t Join on wire, C'au place good peojile for Ital 



iclaiiles preferred. MuMiciaiiN douiillng II, undo, 
'.alaacf! of buihiiht hoiI Winter. AiMn-nh 

K. A. UAIkniMUTON. (Union, III. 



JO/^IV COL.L.INS 

LATK COLLINS and COLLINS, 

Would like lo Join good t'oineillsu that ran sing. Am a good sluierund uood straight. Address 

HJI HAKIITA HI 1 ., I'lFlladeluhla, Pa. 



"Viresterjtx Dramatic Agency. 

Managers wanting roliablu people In all branches of die iheatrlcil profession, wihh. Oft1>'.* aaaS irou 
10 to lo. Desk room for uiaiiagcrpt. lifT \m rlalle Hi., near Mmllson, Chicago. Ill, < K> per lit need Chorus 
llMa furnished.) A. H. (PDaV, Hooking Agent. NOTICK.— Piano aod Artist on hand, lo rehear**, 
Hlngcrsand l»ancern, rtldter Teatni, Hkeloli Artlsu, i.'horud CllrlH.Rt,-. 



Ceo. W.--THE WRICHTS-Blanche 

Illanche, large Character Woman; George W„ anyihlng cast for, KeHputi«*lhl« nianagers only. 
... ■■ PKR APDHKHW. Waterloo, Hid. 



WANTED, rOB 8RTDER BB08. & BALI'S WILD WEST S10W, 

WnliclauH, cornet, Itarlfone, Trombone and double l>rumn. Oiher Muslrians, write. Union Clly, Ind., 
Julv v\ Win eh enter, Ind., Julyio; Mnucie, lud., July 11. 



SOUBRETTE WANTEO TO JOIN COMEDIAN 

IX AtX ML'HT SINCI AND HA.NC'I! AND llaVHUODD WAIUIIIOIII:. Send pliolu. age, 
etc. Address .. ULANCHAJID, rare OLIPI'KR OttV.. 



ma 



TEEg> HEW YQBK OLEPFEB. 



July 7. 



fi 



V HEW YORK CITY. 

'"IteltiC A Praetor's t'nlrm Square 

Vac at re ie, F. Rogers, realdpn: manager). 
— In ;■- bill fy week of July a Our- Ed- 
wards and* trls school Dors "a ad Girls ■occu- 
pied s prominent position, and were llberi|ly 
applauded. ' Tbe lilgbt Allisons have h good 
acrobatic act. which made a profound Im- 
pression. .John and BcribH Cleason and Krod 
Houlihan danced to tbe delight of tbe audi' 
«kc«- The. Klnsons (Hurry Atkinson, of 
AlMltrilla. and Bates, formerly -of Wood 
and Bales), In "doing It Blind," tiara 
a'comedy which seemed to pMM thoroughly. 
It was their first local appearance. Chin. 
Howard, the Hebrew comedian, enter- 
tained In an Interesting manner. Saliel John- 
app. Just' returned from a long. Kuropcan en- 
gagement, wag warmly welcomed, and sang 
in ' her best form. Miles and Rlckard sang 
well. The Three JJIcktnan Bros., la their 
comedy, ''Who Stopped the Kerry Boat," were 
a.'gbnd feature. Vearkiy and Mornn enter- 
tained In- a lively manner. Jack and Bertha, 
Rich ■ sang and danced with credit. Little 
Grace Childerai and her dog, "Die? made a 
good- Impression;- i.e Dent Juggled in his 
uatnl clever manner. Roliert Charter and 
company, In "The Wise Mr. Conn." won suc- 
cess. Tbe klnetograph t-loxed the hill. 

Keith * Froetor'M Twe m> -third 
Street Theaitrr.— Thie week'*+lll Includes : 
Kdward (Mark and hlH >\x Winning Widows, 
ail. net that- h always, worthy of attention ; 
Llll Inn Thmrgatc tind company. In nn inter- 
esTtng-psnibrrllflir- art^ ' KltA-Bantal Troupe 
uf Japanaae acrobats< f<|olllt>rUtB and J ig- 

fitrs, who perform some nut-of-tbe-ordlnary 
eats In nfoat accomplished style: Jack Nor* 
watth. who keeps his act thorotighly abroHRt 
off- the times: Morris Hnd Morris.- European 
eecentrlca,.-. whose act Is really remark- 
able In mony ways, and whose American 
debut, made on July "J, resulted In a conv 

fletu success for them : Orpheus Comedy 
Jour, stoHlr.g comedian I ; Mills and. Morrla. 
IrOtbeir Interesting ad ; Van- Alstyne and 
Ke^ry. CarLHerberfrund the motion pictures. 
Pastor's Theatre (Tony I'atftor, mana- 

Seri. — A good hill was offered July 2. 
[ally aod Kent offered their hodge-podge of 
comedy, singing and dancing, and were r.rv 
pteclafed ; Edward Maker and company. In 
'•The Bill Poster," caused plenty of laughs : 
It was the first performance of the sketch 
here, and Mr. linker immediately won a 
lace for himself In tbe estimation of 
.fie audience by bis I excellent work. 
Fred Wyckolf and company. In "Plain Folks," 
pleased the audience: Barrv and Wolfnrd 
tajked to the satisfaction of all. Hnd kept 
every one In good humor; All, Hunter and 
All ; presented their novelty acrobatic act, 
tq r due Hppreclatlon; Bawls and Von Kauf- 
mtoj In "M'ish," hare lota of fun, which they 
disburse fraety : thcMoiarts. la "V Cobbler's 
DrMHr." pleased: Jeanre-and Bllswortb gave 
satisfaction, la their muait-al net: Demonlo 
and- Belle were well received ; Smith and 
Regan made. good In their at; Beltly and 
Morgan, Keene. Juggler.', and Mike Scott 
were In excellent form. Tbe vltogruph closed 
the hill. 

Paradise Hoof Ciarden (Oscar Mam- 
merstetn. managar).— The torrid weather of 
tbe week Jnst urtKt not only served to bring 
the regular patrons seeking fur a breath of 
cooling air at, night, while escaping from the 
sun naked strecels, hut It also caused the- 
many who are not seeking for Summer the- 
atricals, to avail themselves of Its lofty po- 
sition, with the hope (hat Tor tbe time, at 
leaftt, some relief would be vouchsafed them. 
Tills: cohdltlon canned many capacity audi- 
epcea during the .week. .The bill- Tor week 
beglnlng ■ July 'i. announces but one changs 
from, last* week, the- addition of;"Dronza, 
the Talking Head,". shown for tbe first time 
oh Monday. July 2. The following continue, 
at ID the previous weeks: Maennow, the 
Russian giant ; La I Is Selhlnl, bicyclist.; nit-o 
aftd 1'revnst, In "Bumply Bumps:" Six Musi- 
cal. Ctttya, Collins mid Unit, comedy aero- 
l>aU ; Tom Henrn, "The laisy Juggler;" the 
Spook MiPritrels, the. Ciimllle Trio, ■ comedy 
bars: Ferrrros and bis trained dug, and Ihe 
Sharp Bros., expert dancora< . 
~ wlatnr$» . drove (Joseph - Hart, maoa-- 
ger). — "Seeing New York" entered Its fifth 
week Julv -, and Is now a prime favorite. 
SalerdQ and N p d Wayburn's HaiD<-Deare hold 
over In the vatidevllle, while .the. new acta 
Include Sylvester, Jones. Prlngle and Mor- 
relL.who form u moKt' enjoyable singing 
quartette: .the Four Melvlns. clever acro- 
batfs. and I'raiik Bob anil one dog, who 
omuBtd with tbc|r excellent gymnastics. 

.Atlantic -Garden (W. Kramers Sons, 
naaonters). — Violn a id Kngel, acrolwtle 
comeHlanB; the Dailrya. :culjred comedy 
aketclr dno : Young and Melvlllo, singing .and 
dancing duo ; La lielie Fnuallne, Irani \.n- 
porame. operatic .vocallat ; moving pictures, 
nad rlie Mllte I.udv Orchestra am the. attraC' 
ilofls for this wr»?k. 

Mniliaon >i|nnn- Hoof Garden (Henry 
I'lnciiB. manager). — The second week of 
"Mile. Chamnagne" Blarled JuTy 2. 

Biew York Thentre ( Klaw A Krlanger, 
managers).— "Hlr Honor the Mayor" began 
its sixth -week July- l*. -•-■• 

Aerial Qardena (Kltnv & Krlanger, man- 
agers!. — fJeorge II. (ohna. In- "The Goror- 
nor's'Son." oiien'ed his tlfth w.rek Julr '2. *. 

Ljcciim I |m utrc (Oanlel Frohrnan, 
rcanneer). — -The -Lion and the Mouse" opened 
its ■ thirty-third week Jittv -2. 

BelaiNeo Theatre tutvid Belaaco. min- 
agerv— Blanche Bnie-i .ommenced her thirty- 
fourth and last week July 2. In "The Girl of 
the IJoldeo West." Her engagement will re- 
open here Ailg. ti. 

Cnatno i Stun S. A Lee Shubert. managersl. 
— "Thft Swlii l Whirl" liegau lt» thirteenth 
week July 2. Maude Raymond will- take a 
vacallon - for three weeks, commencing 7. 
which ibe ivlll upend at Sharon Springs with 
faer two daughters. I^ouu uuu Kthel. 



ton. Couateu Olgi BohI, singer; Tbrea 
MlTcaelli, fiitgtrs and dancers; toe Four 
Totadofi., actoCats. and Frland and Dewdlog. 
Before half the programme waa presented 
the rais fflkdW.lt flVessarr to give* -the re- 
nttladcv of the bill' la the theatre proper. 
The opening sight bill will reaiala- for this 

At.HAMBKA (I'crcy G. Williams, mana|er». 
— "I»oll> Varden" i* the opera for this weelt, 
and It was presented In the best possible 
manner on thu- opening day, the ■chorus being 
etiperlnllv good, tlraee Orr Myers appears 
In the title rore, and la moat Muccetsfttl. . Tht 
house »|ll renwin open another- week, and 
aa a closing sttrnctlon will offer "Faust" 
D-14. " 

Brooklyn.— At the Cfpkcum (Percy 0. 
WllliiimH, mar.Bgar) fat the closing attrac- 
tion "I'airnt" Is presented week of July 2, 
Special talent has tx-ci engaged fur thin pro- 
duction. ; 

Litna Pabk. — "The Mountain Torrent" Is 
tbe newest of its many attractions. "Tbe 
Oreat Train ltohiwry** coatlnties to- artract 



matt mum, vmmmmm 



Notcw rsOM Fawkw Bill's 8how.-ToIi »TW kbom tMNritL a 1 Iloj Class 

organization li 'making a record; n6t only \&vuznLur. Co.— We arc -In out trtth *cek, 

for Itself, but -for- Brixton Beach, since S plavlnr tin; Mnw rcwrta In Pgf«S£ 

opening there. KVery performance g miff » :»»■"» *?.JL n ? JStJS.^S £3S 

attended, aod the satisfaction it glrea la kaaahMao, 



iinpreeedented. No ahow that ever came to 
New York sprang Into such Immediate favor. 
On Saturdays and Simdays, when three per-, 
formancea are given, the audiences have 
averaged up to nn attendance of ,15,000. The 
New York papers have not been slow In sp- 



We play under canvas, and Mtttf 



a -full -cat of ocenery nnd a, forty foot stage. 
There- are thirty-two people la the company. 
Including hand and orchestra, Ihe MM or. 
our tent U 1)0x140, *nd seats fifteen hun- 
dred iiei»ple. We give no matinees. BJB 
during the day wc are nil Haling, rowing 



,>ew ions lapcrs rmvc noi oei-n nmw m ni»- »<•• ••.».■■■» ~j -- — -. — z,. ilfiia« ,.nm 



been more than liberal In their notices of 
the -many features.- During tho early part 
of the show's stay the weather waa far from 
what It should have been, but thla did not 
»een In the leant to affect the attendance. 
There Is -verv indication that the present 



iiany" Is" having a gocd time. The company 
Includes • Milt t'randnll, sole owner and man- 
ager: Mnt Ella CraadalL treasurer f -Joe 
Levitt, stage munager; Chas. Sheaf, elec- 
trician; Prof, tleorge Wllbon. leader rftaM 
and orchestra; JocJ<evkt and Agnes Mils, 



i nerp i^ •■very iimiuw m w nvsw* nu« viuhom" ■ ~--, i ii..,a». u,„i,,j 

oeiaon of Pawnee Bill's Show- will not only coniedy jugglers : ■ Jeaa ami Be.it '« «°» r J' 

be the largest In Its-hlatory. but that H will aerial performers; John « nd n "* al M e , n M " r % a ' 

dratv more people to Brighton Beach than In comedy sketch ; M!l2!£S&.tS t7 

were ever at thin popular Hummer resort be- dancer; H. Ze", txintorOtaUat. J** m 2£ 



vol la. 



Ussle McAvoy, Irish 



».it*i ; i mm wwuj .t.iJu»iHire» mi'-niH lore' Ijtst week a "car load of new horses voiia. wire winner, iiynn "V-'SJSI ""«"" 

enwds and a ^iln to t^-Moon- renjaln* as were reived from- the West, and every one sonjrs and danrch: Hcatm and to "■*.•»; 

popular as ever 1 he Old Mill, thc^ Dragon's „ f them are bmkera with a record.so soma- rolmts and <«wl JuranerH: Master \\llle 

Corge and other favorite entertainments la |„ B inierestlBg may be expected In the Baum, cornet -soloist, and BaMMI and ■ hu- 

cuntlmie. bucklmr horse -net -Pawnee BUI wHl rcmsln Avoy, hoop ro'lers. Agnes rails also wings 

Dbkamlanu.— The attractions holding the luaTjSL s i iew „ t Brighton Beach during the the Blaatraraal tones, and responds to several 

oat* attention at pr#Hcnt are: "Kan Fran- cn iirc season v encores nlgbtiy. Prof. Tain McAvoy s mov- 

Notem from tub Fbask A. noBBlss New ing pictures are the ]st«at-out, i^MIN 

Ai.t,-KK4TtniK 8HOWM.— This show opened at never get tlml looting: a t them. . r he -show 

Stapieton. H. L, on Wednesday, April 2f,, dewes each aighl alth aone act furre .^rairly, 

nn? up to date has not missed n single parade by the entire Hisapaay. writte n ay *■■ J*22k 

or performance. Kverrthlnjr has moved ahmg entitled "The Canvaa Mana K«enge. ihia 

smonthiv and In a satisfactory matiBerf The company ts one of .the best B>s^'Oi|" «»« 



most attention at present 

claw," -"Creation," "The.Knd of the World' 

and "1'haroah's Lmughter." 

BuNTucK'4' Animal Arena. — Tbe latest 
feature h-re Is illlf. Blanche Allnrty. a 
French woman, who gives a very loterc?!- 
Insc' iK>r(orman<-e . with ■ s cumel. ableh she 
rides with aa much ease and grate as -other 
equestrians do a horse; On the bill also Dre: 
NpeMyiirdy:* bear*, llcndrirkscn's tigers and 
Oalllard'a ieonards. 

BaiuHTUN Bracii Paik. — Pawnee Hill's 
Hnow has proven a great success. Since Its 
advent at Brighton .flench It has been clear- 
ly demonstrated that' It' Is a Wild West show 
par excellence. Twenty-nine different acts 
go t« make up the entertainment. There la 
pagentry, feats ot skill' and daring, as well 
as s.»r.!t timrtirttli. pictures well put on. 
Colonel Francis. Fernrl nnd his trained wild 
anlmali also come In for a large share of 
the public patronage. One of tbe features of 
tbe Fernrl Show la that most of his trainers 
are women. A!"ht -the Pike .there are 
many smaller attractions, all of which t>eem 
to catch the public- fnncy, not forgetting tbe 
Mg Indian village, and tbe old fashioned 
circus side show, with Its numerous curios- 
ltip* and freaks 

Manhattan Bmcii.— .'The KmntloD of 
VomivI'::-," I'.ili'; (treworks show, bus been 
mneli Improved, and Is now to tine running 
order, ueorgo Prttnrose's Minstrels will bo 
at the Manhattan Hench Theatre thla week. 
There are views of -ration plantations nnd 
cornfield, a ouulr.t old parsonage and-a wed- 
dlnjr fi-stlval,- Mr. Pilmroen leads In eoft 
shoe and clog dancing specialties and a 
"Drill .»f ine Soutbrrn-. Cadets" The rinnl 
trhnsfnrmatlon. '"The Evolution of- the Ne- 
gro," Is In bve tableaux. Special Sunday 
concert.;. aftern«s»n and' evening, are g'Tcn. 

Hunokcho.v's, CuNEY- Isr.AMi. — Bill week 
of July 2 : The Red f Inssars. Lynn and Fnve, 
Bessie Valdare Troupe, the Itoldsworlhs, 
Four Stewart ■Slstns; t Jn gory Troiijie, Amer- 
ican Trie, Klngarl Trmipe, A\ angdoodle Four, 
Bell and lleury. Mcfuaslck and Chadney. 
John 11 Ilarly, Blanche Sharp, Burns and 
Finn, and Mllo Sisters. i i 

BiiroHTo.V- ru:M-f Mtiaic Bali, fW. T. 
(irover, tuanager). — This week's bill Includes: 
Hobert Ulliliiii and comr|iany, In "As a Mun 
Sows;" .Ma/ r/ nnd Mazctt. Hawthorne and 
Burr. Taylor Holm**, . Mayrae , Remington, 
the Three Wet:(oiis, Oracle McDonald, >Keb- 
nedr and Jtnoiiev, nnd the klnetoacope, 
- Norn. — Hal Clarendon's Stock Co.. at the 
Bergen Bench c.iJr»i. d is still packing the 
bouse at every. performnnce. 



only accident worthy the name wsh k slight played the Adircttdaik summer resorts \>e 
Mr/ which orenrrerlat New Hochelle. N. Y\. eat In a dining room tent. JOi.W, which "a 
and did about $25 worth of damage to the In charge of ft 111 lam and L 



is, but lu no way Inlerfered with our the lish and chicken dinners we srejiinlng 
business. The complete roster of the show are certainly Immense, ws -_aii room at 
Is ns follows: Frank A. Bobbins. manager- 



Frank Bobbins Jr.. annuitant manager: l'red 
Beckroan. general agent: Jno. (ilemon, treas- 
urer; (?baa. A. Bobbins, snp'rlntendent; 
Csam. W. Sprague, 'secretary ; B. Harry 
Hodge, manager of side show : Mrs. Frank 
A. ltobiilm, manuger . of confectionary and 
refreshments department : Wloona Bobbins, 



hotels, and everv Thursday or FTlday. when 
Thk Cbtmn comes, yon can see tbe boys 
"biking" for n shady spot, where no one 
rill bolher them. -• t ■ 

Fit am: J. Cam* states that he Is no 
longer connected with the team of Carson 
and Rehnn. Be will be seen next season 
with his old partner. In an entirely new 



treasnrer of refreshment department; Milton sketch, opening In ChleiiBo In «Wrtsfi^ 
Bobbins. In charge of reserved seat tickets; Harit Hastings will have the Bacheim 
Geo. W. Boss, claim agent: J. L. Fusner. Club Burlesnners on the bastern >\heei tne 
press representative: Wm. Powley. leader of coming season. • > . . /*. . Tll . 

parade and door tender : Jas. Shlpnian. "mine Hassan-'Bkn Ali returned to America .iiiij 
host" of the "Hotel Shlpmao;" Frank Glea- I. after an extensive trip In AMcfc-IWBM 
son. superintendent n( anlmula. with eight brought over a troupe of twenty Berber Arabs 
nssl^tnnts : Jack Cousins, equestrian director, and a German family of scronats. ^___ ^_,_i 
and the following performers — Booney and 
Ash ton, principal bareback riders : Lottie 
Avion r. principal barehark rider; Jno. Cons- 
Ins. boundlng^jocfcey : dins. Watson, -Mexican 
jorkey : Alex. Lowanda. hurlestiue mule 
hurdle act: 'he Kilet Troupe, horizontal 
bars : the Aerial Lloyds, casting act : the Fly- 
ing -Weavers, trapeze ' 
school menage act : I. 

Hiu iy Koxler, loop walking and rings 
Mlnty, juggler: Bentzs. .burlcsnae acrobatic 
net : Three Herbert Bros., acrobats and 
Roman ladders: Varrietta Kemp, rolling 
globe: Car'oa and Sllverton. wire act; Robll- 
Tard and Duvnl. bicyclists : Mllle Clio, female 
clown, assisted by Kd. \m Belle, Vincent 
Harlg and his porcine prodigy; Henry Veo- 



Thk Sisters KMiKTHnii . bare aeen doing 
club and Ivceum dates during the past sea- 
son. Blla sails July 5 for Paris, and will 
later visit her parents at Stockholm. Sweden, 
returning about Sept. 14. Lillian will remain 
In New York for the Summer. 
. May flikiiMiTOX. wife of Dan J liar- 
: Bell* Clarke, high rlngton. the vcntrBonnltt, died at her home, 
Ljtasttts. DvlRK rlnoS; IS* Thirty-ninth Street. Brooklyn. . N- V. 
walking and* rlogs ; on June 27. from chlldhlrth. h ^K" twenty 
vcars. ■ Fureral servk-ea were held on .nine 
30 at St. Catherine's Itomnr Catholic Church, 
Brooklyn, and -interment was In St. John's 
Cemeterv. Her husband, a son. aged eleven 
months." :md her mother survive her. 

QBQ M. Jackhox nnd the Famous Jack- 
ton Family will sail for Paris July 3. Alth 



turn. Rlllv Leonanl. Ralph Lane. Rube and eight people, and will open there July lo. 
BaU. and Alexander, bounding rope, T'hb Hlkk or- hsie. 1 'a.. Intend to hold 



Ilex 

The stellar attraction of' the -show this sea- 
son Is Prof. Hugo Herxog's -six' trained stal- 
lions, which are easily the finest lot of 
horses la point of beauty and excellence of 
performance In the cirrus world '■ to-day : 
Leonardo, leaping the gap. Tbe side show 
cnnalsts of the following people — It. II. 
Hodge, manager: Prof. peBonalr. magician; 



Kermis of Fads and Fancies, week of July 
30. The proceeds are to go to the Elks 
Building Assrsdatlon. , . ^ 

Htiuil roN.NM.l-v recently closed fourteen 
weeks at the Bunion Theatre, Syracuse, K. Y. 
N. Y. 

Gheiner and Walton opened their- new 
art. entitled ';A Picnic for Two." Jane 17. 



bTbTW YORK CITY JOTTIXGS. 



Marie Nordstrom was- overcome by the 
beat June 27, and nnnble to play her part In 
■The Man On tbe Box." at the Lyric Theatre, 
and Pauline Whit son took her place at abort 
notice. . t * - 

.Hats, Jacob?, who anderwent an operation 
for appendicitis over twnweekr ago. left the 
sanitarium, 215 West Forty-third Street, June 
28. Dully recovered. 

Harry Cranoall, the well known German 



Harry Moulton. ventrllonnist : Suldene. Puoch at Saginaw, Mich., and were a big success. 
nnd Judv ;- Olivette.-- mind reader: Bonney, May Howard will open next mooth on the 
one man band; Montana Jack and M« ratios. Kohl ft Castle circuit. In Chicago, In a big 
Impalement act: the Plctets. tattooed people; vaudeville -net of four people. Including Allen 
Margaret Still, snake hypnotist; Frank Hur- Curtis. Miss Howard has lately purchased 
ley. musical set: Flora De Leon Rn( ] j.nibm a three story and basement Bedford stone 
Allen. Oriental dancers: Herr Cohen, modern house at Chicago for her residence. 
Hercules: Chas. -Lowry.. door tender; Kid T. P. Wau>en writes : "learning that uoso 
Davis, Ralph Lnne and Fletcher Smith, ticket Ivy, the New Zealand wonder, was at Kan- 
sellers : L. SullH'an, chief orator of black top saa City. MO., I found her nt a Summit Street 
and,, moving pictures:- Pi-of. Gennore Mar- house, where she was visiting Leona Dare, 
ramxln and his concert- .band of thirty her advance agent, who Is very low with 



fileces. and Wm. J. Conway, twenty-ronr 
tour agent. Concert people — Ada Thorpe. 
May Koster, Frank Hurley, the Belforda. and 
Mack Allen. . Fiencby Healy. boss canvas 
man'; Dick Fagnn. first assistant, and forty 
men; Ike Smith, In charge of light plant. 
its: Jack Kent, boss nost- 
„_ tlrst asslstaht. with forty old. soldiers at the homo near Leavenworth, 
son. Mr. Crandalt wljl appear In "Twiddle men; Clint Graham, train master: Char; nnd In Ihe evening to the soldiers at Leaven- 
Twaddle." . .'-;. " • ■ -- King, assistant, with fifteen men: Ben Pow- worth, nil religious services. Miss Ivy Is a 
TtouTiiES r*r/>sRD a«« : Tbe Knickerbocker, ley. | Q charge nt rare car: Fred Marked, soprano of wonderful range and great nbll- 
Manhattan, Bijou. Wal lark's. Joe Weber's head porter, and four asatstantsi Harry Ity.a woman of great beauty and graceful 
Music llnll. Iludsou. liarrlck. Broadway, New Howman. boss property man. with twenty figure. R, \. Abbey Is her manager, ' 



dialect .comedian, will be a member or the with three assistants; 
Joseph Weber All Star Stock Co., nett set. ler ■ chas. Wilson, lira 



tvphold fever. Ml s Ivy gave a splendid ac- 
count of her American lour and I reception, 
and will he out again In a month or so. 
Yesterday l Sunday) Miss Ivy sang, by spe- 
cial Invitation, to 1.200- convicts at the Lan- 
sing. Kan., penitentiary, and later to tbe 
female convicts, and In the afternoon to the 



Harlem.— At the West Kud (George A. 
Blumenrhal. manager) Jacob A tiler r-oncluded 
hl& engagement at this house June 27. and for 
the rest of Ihe week vaudeville and Shep- 
ard's moving pictures were offered. The offer- 
ing for the present week, Julv. 2-7. Is "Uncle 
Tom's, Cabin," and the cmntmny presents an 
exceptlrmallv «tnmg performance. 

. Keith A PatH-mR'a tops iiiinpkkp and 
TwcxTT-Ptrnt ST6KKT Tiikatrk. — Despite 
the s*arm weather, this house -continues to 
do good business, and -Is without doubt one 
ot the coolest places In .llnrli-n t" sjwnd en 
evening. "Northern bights," with all the 
ntce^sarv Mage effects, was presented In a 
good sited audience 'J, and all Indications 
point to a profitable week. Tbe cast Is well 
selected, and a 1 most even performance re- 
biilts.' Paul McAllsier. as John Swlfiwlnd, 
the educated Sioux Indian, and Beatrice Mor- 
gan, as Helen Dare, the heroine, did some 
meritorious work, and were well supported hv 
Wm. Morgan. Agnes Scott, Iretta Jewell t 
Robert Citmmlngs, 11. Dudley Hawtey, nnd 
all the prominent members of the company. 
The vaudeville presents Jessica Crce aua new 
motion pictures. 

Old Heipelbkro. Hurtlg h Kcamnn's new 
roof garden, on the top of the Metropolis 
Theatre, opened to the public June Itt>. It 
lauR nearly- as possible a reproduction 
of the old • famous east's In Ihe German 
college town, and all the attaches are In 
native German costume. The opening Indi- 
cates that. the venture will prove a success. 
as it Is the only roof gardes that Harlem 
has. The management promlnea to present 
Ihe beat talent that can be procured, which. 
coupled with- the novelly of the resort, la 
hound 'o attract the |mhiiuV. A niont excel- 
lent nnd welt selected til" was MsasHUnT on 
the opening night, wild Bjlly S. Clifford as 
ihe headllner. Others w#re: The Gmad 
Oner* ' T.-Wi. la tha prison scene from 
"Fnust :" tlertle Hevnolds and her Twlrly- 
SThlrly Girls, Klein, 0(t Brut, aad M.b.-l- 



Amsterdam. Hlp|»ir»me, Kajestkv (iarden, 
Lyric. Academy of Music, Princess. Empire, 
Daly's, Savoy. .Madison Square, Field's, Her- 
ald Square, -Criterion, Liberty.' Grand Opera 
House. Murray Hill. Fourteenth StreeN 
Colonial. American.-. t'roctor'H Fifth Avenue. 
Proctor's .Flflv-olghtli Street. Third Avenue. 
Vorkvllle. Irving Place,- Thalia, rircle. 
Miner's Eighth Avenue. Miner's Bowery, 
Dcwev, London and Buber's Museum. 
I Lalla HKLnist fainted on tha. stage, of 
Paradise Gardens ennlng of June 2S, just 
ns sh« had . completed her act. She fell lo 
the stage and a stage band carried her lo her 
dressing room, where site waa speedily re- 
vived. She b:id not appeared at the matl- 
ness, 2R. having been overcome by the heat. 

Tub. stuyvksant Theatrb .Co. was (n- 
[-orporalcd at Albany Jane 2V>. with n cap- 
illar n-f ?2?o.i«t(i. The directors are: David 
BelaBco. Ben Jural n V. Uitedei*, Meyer Blm- 
berg and Benjamin K. Blmberg, of New" York. 

Thk llmiissailil Tiikathicai, Co. was 
Incorisirated nt Albany N. Y.. June 2f>, with 
a capital of fl.'iO.Ootv Tlie directors nn-:- 
Owar I1nninierstelu. Wm. Haramersteln and 
Kdwin B. Boot. 

Tita KnwARP MacDowell Fund was 
recentlv aturled hy. the Mendelssohn Glee 
Club, of whluh Mr. MacDowell waa formerly 
leader. The composer la In a very serious 
condition, nnd Incapable ot doing further 
work. 

Haityi.a!<d, South Reach, Staten island, 
opened on Saturday. June 30. The park 
Is prettllv sltualod. Its prlnclpnl show .being 
Bolossy Klralfv'a Carnival of Vculee. which 
Is not jet re*dy to open. Other features 
of Happvlnnd are « iiall ronm. with MJSB 
feet of floor space; a vaudeville bouse, where 
free performances will tie given : a restaur- 
ant, with a roof garden : a roller skating 
rink, a central lagoon, with a circular swing 
nt one end and a band stand at the other, 
and a tea cardrn. situated In a natural 
grove. Tho park envera nhmit fifteen acres of 
ground. It Is painted white and decorated 
wllb 30,000 electrlr lights strung In gar- 
lands. • 

Ai.kxanmir Cuim: has been engaged by 
Kdward K. Bke for his old part- In "The 
Girl from Pnrfs. at Munhnttan Beach. 

BaskI'M.l tkasis frott 1 Lima Tark sod 
Preamliind will mret at Mnnhattnn Beach 
July (1. In !hr murnlng. fo decide the Sjaaaj- 
t'rn as to "M'h a.uusentcnt park con furnish 
tbe best team. 



men. The show U giving the best of satis- 
faction., and J. L. Fusner, presa agent, , Is 
loaded with some of the finest and most com- 
plimentary notices ever accorded, any show. 
Kvcrvone Is well and happy, and are enjoy- 
ing the Invigorating climate of the White 
Mountains, The. largest concert of tbe -sea- 
son was at Plymouth. V 11. 

Pxi i, BRAi?n.\ntt, contortionist, has joined 
the Wallace Show. 

Harkv c. Smv.in, general representative 
for- Frank C. Bostock, sailed for Europe Jnne 
SB. - _.- , •- 

- RlN<iMN<; Bros.' Tknt was blown down In 
a gale at Aurora. III.. June 21), and Matbew 
Bury,- a- cripple, and Matbew Cresa were 
killed. Several people were injured, nnd for 
a tlhie It looked as though much more seri- 
ous damage would he done. Tbe elephants, 
which occupied the three rings at the time. 
became panfc stricken- and hroke from their 
keepers. Tbe storm came up without warn- 
ing In the shape of a small tornado, and the 
big poles fell, burying tbe attdlen.ee of near- 
ly 1 ..imh) spectators. 

Cari. Claim and hla hand, which Is one 
of the bl? renlures with the Rarnum & Billey 
Show, has ueet|.rc?ngaaed for tbe same snow 
for Hie next two seasons. 

Clito, : contortionist, -stntes that he is 
meeting with great rurcesa with his new 
frog act. Iclnc- featured with Hnrgreavea' 
Big R. It. Shows, as Is also Sort Hows, tbe 
fdnrv "Hnv Rube." 

F. W. Blesskr and wife (Mn belle, the 
snake enchintress) are with tbe Forepaugh 
& Sells Bros.' Show. 

Wm. Tkrsier. "The T'p-SldeDown Wonder." 
Is attll with the Forepaugh & Sells Bros.' 
Shows, and is meeting with. great success. 
*-*-# 



RHODE) ISLAND. 



WISCONSIN. 



Ean Claire.— At the I'nlnne (Wm. Ar- 
rnnnO, mhtiBger>. bill Jim* £S and week: 
Dells Watson. Claude Bauf. Bsbv Mary. Mil- 
ler nnd Mason. Wm. Armond. and Mr and 
Mra. Cal. Stewart. Splendid business rules. 

Note.— Bale's Fire Fighter." June 27, and 
Hagenheck'i Show* 2 0. 

I.n crosne. —At ihe MJm Thenlre (AC 
Schnherg, ■■■jtjjUTl the hill for week of June 
iffl follow-H: The Wllev Ferris Co., Jack 
O"|'oore," Brownie and Hmttnle,' Charles Or>. 
rln Cowles nttd Dorothy Alden. and moving 
picture?. Bill week of July 2 includes : The 
Flvlug Lnvullfs, Arthur Lane aad Jack 
P'Toola, , _ 



Newport. — At Sheedv's Freebody Park 
Theatre, the bill for week ending June 30, 
drew well. Kngaged. for week of July 2; 
Woodward's Seals, Harry Thorne and com- 
l>any, Crawford and Ford. Three Ronay Sis- 
ters, Barnatu and DIre, Walters and grouty, 
l.;i ">"i! and l.ee. and the rameragrnph. 

Bah mm & Baii.ev Cikcuk was attended 
bv large audiences. - 

i 

Wovnioeket. — At the Hose Lake The* 
atra fW. B. N'ye. managerl, included In the 
bill, week of July I, are: Al. Weston and 
compare. In "The New Reporter;" J. 8. 
Wolfing' s trained stallions. Magnanl Family, 
Mitchell and Marron. and the usual motion 
pictures. So far this season the receipts 
bare been far ahead of last year. 



< i a 



K AX SAM. 

Ft. Scott At Fern Lake Park (Hafer 

1 Love, managers* week of July 1, Phase ft 
ciemmet Dramatic t'o. 

P*ni:i:n\s Amihi:mi:vt Co. j?nve a «!reel 
fair week of Jane 2.">. to eo.nl biislness- 



♦ « » 



. JoU, 



Kuw.- R:\RrrtS- t-C spending the Stinunef 
with Wt'piirenla ItrHwrtlstMirif. Pa. Ire *1U 

tJSk,%SSSJ^ "hL:'cVr"™meS/ mgmmm Tmmnmm i sst 



Tin: Musical Adams, who gave such a 
graceful and pleasing entertainment at Oak- 
wood Park, 'Pittsburg. Pn.. week of June 18, 
were held .over by Manager Melville for an- 
other *week'. 

Noths krom Lew DorKSTAOEn's Nor Mrs- 
ftrmOM, CfatS D. Wilson, manager — Mr. 
Dorkstader has completed the engagements 
for bis company for next season. Among the 
comedians are the exi-eedlngly funny Nell 
O'Brien, Kddle f^onurd. Jotjn King. John 
Dove and -the' Foley Brothers. The singers 
include- Manuel Itoroalne, Mat Keefe nnd 
Ree* V. Proseer. Tbe entire company will 
number stxty>ftve people, not including Ihe 
working slalT of ten ra'eo to handle the big 
new scenic production. 

CtfAB. CROMsKAMhaa signed with tbe John 
L. Sullivan Company for the rest of this and 
next season. ... 

Frank Milton asp Dk Lono Sisters, 
wlm have slijned with Campbell & Drew's 
Colonial Belle Show for next season, are 
spending four weeks In the "BorMes," In 
Colorado. 

A xr.w ofkha Honsc la being built -at Sul- 
phur. Ind. Ter., "Uncle Sam's Resort." It 
will be OOxKio, stage :i2xtk>, nnd will seat 
Viiat. First Boor, modern, and will open 
July IS, with A. B. Kstes. as manager. It 
Is Nelnc hallt for Summer and Winter. 

Willie Moose, tbe minstrel- tenor, has 
recovered from his recent sickness, and waa 
at the Gardens, Toronto, Cab,, week of June 
23. 

- Nichols and Croix closed a saccecaful 
season at Milwaukee with the -Star Show 
Girls Co., and have been spending a very 
pleasant vacation at Marshall. Mich- wltb 
Mr. Nichols' parents. They have been re- 
engaged for next season hy the same manage- 
ment to produce entire production. Including 
a military gun drill, which will be a special 
feature. 

Milk. James Math:o will sail for Europe 
July T. accompanied by her son, who haa 
recovered entirely from the effects of several 
operations. Mr. Marco Is booked up for the 
scnson In this country. 

Mat C. Rnn-n, late of Connelly and Rowe, 
mnurns the loss of her mother, who died on 
June 1:1 In Ireland. - 

Will Drew has aunounced that the Em- 
ptre circuit of burlesque managers hss ob- 
tained control or the tiayetv Theatre, in Al- 
banT. and the Lvreum Theatre, in Ttov; Tha 
V'mplre circuit shows will alternate. between 
Albany and Troy for the senom. playing 
three nights at each place. 

Pearl B. La Rt e. who will like her little 
apu. Robert, to Atlantic City, for a vacation, 
will he at Guvernntor's Theatre for weeks of 
July 2 and P. 

Thk Great Golmn Russian Tbocte are 
booked for ten weeks with the Robertson 
Amusement Co,, starting Julv 2. In Detroit, 
Mich., at Electric Park. 

Lkunarii .wd.Wiiii.k opened June 23, at 
New Island Park, Himhurw Pa., and were 
one of the features of the bill. They play 
n return engagement there In August. 

THB-swrrtT .given at Barfs New Thea- 
tre, Philadelphia, Pa„ Jor St Mary's Hos- 

' ".IMP " 
worthy cause, 



■ notes from Gala Paik, North Beach 
l.one, -Islatd,- N. Y.— This park opened ttii 
regular season Saturday, June 23, under tfc> 
mansi?m«ot of w. s. Wright, who has cctS 
at geoefsl representative of the North Bearb 
Amuaament Co. for the past ten years. Mr 
Wright-has Bun-ounded himself with nn f (. 
ficlenr force of assistants, taken from the 
Theatrical ranks. Among them are: Al. Nei. 
aon, assistant manager nod cashier: Frank 
Williams, Oscar Mora, Doc Phillip, John Zim- 
merman and Bam Abrams. ticket sellers it 
the varloita attractions. A special feature 
of the added nttrortlona thla aeason la-liori^ 
wood, the shooting arrow, a one-legged Vyr- 
Hat who shoots the chutes on a bicycle and 
dives Into the water of the lake below. Man- 
ager Wright haa booked a large number nf 
excursions for July and August, which In- 
cludes man? well known organizations of 
New York City and mirroundlng towns 

The Park Amusement' Co.. of Osiiko*, 
Wis., has decided to call Its pari: In that ■ r- 
the New- Wblte City. The officer*; of the mid:'. 
pony' are: President and general manager. W 
S. Campbell, of Marinette: vice-president, w 
K. Jones, of Milwaukee; secretary and treas- 
urer. J. l'\. Lnrle. of Oahkuah : director.-: - 
W. 8. Campbell, H, O. Dan forth. W. E. Jonrs 
and J. F. iJtrle. One of the "many attraction* 
will be the Beautey Amusew.ent Co.. which bj 
roroposed of twenty-five people. This com- 
pany presents a high class vaudeville anj. 
"Old Plantation" show, and carries Its avn 
liana" and orcbestni; Another special feature 
will be Prof. Wm. D. Herrgutb, who will givs 
a balloon asi-enslon. 

rorrs ajn Thomas, managers of ihe Bllmi 
Family Theatre,- Canton, O.. Inform ns that 
the:: house- closed on- June .'to, to permit nf 
alterations. The next season will open In 
Scptemlwr. Tlfl season Just passed has been 
very satisfactory. The house will be remod- 
eled, and upen with better attractions neit. 
season: 

B. Duplet Scott, owner and manager <\f, 
the Electric Family Theatre. St. Cloud. 
Minn., writes; "We opened the new theatre 
here June 18. to a good house. -Bill for 
week of June 23 Included: B. Dudley Scott. 
In black art : Barry Barton, coon songs and 
dance; Mildred Hurtt, child performer; 
Harry Russell, lu character Impersonation ; 
motion pictures and Illustrated songs, " 

Bert Marshall, whn Is visiting at his 
home at Akron, o.. fishing and enjoying toe 
blue gillies caught In the- small lakes around 
there, will open. In vaudeville again In July, 
with a new singing, dancing and talking act. 

Mrs. Annie Pelot, >f Fiedand Annie IV 
lot, mourns tbe loss cm' her sister, who died 
June J,"., at their home at Atlantic city, N.J. 

T.hk siemsers of tbe act known as "Tbe 
Mllslcal Shlrleys," will.- In the' future, be 
known as "Ijimbert, Rcnshawaud HsrbotHe." 
This set has Just finished the Snllvan A Con- 
sldlne circuit: also bad two weeks at the Or- 
pheum, Los Angeles, and will he on tbelr 
way East after they have finished playing a. 
few return dates. ; 

W. H. Smythk and Bessie Labelled In- 
form us that they escaped the earthquake it 
.San Francisco, nnd are. resting at Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. They were at the- Central Thea- 
tre, San Francisco. 

John and Alick McDowell, who played 
tbe prlnclpnl comedy parts last season in 
Gordon ft Bennett's '"The Tollers" Co.. are 
at present meeting with success In vaudt- 
vllle. They have signed- for next season with 
Stephens ft- Union's "Mv Wife's Family" Co. 

"Willie" Orowlet, who has been con- 
nected with Tony Pastor's Theatre for sev- 
eral years, and has also appeared with sev- 
eral headline acts, such as Foy aod' Clark 
and Joseph Hart and Carrie De Mar, Is at 
present appearing successfully -with- Halltn 
and Fuller, In their various acts- They are 
now playing tbe Hummer parks. 

James Carson opened. In Londoo. On'.. 
June 20, for the Summer, at Carson Park. 
The opening bill Included : Moving pictures, 
songs, Cary and Yates, ■ Arado and v'araun. 
Prof. Part and wife, and James Taylor. . 

S. 7,, PoLi h-js secured control- of the 
Jacques Theatre end the Auditorium. Water- 
bury. Conn., belonging to the estate of hla 
late partner, - Kugcne L. Jacques. A nro- 
visleu ,'n tbe arrangement states that Mr. 
Poll will speud $10.000 1 In Improving tbe 
Ja'-ques Theatre* tl at It will always be en lied 
the Jacques, and thaL Mis. Jacoues wM! re- 
ceive f-l.fKK) annually during ihe ten year 
lease, with rcrtaln other privileges. 

KoHLGit abb Marion write from Ontario 
Beach, N. Y. : "We made -such n big success 
here at the Barrholomay Pavilion last week 
that Manager Fox gave us contracts for the 
weeks of A-jg. 1:! and-lf. We. have made' a 
big hit with our new. Dutch comedy murlrnl 
act a|l along the line, and open nt the Sea 
Breeze l*avlllon, liondent.nlt, N. V, for the 
weeks Jniy 1 and-.*, and then go on the Me- 
diation circuit of purks." 

.Al. G. Field Notes. — Mr. Field recently 
returned from a visit to Yellowstone Park- 



Things around bendnuarlers, 50 Broad S"'*t 
Columb'is.' are going along with their iisTnl 
vim. » His minstrels will open tarty -In Aug- 



ust. Contrnry to the usual custom, this com- 
pany will go direct Bast, and will not go to 
the. North went territory until late In the sea- 
son. . Doc Qutgtey has charge of tbe odtce 
during (be absence of Mr. Field. Many new 
faces will appear In the business and ex?<ni- 
tlve slHfl next year. The scenery and elec- 
trical effects f-jr-the three big openers, "Roll 
on .Silvery Moon," "Dreamland Phantoms" 
and "The Gridiron Club." are completed, and 
have bevn tested on tbe stage of the South- 
ern Theatre. • i". 

Roheht Winuate. of Robert and Te^ie 
Wiugnte, writes: "Thttrsdav morning, Jnne 
l!a\ at live o'clock, a terlftc thunder storm 
struck the city of Kscanaba. Mich., and 
dsmr.ged -Ben's' Theatre. The lightning 
strmk the switch hoard and set the whole 
stage on fire, Including our dressing room. 
When we were notified we rushed to tbe 
theatre to -find our wardrobe and trunk 
hurned to Hshca. and our other personal ef- 
fects were taken by the hundreds of sight- 
seers that thronged the place.- We lost 
everything, hut Chsa. Banks got off with 
the loss of a few clothes and the scorching 
of hlR trunk. Mr. Sotlnsky has $2,000 duo 
for Insurance, while the performer* have, 
three days' salary." 

.Barney First. "Ihe sociable guv with th* 
educu'ed feet." who ib nuking n big success 
with hla eccentric Hebrew buck dance, has 
signed*- with W. B. Watson to do Jew parts 
nnd - specie Ules with hla company next sea* 
son. 

Mkanv and A-vntusoN, who are resting 
for the Summer at their fiotae at Denver, 
Col., after a successful season In the Kasi, 
where they played the Keith circuit <nd 
oilier Mrst class vaudeville houses, will re- 
turn K*et In August. 

Lewis and Lessimitox, formerly Mr. and 
Mrs. J. V. Irfwla. will be seen In their new 
copyright act. "Fmi in the Kealrv Institute. 
U"xt season. Thev close on the Noch circuit 
late In July, and will then go lo their home 
for u few weeks' rest. 

The Hrih Children and Ksetore. after 
finishing one hundred and thirty-eight weeks 
on the Sullivan & Consldlne circuit, under 
ihe management of Chris O. Brown, opened 
a twelve we?hs' engicement on Jos. J- 
Flynn's park circuit. -with the Mozart and 
Gu« Sun rircu'ta to follow*. 

Artih'r Laning. manager of the Broad- 
whv Comedy Four, la back In New io« 
looking for a good quartette of men. u* 
recently came from Milwaukee, where hs 
cloyed with Rowland ft Clifford's "Old Clothes 
Man" Co., after a very successful season- 
After n few Week a of park work the fgJSfi 
Idle start* for Chicago to Join the "Old 
Cloihes Man*' Co. The season Is a long one 
of forty-two weeks, eolng to tbe coast. 

How. Jollt. of Jollv and wild. Inform m 
that after openlng-at ttrtnl Bnrrtn'on, 
Mass., tbey were re-engaged for another 
week, 



JULY 7. 



TBti it 



YOEE 



■■gis- • 

51* 



Phillips kgb PaewW«id, who recently 

nosed ft luccenful eogag«#nt. over tbe E»- 
lira circuit, (or 0. V Ulggtnbotbain, are 
Jo* on hV Sbuthernpirk clrciilt. " *r. Hft- 
.lobotbam ba» a circuit of ten weeks, com- 
DtiilDK the following rltlea ! Bnreveport, 
B55 «d Lake ■.Charles, La.; Vlcfctlmrg, 
\llis ' l'arls. iTalveatdri, lOrjustoa acd San 
ADtoDio. T«.. and IJlrmlnghoai. Ala. He is 
!?:aanir'ug compacleK ibrtt #111 1* kuowp by 
numbers to cover the circuit. 

The Bison Citt. Coiiedv Kou» will braak 
in tbelr new art ot I'leasnre Bay, week of 
JUfl - w" D other good vaudeville time to 
follow They ore being booked exclusively 
br Meyers 4 Keller. .' " J . ' 

LKRfl A. IIaW-akb, musii-o.1 director, piano, 
bis wen engaged at Wonderland 1'nrg, Dan- 
title 111., for the Summer swjsoq, having bud 
five weekn' vacation v[«lthig at .CtMcngo, Mil- 
waukee, nnd bis home, Saginaw, Ml. Ii 

Notcs rituit Hollow ai & Bftciikb Com- 
gad Co., K. C. Hblloway, manager; J. II. 
Ilaft, assistant manager; W. K. Betcber, 
compabv phjalelan and sjirgeon.— We are 
claying' week stand* lD-\VlApstn, and nasi- 
nVs has beeh good.. We pwyt-d la operg 
hftiiBPs until July 1. when we opened undef 
tonvflH, carrying eighty, with a -10ft. 'tent. 
We bnve a band oE twelve- piece.*, under di- 
rection of 1'iof. Shaw, which is a feature. 
Blllv and Eva MeCUntork nave i-eeo meeting 
with great t shecess, Chester Roy's barrel and 
(MM kicking In also a big feature. 

Vot.r.i. *nd AuAMo, who played Tooy imp- 
tar's last week, play a return, date Sept. Hi. 
TljMOOkT AN0 1'AI)1.WTTR Wfttttl "WO are 
In our slkfb week on the Crystal circuit, 
closlne ihe ahow. Our act U meeting with 
great metam at enrb performance. We open 
*a the Ous Sun circuit Aug. Q, at Mans- 
field, O." ^ 

-. — . mm -•■ . ' .. . 

HEATHS I*i THE PROFESSION. 

Manoel (.nrcln. 

Manuel Garcia, the famous teacher of .fring- 
ing, died on July l, at bla bomb In London, 
I'ng. aged ud«- hundred and one. years. He 
was born Id Madrid, Spain,' on March, IT, 
ISU.'t. the son ot Manuel Garcia, ibe Spanish 
ipiior. Ills sinter was Mme. M&libran, a 
great Eoprano. Professor Garcia-, witb his 
sister, Mme. Mali bran, came to »w York In 
LSli.'i, and gave Italian opera, the first ever 
heard in the United .Stated for nearly a year, 
a't the old l*ark Theatre, this ,clty. They 
opened wilb Kossiql's "Uarber of Seville." In 
Which the eldi*r Manuel (iarcla was the Count 
Aloiavlva, and the younger was Flgoro. Mme. 
Mollurau wan Itosina. Keturolog to l'arls, in 
j &:'!(. be left the stage and devoted himself 
to learblag. He subsequently began svlentJllc 
iuqulrr into the conformation of. the 
vocal organs, the limits uf tbe registers, 
and tbe physical mechanism of singing. 
The Hrsr result of this -study was his a,i- 
plication of the laryngoscopy whose value 
Is now universally admitted ..by physi- 
cians. The second result - was his "Me- 
uiolre bit la voir buraalne," presented .to 
the French Institute lb 1840. He.wse. ap- 
pointed professor of flinging at the Paris Con- 
servatory, and published. In 1847, "Tralte 
C'obiplct de i'Aii tin Chant," tn two parts, 
quote., which bos been translated Into Iial- 
Ibn, Herimii add KnglUb. and lias gnlnpd 
a world wide reputation as one of the stand- 
ard authorities ou singing. .ji Among (larcla's 
most successful pupils were: Jenoy I. kid, 
Catherine llnyes. Henrietta Nlssen (after- 
ward Mme. .Salomanj and M. Ilattallle. In 
i *."n Garcia resigned bis post at the con- 
eervntory and went to London, where he be- 
came a professor at tbe Royal Academy of 
Music. He wns the father of Pauline vlar- 
dor, the famous soprano. 

Fiunk \Y, SllRttRlt, n sbowaino, died at 
Mr home In New Orleans,, I. si., on .Inoe <!, 
aged rhii'ty-slx years. He was a aatlve of 
>ew York City. Ills wife nurvlvea hlu, 
. Kahl I^AUTRNscHLARORti, builder -of Ibe 
new ■stag* at tbe Metropolitan Opera Uonse, 
Xew Vork City, died In Munich, Germany, on 
June 30, aged sixty- three years. He had his 
first lessoas in atage meimanlsm from Karl 
ltrandt. a noted German stage' technician, 
who gained renown for ibe performances at 
tbe Court Theatre of Darmstadt, ire suc- 
ceeded his principal, and wan later called to 
itlga and Stuttgart before he settled at. Ihe 
Court Theatre, in Munich, la 1B80. He was 
there for twelve years, and since that time 
bad traveled through different countries Id 
Kurope, building stages in the principal the- 
atres. Ills. greatest achievement wan the re- 
volving stage of tbe Munich Theatre, and be. 
also built the new stage of the Prinz Regent 
Theatre, In Munich, lie recently designed a 
Lew stage for tbe Wagner operas at Coven t 
Garden, and designed the present/stage at the 
Imperial Opera House- in Vienna. - it was he 
who carried Into effect Itlchard Wagner's 
ideas about the moving forest Inthe first act 
uf "Parsifal," and tbe destruction of Kling- 
sor's castle' In the second act, when tbe opera 
was first performed at Beyreutb. Mr. Con- 
rted brought him here from tbe Court The- 
atre, In Munich, when be decided on the pro- 
duction of Wagner's work Mr. Lairten- 
Hcblaecer and Kmll Kucha produced "Parsi- 
fal" at tbe Metropolitan Opera House here. 

<_':,. u'pk t). I'n.iiAM. actor and mnnnger, 
died at bis home In Dales, Erie Co.. Pa., on 
June 23. Mr. Pelham was for years a suf- 
ferer from tuberculosis, nnd during ibe past 
four years bud been able to do but very lit- 
tle work, only appcsrlng occasloaailv with 
his own company. Mr. Petbam wan born at 
Court land, N. Y., on April 28, 1802. He en- 
tered tbe profession at the age of thirteen 
years, and bad been in It roDtlnuoiisly up to 
the rime of bin death, principally acting with 
his own company. His wife and two daugh- 
rers survive him, ail l>elng members of the 

frofesslon. He was a member of Greenville, 
■a.. Lodue No. 14&, U.-P. 0. Elka, 
ous. B. Ykrdikb, 0/ the vaudeville team 
of ('has. and Hattle Verdler, died oa June 
10, from consumption, aged twenty-six years. 
He is survived by bis wife and n baby daugh- 
ter, Alice. 

■II'lfs iOi.T.r.n, a professional acrobat, was 
killed in the iralu wreck at Salisbury, Kog- 
laad, 00 Jtilv 1. .* 

• <« » 

, .!..-. TEXAS. 



»li.«E OI TJ 'ClfVci'sl BltXI. 
. BT IM "~MB0 rjKBy. UABTIM. 

Tbe first bill In the collection 1 atn about 
to deal with. Is or tbe lloyal Clrcun." these 
wdads farming the. heodlog, under which are 
two lines. Then commences the quaint opeo- 

"Tbe Prrprletors. ever anxious to meet ihe 
approbation of a discerning public, beg leave 
to assure them that during tbelr short recess 
every exertion has been made' to render tbe 
Interior ot their Theatre applicable to tbe 
Season. 'for which 'purpose Drapery ha» been 
provided t0 c Dc i rc | e the Boxes, by which 
mentis they will be rendered warm and com- 
fortable. ••■. -. - ■ 

FIRST- SIGHT OP TUB WINTER SEA- 
52 N „> XD 0F TnR CHRISTMAS NEW 
COMIC FANTOMKUE. 

Mpnday, Tuesday, and Wedaesday. De- 
cember M, 27 and 28, 1814. 

Tbe F.otertaln moots will commence at a 
Quarterpost-SiJ, with the revived favorite 
Serloui Bnrletta, founded on and 
GEOBGK BAINWhCZ 
or Tub Lonoox Apfbknticc. 

Then Is printed a cast of characters and 
tbe nnnouncenient."'ln Act 1 an entire New 
Pas Sen 1 by Miss Glroux." 

Again I quote tbe bill : 

"To which will be added the celebrated 

Kflnesti-lnn Hxtravnglinia, in its orhrloal 

Style, called the ■ 

T i,! T i° R ' S JOURNEY TO BRFA'TFOftD! 

With the Humours of his Horse Tally Ho ! I 

BULY BDTTON, by MB. MAKF.EN, 

Id the .coiire of the Hveolag, - admired 
Vaulting and Equilibriums on. the Tionr 
bop 1 and elegant feats of Horsemanship, by 

llicr.-iir J i' r i- 



—ML the 

to Introduce vaudeville in this city, opened 
the liljou with a One bill June 18. and tbe 
business lias been to canacltv sloce then. 
The hill was headed by Martyne and Hardy, 
in cbararter changes, followed Uv Melville 
Norman, "wizard of the violin:'* "Silvers" 
<"oiiUcr. black face comedlon. and Itihnrd 
Light, and tbe klnetoscope. Tbe enterprise 
has a promising outlook. 

Karat— prof. J. H. MarrMlllan, who ar- 
rived here 18, from Bristol, Teon., to take 
charge of the Opera Hou«e orchestra, died 
suddenly Juno i.% from heart filliire. The 
tiody was taken In charge oy Manager Gallia 
end shipped to Bristol for Interrjoent. De- 
ceased leaves a wife and three children. 



Howston,— Highland Park Theatre may 
close sqod. Since the opening there bos not 
been a satisfactory weeks businem, and Man- 
eker M. C\ Mlcbneli* and his aRsMaat, R.'irry 
Van De.Mnrk. have retired, to give waf to 
Assistant Manager of ibe Part Flrlridge. 
The manager of -Ibe park. .Mr. Keentn, Is 
awnltert with anxletv: for upon his arlval 
here It mav ho decided whether to continue 
ibe theatre nr nni. The Holllneswnrth 
Twins pntered on tbelr second week June 2n. 
They iloeed .1U. 

nulveitioH.— At the Galvestoa Electric 
Park (Dave Wris. infinager) the Renfrow 
Stock Co. had fnlrlv gPoa sized attendance. 
Tbe ' ther sttractlofia ar<> doing a larg^ bust- 
•new. 



J Whii 

remarkable 



illmak'^t 161 . 

Rl'IXl OF St. I'AUL'3 



"' Edli'.ces and Bi-sxiifu 



*?■ 



I single ran Seul 4j 



Mr. Ducrow Junr. 
Clown 



..Mr. Paolo. 



Then cotnes tbe announcement and cast of 
a harlequin called "DiBBV and Joan or Har- 
lequin nnd Thk Fire Fic^a" 

The pantomime was written and produced 
under the direction of Mr. W. Borrymore il 
om wondering If this Is tbe fore-elder of the 
present Borrymore' family of histrionic dis- 
tinction?) 

After the synopsis of scenery we are told 
that there wBl be. a 

"CLOWNS BURLKSQBE BUNT 

Introducing - - 

Mil POME* A TIRAl DOOR , 
The character Dogs, of Dogs In Character 
tbo* real Dogs! By Messrs. Edwards, Stev- 
ens. Brown, Thomas. Prince and the Doa 
of Moxtabois. ■ 

In this piece Miss C. Glroux appeared 
as columbine "with celebrated Moxfebinb 
Danck." T 

At tbe foot of the hill we learn that . 

^"At the earnest: request of lorn* well known 
Friends of Humanity, the favorite- Serious 
Melo-Drama of the -fun Tradb : or Afri- 
can GIUTiTi'nF. !' which ban been performed 
upwnrd of Fifty Xf gilts witb unbounded ap- 
plause, will be repeated, positively for the 
last times, as a first Piece (lb lieu of 'George 
Barnwell') ou TiitiiisDiY; Friday, and Satur- 
day, December £0. 30. and .11, when it miist 
necessarily be laid aside for tbe production of 
numerous Novelties: •! 

Places may he taken at tbe box office of 
tbe tbeatr'e from .ten till four. Doom are 
opened at half -pant fire, and Ihe perform- 
ance* commence at a quarter-past Mix pre- 
clnclH. 

B'oret, 4*. Pit, 2* Oalferif',- 

•*PF>ACBS CANNOT POSSIBLY BE KEPT 
LATER THAN SEVEN (NO MONEY RE 
TURNED).'* r* -. 

For some reason or otbe- the bill contains 
no intimation of the price of admission to 
the gallery. It was printed by Hartnell Wine 
Office Court, Fleet Street, and measures 
SB % tax!) MOtt. ■ ■■-..:. 

■From 1814 we lump to 1880. This Is a 
bill of Asley-s Royal Amphltoeatre, West- 
mlanter Bridge, under tbe management of 
Messrs. Ducrow and West Junr. I will quote 
tbe heading : 

Movdat. April ' 2,1th, 1830, and Every 
Dvenlug during the week, at a quarter past 
six. ' 

Tbe performances will commence witb the 
Successful and Unequalled Equestrian Dra- 
matic Spectacle, founded oa the most Event 
fill and Electrifying Epochs of British His- 
tory, to give the utmost effect to which the 
whole of- tbe Splendid and Extensive Re 
sources of this Theatre, with the Numer- 
ous sr c;> a,np . Treble Company, will be 
brought Into, requisition,- thereby- combining 
and producing incidents, with more Variety 
In every department, tban was ever practica- 
ble at any Theatre -to produce tbe magnitude 
of tbe Stage. Extensive -Outlets, Platforms, 
Body uf mounted Cavalry, Pedestrians, Bal- 
let, Pagentry nnlted with Song, Dance, Ac- 
tion, and a superb Display of New Sceaey and 
Cars of Victory, rendering It one of the most 
Magnificent and Unique Exhibitions ever Pro- 
duced. 

A Double Terrace bos been joined to the 
Centra of tbe Stage. Occupylag'He circle. '-, 

Thin Eduestrlan Dramatic nnd Historical 
Record will be brought forward under the 
title of the Great FibH of I-ondon o'n the 
Prophecy -op the Doom'i* Citt : t The Out- 
line, arrangement, Processions, Uaiiets, etc., 
invented and arranged by Mr. Duchow. Tbe 
Piece and Dialogue etc., by Mr. Rayxer." 

Tbe words. Fire of London, are drawn on 
a black background, to represent flames; and, 
after tbe above announcement, follows the 
caBt of characters. Every player Is called 
plain Mr., Mrs.. Miss, or French equivalent 
Where necessary: there Is .no. happy-go-lucky 
infusion -of Christian names, Almost every 
character ban a little explanatory note as to 
his value to tbe plot. Several, though, have 
just a description, ns "Friar Austin, a re- 
ligious fat Capuchin." and "Wluky Bosh, a 
Dutchman in every appearance, but In every 
respect on. Englishman." 

in order to economize space, I must avoid 
the ''dlsptav given to tbe eveots of this pro- 
duction, and reproduce tbem tn paragraph. 

"The Introduction of the spectacular effects 
will embody the most striking Incidents of 
the year 'UK Towers, Gate* and Three 
Quarter Sett of Old Loodon Bridge! Grasp 
Cavu.c.uh; axd Equentriax- Paoeant op 
King axd Court ok ExoLAxn. Bright Cul- 
rassed Troops and Belted Knights ! War 
C'HAtloES ! In real Brass Attire.— Royal Body 
Ouard. embracing Fifty AcrotmiED Steetja 
and 20 Ql'aprcteps ! The Qlt.en'h glass 
CoaciiStateCahriaoe M Drawn nrHtx Milk- 
white Horseb or State. 12 Victorious 
Chaiiiots : ' Drawn by tbe Beautiful Spotted 



Succeeding fee foregoing Is tbe programme 
of the show, commencing wkh : 

"Mr. DrcROW'sl New ssraffai of the Circle 
and firaoa Fents of Horsemahshlp. Will In- 
troduce for ihe first tfmt this Seaaop. the 
eit inordinary Exercises of the Handsome 
Steed of the ElglD. Marbles. In aCbaraaer 
Scetit, eotHIeil the SfAxinti MlI.FTFF.lt and 
His Pack HObse!! Muleteer Mr. Hiixter- 
— Afrer which will Appear the Petit Eqit-s- ' 
than Taolioni in a Nem Art on a Htnalt 
Horse, raticd the Swish JVarant. Mr. C. 
Adams will vary the scenes by some Antuilng 
Performance wilb the Horse at (nil Career 
as GntoMio and Hot Wipe ! ! ! After Which 
the Court Mixi'et a»d Gavotte! Danced 
by Four Hlgbiy Trained Stf.f.ds. and Man- 
aged by Miss W001.FORD, Mns. BroadfooTj 
Miss fjL'cnow and Mrs. Hillier. 

The Feats of the -Arena concludes with 
Mr. Adams, In tbe extraordinary Act on Six 
Barebacked Steeds of Courier of St. Peters- 

RfROH, OR. Rt-HHfAX DISPATCH BEARER. 

1st Clown to tbe Circle .Mr Weill. 

IJrotesque Mr. Bullock." 

Below tbe above Is a large wood cut of 
Dick Tnrplb jumping the roll gate on the 
hack nf "Black Bess." and subsequently is 
written tbe synoposls of scenery and InoL 
dents of the famed equestrian spectacle 
called "RooKWoon! or Turpix's Hint «o 
York." 

Tot this performance, entrance fees were: 
Boxes four sbllll&gs (1 dollar). Pit iwn 
abllllngs 1 :>o cents). Gallery one shilling' cj.'i 
cents. Doors open at Half-past Five; begin 
Qnarter-past Six. Second Price, at Half-past 
Eight, o'clock. Chlldreu ptider Twelve Years 
of Age. Half-price to the Boxes and Pit oulv. 
Fmtc.trrlan Tuition, from Ten till Four 
Clock. 

Tb(s- Interesting old bill measures uoin.x 
i»»iln. and was printed by J. W, Peel, of 
Lam.betb. ,...,,.. 

Onward three years to Monday, April 8th, 
18.10, ibe next bill takes us. Fortune must 
have Kiolled on the proprleMrs, for tbelr es- 
tablishment is now known bb 

-Asti.fv's New Splendid Roval Amphithe- 
atre 'of Arts. 

(Under ihe management of Messrs. Dr- 
crow and West, Jus., with their New 



Charger*. Black Coursers In Tigers* Hide*. 

Living Steeds as Hea Horses. Tun Hatix Afohai: 



Benefit]] this Is Q wood rut of a Unman 
gladiator 'midst uiouQraiiK pfllm trees and 
other foliage peculiar to menagerie pictures, 
On one side sits a panther in the attitude of 
a gorilla. In ihe ,punosi|e turner stands 
Htin'her with bis .fore-iegs out stretched. On 
tbe hack uf tbe gladiator perches a peolber. 
With one hand be holds up on q Is bind lest 
a tiger, larger than aaviblng else in the pic- 
ture. And between the two, iu aggressive 
attitude, slandn a Hon of fai-e and form ex- 
irnordiRary. With the other b:ind Ihe gladlo- 
lor lias-hold- of Ihe maae.of umost mechani- 
cal looking lion. -t ■-. t ,>.- • : , . 
i-Voii are .probably wondering' why. I am 
entering Into the details uf this picture. an 
minutely; I have done so because. the cm 
lepresenrs Van Aroburg. . I' should, .soy .that 
this drtnfpteiir achieved, the 'greatest nieces* 
of any wild animal trainer that has appeared 
In Englnnd. I ennnot say ; .whet her Richard 
Buna, the Drui-v -I.nue manager, wns.rcspoh- 
atble for his introduction injo this -country, 
hut the earliest record- 1 have at, hand.of 
his performances are at the "Lane," where, 
much >to- the disgust of the dramatic siara 
of the time, be proved a far stronger attract 
tlon than Shakespeare. " ' 

Her Inte Majesty -Queen Victoria was a 
frequent auditor, and would even go behind 
the scenes and Inspect the -animals. The 

Stike of Wellington commissioned Landieer, 
ie Royal- Acodernecian, 10 paint a picture 
uf the trainer and his pets. 

Van Amhurg Is billed as follows: 

''Mr. Vax Aiibubg'b Xf.WiToa.ixep Lions 
in addltloh fo the 'dther- Animals already 
m> popular, iwfaose -Provincial and Continen- 
tal, Kngngemebta will call blia la a few days 
from the Metro[>ol]fl, therefore tbjs will be 
tbe only ottpoctiinlty of wltnenslng his pe- 
culiar and Extraoratnary Eihlbltlon." 

Furt lior on he is annonqred again. 

'Mil. Van amiil'iiu'k Eitraordjnary Per- 
formance with the New Tbaixrd lionh ! 
and other AxiuAlh. which have to long As- 
tounded the Metropolis. 

.The proprietors have the bo&or of an- 
nouncing to tbe public that thin Extenalre 
Engagement bos been formed qd account of 
tbe- iince&Mng- attracted of thht' peculiar 
exhibition at the Theatre Hoyal. Drury Lane, 
and for the sake of Introducing (be New 
Feats of tbe Lions, who have been the whole 
Winter In Training for the Amphitheatre." 

Interspersing tbe two references to Mr. 
Van Amburgh. la on extensive outline of a 
bpectacle entitled the ViCTontEtl OF' l',i'- 

WABU TUB ItlACK riilSCS on THE BaTTLK- 

iiEf.n. The'remalndsr of the programme : ls 
occupied by riders, .imong^t whom ore : 

"Md.VS. BAl'TIHTE LoisrTTK'M CRLEBltATFt) 

FngCH Wxi» Gerhax .Company of WnjIUDi 

T.'ll.iNM FROM TllB C6XTIKBXT." ''MAP' C'lX- 

CELt.1," first Female Kuucstrlnn of the Circus 
Vienna, Hague and Amsterdam," and "MoXh. 
Anoi.pjfF] Bkro Axn Leonard Houck, In (belr 
Hertnilean Kxprclses on Two Horses. 1 

Tbe evening's festivities were brought to a 
close by "the Favorite After piece of Luvk, 

RAOR AMD JEAL6IHV." 

The next bill In tbe collection announces 
"the last week of Aatleys," commeurlng 
Tuesday, November 13, in, This, of course, 
was not tbe ilnal closing; tbe lost perform- 
ance given there to k place less tban twenty 
years ago. ■ • - 

A strong attraction on Ibis programme Is 
"Mr. Carter's WnxpiRrm Lions." Carter, 
who was generally known as "The Lion 
King." ■ was Van Ambitrg'x bite rival, mad- 
• considerable Hticcens, but sickened of train- 
ing, and subsequently became tbe exhllkor 
of n ghint horse named "tienerBl Washing- 
ton." 

But 1 am digressing. 1 will Just quota 
tbe portion of the bill relating to Carter. 

'■lri the course of ibe' Evening Ma. Cam* b 
the Lion Kixo will appear in The Miraclh 
Among many other astonishing feats with 

tbe KXTHAOHBINAIIV LlVIXU LfOXN, TlOEltH, 

Leoi'ahph axu eyrilRB <Ji.'At>RUPRbH lln will 
Drive 4 Liov is Habxemn '. I ! Make his Bed 
on a Troop of Cootjuered Bea^is. etc. -Com- 
bat AXU BvrTLB WITH THE Wll.D TlUBk ! 

Which have been Sightly Hailed with- the 



Pai.ikcvk axu Wild 7ebrah1 Hea Boarding 
Dunce and Battle Hornpipe— Arrival of the 
Admirals la tbelr Triumphant Land Yacht 
Drawn by the British Heroes with Ropes of 
Flowers, embarkation in the Gm.riEX uaikie 
of Citt HoxtmHs. Kplendld Borges, — Yachts. 
vie.. Crowding tbe River Thames, with other 
Leading Feathers of .the most happy com- 
bination, and portrayed in the extensive 
Tableau with a Grandeur and Magnificence 
of effect, never yet surpassed; 

After the Dramatic Introductions aod His- 
torical Scenes will follow May Day Bevels 
With ihe gports of tbe Rose and Hawthorn. 
Who Boar Ht'xr op Charles. H. Sports of 
the Dnv drawn from Authentic Document*. 
Mummers ("'haunters. Jlngleh. Rpotitefs sod 
May Day Acton. Character Ballet of Jlog- 
Ilng Johnny ! ! Composed and Arranged by 
Mr. DUCBOW. ClTX FgAST and Boial Da.s- 



moHt reiterated Applause. 

the Lion King Mb. Caster." 



Topping the hill for this week wos an 
eqtieii linn 'pageant called "Oathebixb op 
Russia/' which I will record from tbe letter- 
press. ■ - ■ ■ ■ ■ • 

"A Magnificent Picturesque History of An- 
cient and Modern Equitation, introducing 
Mr. IitH-Rnw with hlrhlv trained Steeds. 
Manaoed Horses and ■Principal F^uesttlohs, 
tbe Beau! Iful Pegams will egpcnte Tbe 
obanii Ecolb La c"oijrbf.tt. \a croiipmJe, 

!.□ Balatade and La Pirouette. Tbe M-lle* 
Palfrey Braijty wlll.be Manitged and hi- 
m met mI bv Mh.- -Di.'crow In his extraordi- 
nary and admired Voiles Terre a* Terre 
Calirlulles *e,- -in the course of this ragesnt 
tbe Walt 1. uavotte and CoHltiop , afTl be 
danced by Trained Bleeds of La Belle Ai 
■embli In wblcb each sort* will execute a 



ssbaf of the ilbrie and'futpr to tkt 

Mr..Di:nuW." 



E rap M*i 



There are several minor characters that 
I hue not laduded,-antl-oney or two e«*nia 
on rtle bin tbaTt have not feentloned!. ■ - 

Tbe n,ext bill that I have Is a, longer ope. 

J tinted by Tf Rowfjiey , -of Unipetii. kp red 
nfl blaM\ with a 'deep* black oorderr-Tne 
date Ivfoc Monday, June '■ 1 Ml.. Ope, of 
the principal feature*; The HfAXisif Rrtf. 
I'lifiiT. To Ibis It devoted a go.ul slgr wood 
cnt'of h ■fHghffniiv' crude character. Hut 
don't think thai ibey bod n real bull. Just 
read Mr. Burrow's nice little explanation : 

"To prevent any ralseoDccptlon on the 
part of the Visitor* to this Theatre, nud at 
the same rime to add to the surprising 
nature of the Performance. LatHe* ana 
others are Informed that the Bull Is per- 
sonated by , one of Mr. Durrow's broke 
Homes tutored bv blm for the purpose, en- 
veloped .In ;tn eiamic Hkln. and >so BHtnaged 
as to deceive eves the nlceit eye: some np- 
rrehenston having- been oriklttRily expressed 
by 1 bote who bnd not .witnessed this Ex- 
hibition runt the Hull was a Real One, this 
announcement Is made 10 obviate any mis- 
take of tbe kind ; this interesting and highly 
Kqmamlc and Chivalrous Pageant may be 
wltne««t*d by the Spectntor with the utmost 

ihillght." 

The big spectacle of tbe week was "The 
Wats of Oliver Cromwell, or ihe Royal Oak." 
arranged nnd produced by Mr.. West Jnr., 
Ducrow* eo-!e»see. Mr. Stlckney, the cele- 
brated American rider. Is announced, and 
Mr. Ducrow Is billed R-lth "His Pkt Pal- 
fitt, Hkai rv : : lo bis Docile and admired 
Evolutions." • ■: 

The evening's entertainments Included 
other turns, nnd were conclud«>d by "a New 

Pipular After-piece called The Chabmeu 
HARDER." ! *• >V- 

Tbe next bill of Aslley's Lents tbe date. 
Monday. Septetuber 'JSrd, 18.111. , The eatnb- 
ll'hment nt ibis time Is under ihe manage- 
ment of Mr. William Rally, a famed circus 
family who yet control an establishment in 
the North of England. AstleyN uow boasted 
uf tbe patronage of Her Moif tlrnclOih Hk> 
Je«y ihe yueeo ; II. It. II. -prince Albert, etc. 

This bill,, which b In two pajres, is n- Utile 
lurier than- a copy of "Clipper Cartoon*,* 
and- In principally devoted -10 a descrlpilon 
uf tbe charms nnd wonder*' of "Lord Byron's 
Splendid Eqnemrlan and Drauiallc Hnectai;te 
of Maxei'Pa ! and 'The Wild House, which 
on this particular dole was to celebrate Its 
8(ltb night. 

I will not deal with the cast of 18 char 
aeiets without mentioning cohorts of auxili- 
aries, but . Will DAS« mi to tbe erects We 
ore promised that: 

"In-thn course. of this Hpleiulld Spectacle, 
111 -be vividly portrayed 
neriptlon of -Mm'ri'A and 



W M.toiraever auch a niaculnai perf6rn> . 
"H g M ffiy v alncer', ■ ™..f :■;*■ 5^!* 

aftfrf'Sjonilw agq' Lwad-Hklng tea with 
•he 'rflgtit ilope Oueeu.v .«(B«'li,Tfae oldest 
in her Roe In the woFM, and Vo\h she aud 
her husband assured me that ChrlHtnff wis 
the arret est tight rope performer lo tttt 
world.- " ' *• ' "• . 

I w||l quote Mr. WIRInm Cooke's opfniug ' 
ennoupcement of "Aatleys" from a bill dated. 
October 1 lib, 18.18. 

"TRiri fiRAXP UllTuhtlAMATIC TEMPLE UF ' 

tub. World- Will Oi'en m Monpay. Octo- 
ber lllll. 18.18. EI.EUAXTI.K BIVEX lEII.miHD 
AND ABTINTirALLY IIECORATED BT M» IIl'B- 

witz. New and aitiiofbiati: act drop by 
Mr. F. Pkxiim. Mabbive \sn mntiiuTi 

rilAXHEMER ! I'liWEll-'UI. DBAMATir COMPANY 
t'cimprl-lng EST WISHED ' FAYOItRITEH and 
AtailTIDXAI. ARTIHTEB I OF.M AND .STAR KQLt'-H- 
TBIANN TIM1FTIIEB WITH THE BF.HT AND I.ARI}- 



will -be vividly portrayed the powerful de- 
scflptloii of UA«FfA anil the Wild Horse,' 
cnrbmeftclng with the Court Yard' of tIie 
Cantli; uf Laihinski ! |ry xiuMt'. Turn 
.\.\mf.xt and Coniest of Mounted Khlrhtft 
— Hplended Cortege — Nuptial .Procession uf 
the : -Palatines -Envoy-~aBd -Ceremony, of 
nrjlnn<'lng a I'ollnh Bride. (IuammARfxa <if 
the Castle- c.xh-.hnai. and'- .CftiVAi.Bic 
SCoh,t.h. Terracps nud . ijnrdens of ihe Cn^- 
tie- -Cakf.fiI up Maxbcpa ANP the, W'li.u 
IIoBBe! •■'■ i .-■■ '. -.-•> ■■ ■ 

■ DEl.tXEATFJi ry a tMpviNu Panorama ami 
Urnm Hiwihe. Portraying ;th> citnrse of 
the Dnieper with Mountainous' Cduniry— Ue- 
seen) nf flie.Kngle and all the Horrible Ac- 
cfimbarllmenls of hlsd'lliht. .■ • - . ■•• - - 

"If Is-rio dream, the Wild Horse stemsthe 
Wilder MtrenrAs.** ".:Pt,aiXB I oil; SfRrVEH vof 
TXriTAity I Rural spurts snri-.Hong* of>Tar- 
tdr Shehlwrih— Dead tradition of "the Vol- 
pn»"— \vl|d Cfattle of the Desert-^The Htorm 
— Mrtwpha oft. the Ethausted and Worrj-Out 
Rteed, who sinks betroth his fntlgUP-^-TAR* 
TAn Tent— Makehpn renrttnl. preserved from 
the Plots of AHsaHKlns and Proclaimed King 
of Tnrlary. • ■ i . 

CKAxn Encamfmfnt of tIie Thihes : 

Rev|*f of Tartar Forces, Horse and Foot 
flc departure for the Invasion hi- iviuxhl 

Itnmpans. Ratttemehts. and Donjon keep 
Id the fnntle of Lnui-lnrikl — Bridal Fkh- 
TtTAI.!— . , 

CiiAUArTEBiHTtr I'ab Db IlBirx :. • 

l>y Mr. & Mrs. W. H. (Iahvit. 
Destruction of the cabte.e and Triumph 

Of MAEEFPA I" 

,Whnl mpre could. tbe greatest glutton for 

efliiertrlnn spectifcle ask for'/ CerialhlJ we 
get nothing so elaborate In Englnnd bow. I 
was recently talking to two of the dlflefit per- 
formers In theclrnus busrness, and tha» bulb 
aMiired me that H would be ImposHfhle to 
■•pur on"' nuch 'programme! now-n-dayii, and 
tola seems quite feasible. When rentals and 
Mtlnrle* of perfnrniera are taken lata cyunid- 
e ration. 

The next announcement reads rather 
quaintly to me : 

"In tbe course 'Of the Evening, that Ex- 
traordinary Vocalist, Mhs anvil- Habdii 
will alng A Favoubiti Bai,lati1" 

The Inst three words are pronounced In 
large type, and are honored with a special 
line. 

Later l* the mention of something that is 
being made it speclolty -of- at tbe Lohdoti 
Hlfipodroirle nnd elsewhere Just now— 1 atory 
written 'round a series of acts. 

"To be succeeded by a Novel Arrangement 
of Scbxeh or the -Arena— thin Interesting 
Bbd Celebrated portion of the Entertainments 
hf-lug supported exclusively by Fehalb Ait 
tikteh! and termed La soihuf, Deh Dahrr." 

Amonfl/ the amimlpg managerial announce- 
ments at' the foot of the' -bit] Br*J "No re- 
mikneratlon to Place keepers required" and 
"No bonnets allowed In the Dress Circle." 
The printing k the work of 1. W. iVrj., 
Printer to the Establishment, U. New Cut, 
Lflblheth. '' ! - '■ 

My. next placard Is a long yellow one qui to 
different to tile others that are printed on 
paper almost as thin as tissue. 

In general style- It Is eqtinl I q some of tbe 
productions of to-day. 'ihe dale thereon Is 
Wednesday. December HHtU, 18n7, ohd the 
estihllsboient, has again changed binds. Mr. 
Wllllsni Cooke is announced an Proprietor 
and Mnboger. This gentleman hastens. In 
assure the public -ttmt 'The 1 Brent resources 
ot-hls Commhai. EhtaumkIikext will enable 
blm to hrlog forward an array of Talent— 
bulb Exoi.iHH and coxtixextal — mat, will 
npial the most Bltll.t.lAXT DtHi'j.Ai of I!oui- 
tatiov Ever given In m)s Elegant K-'ai. 
Ilsbment." 

I will obly deal with three of tbe Ifemt 
on ibe ctiensire programme. The first 11: 

"Tbe II lohly renowned American Eques- 
trian. EraxV I'ahtom. Airmiwi rwtrL by 
ills country vex TlIK UReateht Hiueu 
that Ever appeared In toe United States." 

the second Is : 

"Herb CRbibtofp, The 0"ite«t Tioht 

UoI-e Antistr. in the World. Tba feats of 
tbls accomplished Performer are indaicrib- 
Blile. egrefflhg ■. Id every feat hitherto at- 
tempted," and, In fact, ate of pa surprising a 
nature as to defy, all competition." 

-The third should astound you: • 

Ci.our Junr Will eihlblt the ex 

Mr „ 

ineroni frsita this aony wiir*tfciit»-,"he-»il 
oa Bl 



,. l ?V,.°JL ,n * ¥ f *& * Attnic'trana of tbla 

I.Jtshlishntfnt will he the "lutroflni-tlon. for 
the, first time In London, of a 'limuii.b: 4'ou- 
Imny, ', . ■ ,>-. - 

The Closing of tl* Huuimer Campaign- en- 
abling the lessee to amalgaie tbe whore n 
his 'U-o Provincial cirque^ with bls'Ix>odQn 
Theatre. The Ite-i-oiisfrueilon pf ihe Kirjrff 
lnt^t■'^n^ portion Is n grent f*Atiire, con- 
siderable addliloDRl comfnrt. will be afforded 
whilst the New and Costly fiecoriitldos ara 
ralrulnted toitroduce n startling: and power- 
ful effp^t. fhc whole of Hie Press. Circle 
boa been altered. The Royai, Box, with Its 
new approaches nud veimrafe entrsores. will 
present a novel display of MuqEiiN art. An 
enormous outlay Uns been expend**! to render 
Mils ibe most Commodious. and Magnificent 
Theatre In the Metropolis. 

Notwithstanding Hie sum eipended 'the 
Proprietor, noxious to accord with the'splrit 
of the times, begs to siibmll to tils- notions 
avnerolljrA New Tariff, which be feils eoa> 
[Ident will meet with approval. The follow- 
lug -Is ihe Seal* uf tbe Rhulckd Pbicis or 
Admimbiox! ' 1 . . % " 

*Jgg. t 3raA t'Pper Boxes ya. pit U 
flallerles dtl. I'rlrate Bobch from One (Juinea 
to Two Oulnens nnd upwards. 

The ispfctnrle on this occasion Is rnlltled 
1 Bk I ovbxan itnai, on The Battle <»f Hoth- 
WKi.i; Brio. The remainder of the bill cora- 
prlys numaroiiK drcus acts. A. feature la 

wX&ftyZjQlE*** liVII.AXU'fl llEHTllDBNO 
vTottAX, who will. 1111 llils occasloD, appear lit 
» Slasierlilew of Euiitiailoh, lepivNfpnqg 
S£S ' ^'■W igtl "rhls unrlTilfia 
Scene Is beypnd descrlp Ion, being an .Act 

Dufrow w, " all * d " lqt '« lhfe Ut ' 8 "g |r«t 

■ . 1 ; ■' ■ . ■ ! I r 

Mb; HuN.vfli.r.R./nw Oreat American. M«- 
ner. Is a No annnim^d 10 make "his ilrst afi- 
WSS&Z tiS"SJf i ***** A ^" H*wu 
jpi . 1 ■■ ntl " "** — ' uopartl- 

k I ^merely .uiake. reference tn/oll^thMw 
Ainerlrftt, |r>riuriuers keettkse, this artu-bviiiv 

>c rPNil-liyppfMiris- whose relatives were re- 

lotPil'iii.iiieHp perfortpem. . - : _, 

Ibe tenth. bill* I como to Is a loag, narrow 

onet- Isstted by Asttey s ■iin.pl.iiiieSre YuZ 

l^'s^'i'v l j; ,l ^^* t '. U i^ l i> T " f "lllift(H„C00k..>lt 

L« H fi ,( ^" v ,'l'' ,A ^'' nni1 u punted, in rsq 
and- btiifk.- with n.bahier.if Ml llnesi At 
he MMga |i ouqouiuestliHi-lt Is aft- I'HiBiia- 
Ijkjd rtuffi the flrm of ••lirtMtlilll and IKSE- 
jj.n..l-1'nieni stejirn Machine PrlnilOg Work", 
Kenulngtoni-imiwoltli lioniK near the Ele- 
phani imd'Casile;*-' • v. ,t .... 

-ifiT ffifcf'Cftafe *! r lh " WM aggouiirea 
"|»g Nights More!' by iperlRl devltv, of 
"rtlchard 111 " Adapted, nrrahged and cW- 
(■resscd Into three n.-tn fot tlie peonllnr re 
sources of this establishment. Tim title rols 
Sell 1 "* P°.«itdreil by Mr. James lloRoway. 
l bis geptleman wni a fnvnrlie actor tF Ibis 
estnollaunirnt; aud played this • Mrlldllar 
P»ri there Mr on» bnndreil and tenWgh i*~- 
tfotoeibJbnr of n record rim in thole diy». 
Ills son,' Jnrnes, brcrtme one of the ffin 
famous. or English downs, and In-duy "Ilollti- 
wny, (be ctowri/'is, known from Penzance to 

SK-^WT*. np h 9* " r »«•* n^eat 
gvariabien I have met In tbe circus business 

cpdver«lhg wltfi lie 1,«m b ready mMHur f tot 
avRbia. nnd not hi ug in too mneh ttoubfwfdr 
J*" L^^WMfc When one writes an article 
upon blm, it h olenr. straight forward tVofk, 
not the 'Mm bnslnessi of- having to aik-a 
ihoiisand quest lona to obtain a doiea ustfut 



■ —■■■—■>■• ■I'lvnii'iM.i iu in/mm b uoian useru 
fads. Ming of the older readert will rs 

■ H-.m„,-u nifH^rf """ 

....... .. . .... „olll>wa», l[l, ooil.„ 

SLJ.tBe yf l,| ! n *'.. is v ,,, > , pi«a»f»(r to My 



.. , -..,,j ... ,„. i„uvr rpuu-r, Wll 

rapinlwr Mm nn n alir tmiltrr wllh lb 
Haimnn -' — -'•*■ '- L '- 1 - 

lillliil 0- 



Ilf rnuin «lio»-. vli'ti~whlrii"moiVrii 
fJivk" Ho" 



i m m 

n-mtrwrn 

wi malt 



tbnl r linvp ttcniHil will, 11 tlmnmglily Id tb, 
vjrl„p,H l.oo'luti iimKnulnn. ! " *-..•'., 
•JWWt r.11 In ilia bill nn "Ktthiorilliiory 
Jl lllory aud K.|ii«trlpn illfaf lliti I, 
"»lif 10 Imv^ nllrnrtnJall I'orl. (or 100 

nn ItelH-illap. ana la auilltlun to naw aonc, 
arcajfa, nrawnlat mill BpiiiilntoianlH; ' f « 
whoip «liiil ol liornri olid plriilianlii" ara an 
iB.iinpail ; t.i anii-nr. • Aftar whl.-li -HcnM 
In llii- ilrila ara nnnramrod, enllraly r,a», 
jKIMliMil Mr. Win. Caoka. Me Wu 
SPSS tSl '.". hmmlwil to Introdiire Ma Mfh. 
ir Trnlnaj Mtr.K Wiiitk Htw-j) "(UgwS> 
Ut» I IMil "Hr. llunni'lla Tha (Irani 

Hnn Inlroiliira a-I.a-Iiiii 1: v on th« Haci or 
Dm i-i.yisii Urnm," Tha n »l Ham la "Mr/ 

niM.IAVI (VHIkn Willi Ilia WuMiBM-n, Main 



.>,;...? -■•-'-" w«u tiia miaaDRiwDi. iha, 
•riaiKS.-' wJioai; larfml Irnlulna In tbe Big 
Muail ml tua Mn'<m> inn man ibn. adult]. 
'I'"' nnt enly of tba llrlllab I'libllit, ■ but Jt 



tranrdlnary tltn'illty nf til. LiltMTi*v"I'()i*T 
"YtM'tti Boris (!«lt 



•talk aa/aral timli round lb* Anna 
Bltd l.»|. 



■lloaa liarfail training In tbe High 
br Jlanana Iiiii lisan tb.- adttlrV 
afilS^S " f ,l " - Hrlllab I'liMliy htlt Jt 
f",.'. /' 1 ""''" " no ItayawKnraaaU har. In- 
biillalila wrlurmnniH.." UhH la •'Ma.llialt- 
Rl.tlH-lIC?' Kn«lnnd'- Baat lloraawoto" 
In tin pnllKly Naw M an Tub Miiliauu 
Jiiot. Illiiatratltig Inrldanta In tha I IB of 
Hob liny. 

■Mr. Wm. (•onlia Jnr. again appaara, ,hl< 
lima In ito Introdiirtlon pi "Ills fccriiNrju,: 
IJlviiiF lloaa,: Id a Viwattr or NniiL 
TllliiKij. nnl.bluy by Wolfing on Ilia IIind 
{•mm and r1o«/N a Vi.i'in e# Rw/aa. 

IS A llniM.IANT HllOWKII Of Hill, Filic |, 

In n atnall naragrapb It naya.iJiai "Tha, 

Arann AtbllaainpoU will ba aiillTauMbl It* 
Kprenlrlalllca nnd (.'oral,- nrollarlrn o( Ihoaw 
Dona n( Mumii,, jiEHHiia. Turn aod Ut,t 

MIN'JH - I . ,-., .. ... " ^. 

rBaW.of :»<I W BI l nra oa follow,: 
"mntt'.fml: nma-Oaa nijlni; Stall*. 

♦ abllllnga: Uraaa Citrta. a alllltlbga u3Sf 

Ilolca, 2 alillllnga: I'll, I , Willi,/ fiplfary. 

anil'Clilldran unilar «ovan taora. fBuVRm 

10 lloim only. 1 Nn llootlno l>aa.- Uoliiw It 
la flotloiinrad that l-aNHODa In 'tin Art of nil 
Ing Olron Inilt, anil lima... brolm for PfrloT 
or RobiI liy Mr. William f.'noka, of whom 
Card* of Tatota May n» Iliad. ' ■ **■* 

n. n .'dX" 5! ! ! """"' , "" "■ l0 Snodajr, Jan. 
31. Mam Tbla' la a two color, in blur and 
tilaali prlmllially .inoaliorj. or an -otiar- 
allrflll. .Drnmntli'Dl MitrloMina EolTarauv 
(•omic.Kanti.miiii:, nilrd wltii Wit: Whim : 
a.hii HUtiiiti, llhniTiri! arrnniad and or- 

fa»laaB"wlth lanarinl rara and pir.Dltoa an- 
IM»il BAIIOS- Mi vriui »i:i an DM Con 
irai. (liKAM Con I'lil'riKii, or ll» On. an u( 
tha Fairy Slaada llciiDl." , ', 

^LJStV ""Ink, ( will i|»ota Ihe 1*1 ajir 
rutlha* liara. owing to the langlb thla artlil, 
lib. run,, km II 'Mng to mj unlnlon a oilnlbt 
I'tnmpta of nM'tinii. ndvanlainii. I uifll in- 
trodnca ,11 Into • Intar arllala daallDg with 
aoma Millar old alinara. . ,i .- 

0n» or two otbar lilII. or A.tlar, remain 
iihlKltrd bafiita dip. Inn I ntiial poltmrie 
r,far,tiif In llidn until I writ, tha afora- 
nutatloaad iub*«4>i,Di arilcla. 



542, 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER: 




it 




AIM 



»lld< 



I 



Words and 



by OE WITT C. WHEELER, 



Showing the moat R.nli.lli plctnre. taken during •ml after the Bra, fumiihi d tompfl.nl .latter, »t |r..O" par est. 8«nd for Pror.Mloaal coplM fre.. 
A Singer who cin'l "pub good" with till, eoag can't "make good" with any. "It'i the Good.." The belt .lager, are ffe.lu.ini It for the coming eeaeoa. 

Add rests J GORDON TBMPLK, 874 West 19th St,, 



N- Y. 



BLUE RIBBON GIRLS GO. 

All Ladies and Gentlemen that are engaged for the above 
company for the season of 1908 and 1907 will report for 
rehearsa l WE DNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1906, 10.30 A. M., at 
the GAYETY THEATRE, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, E. D. 
Please acknowledge this call. 

JAMBS 



Temple Bar 



HYDE, Manager 

ir Building, 4* Court St., Bra 



Brooklyn. 



FEATURE SISTER TEAM, 
MAN FOR LEADS AND HEAVIES, 
SONG AND DANCE COMEDIAN. 

OtHrT Firm citMH Li-fc.in-.tii People, write. Kim-two weeks' engagement fur the right people, 
Twenly-lwo weeks Block in 8L. Joseph, Mo. Address \ 

Oban, w. Utngic, jap Rent/row, write. WALTBR ARU1M, Lyceum Theatre, Si, JOHcpb, Mo. 



NOTICE. 
FREDERICK BU8KIRK, 

Inventor and Patentee of DDSKIRK'S BCRGLAR- 
FROOC DOOB AND WINDOW CATCH, baa opened 
onicca In New York City and would be pleased to 
have all old friends write or call, and as many 
new ones as wish in form the acquaintance of 
Baaklrk's fiarglarProof Door and window Catcli. 
Performers, you can Increase your Income from 
j L 23 to $50 per week by patting In a few hours of 
roar spare time. It Is the (treatcet teller since the 
ball on the rubber; you only have to adjuit one to 
the door and window to Bell from a halt to a do/en 
in a home, to hotels, travelling men, and any 
place where there- are doori and windows. Will 
retail at 20c. each. To those who order gross Iota or 
more, $14.40 per gross. Send 20c. for Bample. Ad- 
drew THE BC8RTRK AND BURCHETT NOVELTY 
COMPANY, offlces 1431-1433 Broadway, corner 40th 
St, New York City, N. Y. 

P. 8.— HAyc two large hydraulic machines going 
night and day and can till your orders without 
any delay. Am no longer having them cast, bnt 
stam ped opt of the boat steel. 

WANTED, FOB THE 




Tonopah, Nevadi 
W. 8. JOHNSON & OOMPADY • ■ - 



Owners 



M. M. niLKY, .Manager. 



Wanted at All Times, ATTRACTIONS. 

ACROBATIC FEATS, ItOVKLTV ACTS, SKBTCH TEAMS, Hl'A BTETTKS, 8 1 STB H 

TEAMS, SERIO-COMIC.-?, HOUBRKTTE8, Ml SIC A L ACTS. 

In favet, all good acts. HO ACT TOO BIG for this hons*>. If yon have ■ fentnre, write 
«i. Salary no object If yon deliver the goads. Want no net. done on paper. 

CUMMINS' 
WILD WEST 



GOOD MOTING PIC- 
TUBE OPEBATOB 

DOUBLING BRAS?. Oilier Musicians, write. 
Long season. R. EHERSON , Leta rt FalU yO. 

WASTED -FOB THE COTTBB STOCK CO. 

A KIItST CLASS 8ING1XC AND DANCING 
HEPEIITOIRK SOUI1HETTE. InKD(?c.dU> hi- 
Kagement of 40 weeks. State lowest Summer 
una Winter salaries: pa; own. Send photo. 
state are, height, weight, etc., first letter, or 
you will not be considered. Will have an 
opening for 18.&U Rep. Comedian Aug. 13. 
WALLACE K. CUTTER, 
JIMU Sluth St.. Parkersliurg. NV. Va. 



WANTED IMMEDIATELY, FOR 




Repertoire People in All Lines. 

MAN WITH PICTURE HAOHTJTB AM) FEATURE FILMS. 



Specialty people that can. act. 



_ in-acL State all Id first letter, age, height, weight, line of luWoe-B a*.* 
programmes and photos, which will positively be returned. Rehearsals begin July ie at kiSP 
Arkansas. Tickets advanced to responsible people. Mention lowest salary. Address ' ' ' 
THOMAS E. DKPEW, care of Depew-Burdette Stock Co., Ft, Smith Arksnm 



WASTED lor "BAPPY SI 8AWTEB" 

(3 companies;). People In All Lines (BAND 
LBADUHS), doubling brass; Soubrettes. Chur- 
aoter Women (with specialties), Man for title 
role, capable directing; Hustling Agents, But-. 
Managers. Iienearaa.rt July 25. State lowest, 
AH first letter. 8HBRBERT, RUSSELL A CO., 
n-r-* Centurv Theatrical Kxchange, 874 Mc- 
Mlltan Street, Walnut mils, Cincinnati, 0. 



UDIES' MILITARY Mi 

Of sixteen pieces and conductor, thoroughly 
drilled, new uniforms, new Instruments, desires 
Summer engagement; also booking Fall engage- 
ment*, Aodrens CORONA, care CLIPPER, 



TIiPiw that have written, wrlir. • Kiln or wire. July 4, Newburyport, Mam. 
A. 01ovc«Ht«r, Nan.; 0, •»»!*• m, Nui.| 7, Walthnm, Mau. 



WANTED, for the ELMER STOCK CO., 

iWAliTER WOODS, Director -, 

CLEVER DRAMATIC PEOPLE. 

Kill H VOlAli 7.AUIK1 who in SliiK. CARPENTER and PROPERTY M»K whs 
ran Play Small Part.. »:. K. Slot: LTON. Manager, 

Offlre 141 Washington Street, Baletn, Mn.« 



WANTED AT ONCE, 

Attractions, for Wheeling's Coney Island, 

OPBN TIME i .11 I. V l.l- 31). ll'G, HO, 8KPT. 4-10-ltl. FIRST CLASS BANDS, MUSICAL 

COMEDIES, or oonD RKPKRTOiKK SHOWS. Wire or write H. w. H0GKR8, Mgr„ Wheeling's 
Coney Island. Bijou Tlie.ireH Co., Castle Theatre, Wheeling, W, Va. 



MUSICIANS WANTED 

JPOK A*nULI> WEST 

PREFERENCE GIVEN TO ORGANIZED BAND. 

Address MANAGER \V1XD WEST, quick, BILLBOARD, Cincinnati, O. 



\*V ANTED, 



TEAMS, SINGLES Si NOVELTY ACTS 

for our throe Medicine Shows. Ten raonihv enaageoieut under i-anras. Kindly state age. all yon rtu, 
salary, and whether jou plaj an Instrument. Only ladles »nd gentlemen of experience and ability 
will like thin date. All live In hotel*. Tickets to tnosc we kmtw and those who can show us that tfcey 
an) right, KKFKRICNOE: ANY BANK INTBXAH. TABMCT HERD CO., Hot 031, Wito, Tex. 



THE STITE STOCK GO. OF WISCONSIN, 

Now organizing to opon In October, isn't*. Producer ami all people necetstry for a flretc'asa Reper- 
toire Co. Feature vaudeville Arts, Illustrated Souk Singer and M. P. Operator to work between 
acts; Al Piano Player. Mum be Sltlit Reader. No performer too good Tor thin company. State 
nalary wanted. You i*y board. 1 iraiiaportation. wim-oDJln managers send open time for weok 
Brand*. KxucllQiit mpt-r. Addrew C. M. BKUK, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Originator SUtt< Stock 
Cornpaniea. All rlghis n-aerved. -..- »•. 



Wantael, for J. D. Ohunn'ssv 

GREATER ONCLE TOM'S CARIN CO, 

People In all lines of Hie Tom buelneaa ibat can double In Brans. Men for Marks, Cote, St. Clair, Lagree 
and Haley. I.tdies for Ophelia, Eliza and Tops*. Man that can play Cornet and double Second 
Violin. Colored people that can Blng and dance, will sord tickets to any nne 1 know. Address 

- I J. D. CHUN IT, Ovn. Del,, 61. Louie, Mo. 



Wanted, Attractions, 

OORHAN OPERA HOUSL 

Newly refitted stage and scenery* Good Open 
Time. J. a. SMITH, Mgr.. Gorman, Tex. 



"SUCCESSFUL FOR YEARS? 

Summers Stock Co., 

•sEsa-ssLsPsM »»d Winter Beavioni, 
$ "Don Jose,** -'C'landi- Ilelnottv,** etc.) •( n 
ft. XOln. In lif ight. Other naeral peonlo i» r )i. 
WAIVT VAUDEVILLE PEOPLE who can change for a week and play pan,' 
Summer Stock Season open* Hamilton, Out., Julv ft3, Reliearae July ie, wlat>r 
Season opens early In September. If you don't want the Winter taatitmii, 
don't write. Address GEO. H. SCBOlEfft, 

Mansager Suraiuers' Mountain Park, Hamilton, Oat, 



LEADING MAV capable of play in 
GOOD HEAVY MAN. Both must be ; 



A First Class Carnival Co. 

At BTiDWIMSKIi (iAUDKN, Belleville. Ill-, 
for the week of July 30 to Aug. 4. None too 
good for this city. Addreag 

JOHN F. METH. Belleville. III. 



DR. F, M. STINER. 

WASTED. VERSATILE MEDICINE PERFORMERS 

Immodiately. Salary all you are worth. Tickets 
if not too far. Romey Delaman, wire quick. 
OBEQOX INDIAN UEUUMNE CO.. Alvy, West Va. 



Wanted Quick, 

Song tud Dance Sonbretie. Juvenile Man and 
Woman, General Buslnest Man and Woman, Al 
Character IV'oraan and People In nil lines Tor 
Repertoire. Balance of Summer and regular sea 
son. Preference to those doing Specialties. Ad 
dress WHIT BRANDOS, Mgr. Ethel Tucker Stock 
Co., Grund Tbeatre, Salt Lake, Utah. 



HOME COMING CAM1VJL 

At An Savble and Oaeodn. Alichlgan, 
Jul>" HO to Aug. 4. Inclusive, 

Free and Paid Street Attractions Solicited, 

Address Will McOHUvray, Sec, Oocoda, Mich. 



Side ahowmon. 

The greatest Tent or Platform attraction on earth 
ls'the 3-cyud Madajraski Uatapooka, with lecture 
and 8.\io Painting, $41. Fine Indian Mammy, $16; 
New Working World, $76: Band Organ, 10 tnnee, 
nne condition, $1*2; Candy or Cane Board Tent, 
tfxl2. $6. New list free. .WM. NELSON, s Van 
Nor lie n St., No. Cambridge, Haas. 



AT LIBERTY. 



Floyd Whitson. 

* PIANO, J 

For balance of Summer. Can Join on wire. 

Addrewt-jQH Went aeihSt.. New Yort City. 



WANTED, 
YOUNG LADY MUSICIAN. 

One that can slog and play some Instrument. 
Long season. Good ualary, aa sore as any Mok. 
Hta e ago, height, weight and send photo, which 
I will return. Can use a good amateur. Address 
BEN. R. HR08K, Livingston, Mont. 



MUSIC 

Composed lor all kinds of Sodr Poem*. 

?■ n. EMEitr. 913 Crosby St , Clie»l«r, Fa. 



WASTED. FOR 



STABRETT'S SHOWS. 

COOK, DRIVERS. Ml'Ml'IANS AND CANVAS 
MEK. ' Route In UUfFKR. 



WASTED, 

HOWARD 8TILLMAN, 

Write. Also PIANO PLAYER, donble brass. 

J. ORIESE. Bemldll, Allnn. 



Ferris Comedians, 

A Leading Man and Woman, Heavy If an and Woman. Sister Team for Specialties and Paris, Singing 
and Dancing Comedian, 0'iaracter.Wonian who can do Specialties, a first class Stage Director, a Car- 



penter and 
Song Slides, a 



1,0 can do Specialties, a Man with Moving Picture Machine and Films mi 

.no Player and a strong Feature Specialty, either a good Magician a-fc 

cando the Box Actor BandcuET Act or something sensational. Can also use an Animal Act with a 



jerty Man . 

iret class Piano Player and 



Hon, or will rent a good lion with keeper to use in Friday night bill. All specialties mast change lor 
a week. Send plioto, height, weight and program-'. Same will be returned. Show open, at Wausta 
Wis., July 20. Rehearsals Joly 15. No lime tor correspondence. State all yon can and will do in Drat 
letter. Don't misrepresent, as yoa will be closed at first rehearsal. Also say if yon will need ticket. 
^^^^^ BARRY BUBB, Mgr. Ferris comedians, Cairo, Illinois, care of Opera House. 



SURVIVAL 

OF THE FITTEST, 



FITZ A WEBSTER'S 

UP TO DATE. 



■USUAL! ARTIST AT UBEBTT 

To join drat class partner or recognized Musical 
Act. The beat ooly need answer. Address 
Fint Class Musical Artist, car© of N. Y. CLIPPER. 



Age Cannot Wither nor Custom Stale Its Pleasing Variety. 

WANTED, PERFORMERS IN all links. Vaudeville Artists who can speak lines, Acrobats. t'en- 
torrJonlBts, Novel A'.ts, Musical Artista, SoubretteB, Chorus Girls, -l Live Agents. Prop. Men. Stale til, 
age, height, weight, salary (par own), description of act. Address K. WEBSTERFITZ, Mgr., 
for a weeks a%- Orioell Island, St. Lawrence River. 49- After, Gen. Del., Chicago, 111. 



L1VTED, 
CLARIONET, CORXET, VIOLIN, PIANO, 
SAXAPHONE, and TROMBONE. 

Those who double Stage preferred. If join now will pay halt or railroad fare. Or In Sept. for "KIKH 
OF TBE CATTLE RISG" near Omaha Can also use Good Reliable Second Agent at once. :th Season, 
Winter and Summer. 2 Car Show, sleep slnRle, salaries sure. No Boozers. W. a. EILKR'8 (Western) 
RIP VAN wiNKLK, Shoshone, Idaho. July 6; Twin Falls, »; Pocatello, 18. Per.. Whliiemare, Iowa. 



JEAVON'S BIG STOCK CO., 

UNDER CASVA8. POS1TIVBI.T T«K LARGEST ASD BEST REPERTOIRE CO' 

IJI AMERICA TODAY, OEM. BUS. PEOPLE with spocul lies. GOOD stronu speclallles. Pro- 
pie la all Hoes wrlu, also Musicians. Tnoso who wrote before write again. SALARY SORE. Attn- 
agere of Opera Houses In Pa. and oaio having open time write quick. 
Address JEAVOK'S BIO STOCK CO., Velon., Ps. 



WANTED, FOR 

HANS HANSON CO., 

Lesullng or Juvenile Lndy with Little Girl tiyra. old. alno Tramp, Two Characlsr 
Old. Men and Eeeentrlc Comedy Parts. Must positively double brass. Also Baritone, 
double viola, and Musicians, B. «b O., Baud Leader. 
JAS. T. McALPIN, Clarendon Hotel, cor. Clark and Ontario. Chicago, ill 



WANTED, for the AL. G. FIELD GREATER MINSTRELS 

Song and Dance People, COMEDIANS FOB Bid MUSICAL ACT, 
Boiler Skaters ior Burlesque, Two flood Solo Tenor Vocalists, 

AND OTHER OOOD MINSTREL PEOPLE :: :: :: sobrlely and CapalillitJ EMCLlUl. 

FOR SALE-Sernnry sad Wardrobe, In Good Condition. 

POO QUIOLEY, . 50 Broad BtToet. Colnmbn* g . 



WANTED. FOR THE CHASE-LISTER CD. (SOUTH), 

l'lrst Clasa I'eople In All Branches of Repertoire. Alao want Male l'lanlat, who can PW 
few aaa jMa , and a Man Willi swell Morlna Picture and Song Machine imust douWe 
stage 1. State whst Mlms i.nd Slides jou have. In answering, please slate weight, helgol. 
Hgo. aalnry (paj your own), mention Specialties, If any. Send photos. If possible Pan" 
who mlsrepreaent will .positively lw dismissed after Hist rebnirsal. Season opens July JM. 
U 'K e ,? r . 3 u * l!i r,''. D ^„? rek ""Her at Macon. Mo. Address 
LHAS. HARRISON, Mgr., Riyervlew Cottage, Meruoiec Highlands. St. Louis County. Me. 



Kilroy * Britton Attractions 

Call or addrea. Room Wo. to, Orand Opera Hon.*. Chicago, IIL 



NOTICE TO OPERA 

HOUSE JIASAOERs. 



B. C. WHITNEY, 
ga.KKt%SJ; "A THORN IN HER HEART." 

IStaafS; Lo ». , ^5;' 'J dl "° I 61 ^""^ »»o South, send open lime qnlck to B. C. W.ltteys onK*. 
IS™ AenirSi n^Sin™' w"*' »«• ^""oH"! Leadlne Woman. Second Duslnesi Man to hajj e 
lSnffnte.rt.nn! "J? TSS^S" ,uven "= WoniBn.ilpIit and Black Face Comedian. Last lour 
Sn?r YJ.5! c a?„n'„s M fn I . wl S' M - ,V;» P !° ta ' e K '^'^ l must handle Props. Piano PLfor. flood 
n.«u>S* ann^.» tt 0t0! „ ?".*." Sf-U 6 .""' Rohcarsan, llclrolt, Mich., Aug. ffl. SUcncc s pollle 
?h?« whii,.J d & B ,* 1 ." ,?•," ,V i 1 .' T- OI ' IC K. Traveling Mgr., Korlh Baltimore. Ohio, till Aug.l, 
then wbJlnej'B offlcej, Uetrolt, Hloh. Duly copyrighted InDSlted Stales and Canada. 



July?. 



THE ISTEW YORK OiLKPPER. 



543 



SLIDES 

"THE G 



row 



• • i 



OLD U. S. A." 

JUST A LITTLE ROCKING CHAIR «■ YOU 

ARE HK1DV. TWO OP THE B1GUK8T SON tt HITS OP THE DAY, WITH PICTURE!! THAT ARK SIMPLY PERFECTION- 

"THE GOOD OLD U. S. A." are by SCOTT and VAN ALTERA. "JUST A LITTLE R0CK1H0 CHAIR AND YOU" by STEREOPTICON A FILM EXCHANQE, 

Write » for 811d« Letter. giving all In format ton regarding these »nd other Plttare Songs, and how to ohtala litem, 



W 



No Brancli Offlcts Annwhere, 



THE F. B. HA VI LAND PUB. CO., 125 West 37th St., N. Y. City, Corner Broadway. 



A FEW OF THE LEADING FEATURE8 WITH THE 

4 PAW & SELLS BROS.' UNITED SHOW 



5 DUNEDIN TROUPE 5 

World's Famous Artistic 'CYcUlti. 



PEARL FOREPAUGH, 
FRED WELCOME 



OSCAR LOWANDE, 

World's Champion Somenanlt Rider. 
MOR. LOWANDE FAMILY tally ho act. 



MATSUMOTA'S 

FAMOUS IAF1II81 TB05PD. 



The Little Fellow On the High Ladder. 

Joseph La Flour, 

Novelty, Whirlwind, Acrobatic Sensation. 



THE 3 OE BOLIEN8, 

French Acrobats and Comedy Act. 

AT LIBERT? DEC. 1. 

.-V. ..-.■ , TIME OF ACT, II MINUTES. 



WM. TESSIER, 

t HEAD BALAXCIIH3, 
TRAPEZE A5ID WIRE. 



BAKER, DE VOE and HAMMER, 

W r - A TRIO OF 

ACROBATIC LUCH LOOSENERS. 



BILL HARDDIG, 

THE IHBOLIIS BDI. 



THE 3 GORELLIS, 

COMEDT FIAT0IE8. 

ALEXANDER WOLKOWSKY'S 

Simian EjjgM and Diuuti. 

THE CLIFTON SISTERS 

Singers and Character Dancers. 



THE CORNELLA FAMILY 

America's FamouB Acrobats. 



NETTIE CARROLL, 

QUEEN OF THE WIRE. 



THE FLYING LA VANS 

THE WORLD'S MOST MARVELOUS 
AERIAL GYMNASTS. 



ALL UNDER THE DIRECTION OF 

WM.E. (BUD) GORMAN 

EQ.DE8TRIAH DIRECTOR. 



FRED ZOBEDIE, 

The I n com r* ruble Hand Balancer, with His 
SLIDE FOR LIFE. 



Jobn-UNCMERand HAVWARV-lud 

Comedy Creator. IllRh Scliool Knuestrlcane. 

INVACDKVILI.E NEXT WIKTER. 

ABk. LODI8 PIKCBS, with MORRIS. 



*»■ THE JEUNETS«^ 



FRED ECENER, 

TBE IIPI1I01 OF CLOWIS. 



BARTO and RALDON 

Tie Greatest ,1 All Boveltv Equilibrists. 



DOLLAR TROUPE, 

EUROPE'S BBIATE8T ACROBATS. 



GEORGE and PAULINE KIM! 

Eccentric Zmi) Sketch ant Dnm Solos, 



LEW NICHOLS, 



A EEli CLOWI. 




J. C. DEAGM, 

!1S7 2IK K. CLARK ST, 
CHICAGO, 11.1,. 

MUSICAL SELLS 



MUSICAL SPECIALTIES 



Used- by-All' Leading Artist*. Send forNewItlua- 
.rated Catalogue. . THE ONLY THOROUGHLY 
EqClPPEl) BELL FACTORY IN THE WORLD 
We only manufacture our own invention*, 
which we hold letters patent. Our goods can be 
seen at Carl Fischer, New York ; Oliver DHaon 
Boat in; Volkweln Bros., Pittsburg; lgnaz Flficlier, 
Toledo; Kaiser Music Co., Cleveland; annuel! 
Bros., Detroit, loo BARGAINS will be found In 
J. C. Deagsn'H Second Hand List. It Is FREE for 
the asking, contains ioo serviceable Instruments 
of all kinds at less than cost price. 



■ ' 7 . WANTED, FOR 

THE UGBTS OF GOTHAM CO.. 

Northern, Full Acting Co., Comedian and Soubrettc 
wirti specialties. Lady Pianist, Agent who can use 
brush. Long season. Open July 21. Rehesrsals 
July is. State* all particulars. Enclose photos 
(will be, returned). Mate age, height, and weight, 
and veryloweat Balary, pay your own. AddreBa 
CCL^ANE, CHACK, A WESTON, 
. ; .*-.,; : l39B r ia:o Broadway, N.Y. City. 



WANTED, 

REPlCO.AND VAUDEVILLE ACTS, 

: : OPEN AIR ACTS. . 



FRANK H. CARTER. 
M|r. Ukl' Park Trinidad, Col. 



FOR SALE, 

PENNY ARCADE, 

; ,? COMPLETE, 

In Baltimore. Best location, doing good business. 
Owner leaving city. PENNY ARCADE, 714 and 
IMF. Baltimore t>t , BalUniore, Mil. 



AGENT AT LIBERTY 

For reaoiar ssaioa. One piece only. 
a, I. W. LKinll, j.ii sold in.. Brooklyn, N. V. 



AT LLBEETY, Tor Summer Seaion, 

TOCH0 MAN VIOLINIST. Solo end concert 
work a ■pecUllr. Orchestra leaders and hotel 
-managers address 

DAI To.* SI. UENRT, WMerburj. Conn, 




WILL A. PETGRS, Charlotte, R. C. 



At Litoerty, 

E. A. TURNER 

AGENT. 

Long experience, sober, reliable. Can book If 
necessary. Not afraid of work. Can loin on re- 
ceipt of wire. Addreis E. A. TURNER, 
i«8 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 



AT LIB! 

PAULHILLIS 

Juveniles, Genteel Old Men, tten Buv. Three sea- 
sons with sane company. One Piece or Good 
Repertoire Co. HOTEL FLANDKRS, 
Atlantic City. New Jersey. 



WANTED, 

Full Acting Company 

For Hummer Block, Including Pianist, People that 
Do Specialties, Vaudeville People that Play Parts 
Rock bottom salaries. Bend photos. 8 weeks' 
season. Rehearsal July U, 
L0TJI6 CARLETOK, Bllott Theatre, Plqus, Ohio. 



WANTED tACK.'Ii, FOR 

CULHAKE, CHACE ft WESTON'S 
11HBTREI8. 

Base Singer, SlnglQg and Dancing Team. Musi- 
r.isns and other Ifteful Minstrel People. Addr.^s 
WW. H. CHACE, Florida, N. Y. 
Rehearsal* begin July 5, open July II. 



Giilhane, Cbaee & Weston's 

BOOKJlfGr EXCHANGE, 
I3o8-13:o BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 

Shown booked right from practical experience. 

Dave the exclusive booking of ovur 200 theatres 

In the best one nlshtstandsln Hie U.K. and Can. 

PLAYS TO LET ON ROYALTY. 



WANTED. 

Combination or long car, that could be converted 
In uue. Must be eri nipped for pass, service. 

Address BOX I*, Snow mil. Md. 



ADAMS 

A name that stands for reliabitity in 
booking, prompt service, courteous 
treatment and the big squawfdcal all 
around. That is why nw the 
largest independent agendjr,' for at- 
traction booking in the United 
States. We represent hundreds of 
the best independent houses, and 
book continuous time to your ad- 
vantage, not for the benefit .of the 
railroads. As good time is i jajpidly 
filling up, don't delay }'our arrange- 
ments. Sec us first and see iis now. 
ED. F: ADAMS & CO., 
127 West 40th Street, Hew York. 
(First class people in all branches 
furnished on short notice). 



ABERDEEN, MISS. 

I WANT A FEW MORE Al ATYflACTIONS. 

Season opens. Sept. 1.: Butnest averaged iftft 
each Light last season. Write for open time. 

. W. H. YODNO, Mgr. Temple Theatre. 

WANTED, Morlng Picture Machine, alio Films. 



ARTHUR YULE, 

TENOR SOLOIST AND MIMIC, ' 

Would like to hear from managers for.ncxt sea- 
son; aha Reliable Partner for singing and 
comedy Act. diood business man, and nns I can 
depend upon. ,,->-■ 

ARTHUR YL'LR, Steel Pier, Atlantic City. 



WASTED TO BUY, '.> . 

AN EDISON 
EXHIBITION MODEL KINETOSCOPE 

Most he in drat clans condition, and cheap for 
cash. Address s. PLAT1 JONES. 
III Midland Ave., Syracuse, M. Y. 



AT LIBERTY, 

COMEDY BICYCLIST. UNICYCLIST and 

BUCK and WINli DANCER. 

SOUTH: Cimarron. Ken., 4: Doge City ft, 
Kinsley 0. learned 7, 4>reat Rend T>. I'crmn- 
nent addrenH .1^0 N. MAItKCT HT.. HoopcH- 
ton. 111. UMSKSS PATB WIIITTINGTON. 



t 

Sister Team, Piano Player, Musical Act, Song 
Dance Team, Mas with Picture Machine who 
does other specialty: want Team that donbiss 
Piano. This Is a Host Snow. All eat and sleep nn 
boat. Lighted by electricity. Salary must tm 
low, A. W. MtKINNEY, Pt. Marlou, Pa. Fayette 
Co., care of Boat Show. 



AT UBtRTY, AGENT, 

HARRY 6. ALLEN. 

Fifteen years' experience. Address 
No. I j« BASTS.*). .ST., Cltv. 



WANTED, FOR SEASON 'o« AND '07 trim 

PBESCELLE, Hypnotist, 

COLORED TEAM, man and woman preletreii, 
FIRST GLASS ACT. Soljcr and rcllauln oimpie 
answer; others keep nulul. Atlracllou booked In 
Cahn A Grant Circuit. Address 

„ .. r. W1LLARD MAKOON, 

■ Mgr. Prexcelle. Trinity Uollsgc. fiarlon^Vt. 



Wanted, Young Man Pianist 

Or CornetUst or Singer [or 10 double apy Instru- 
ment). No objection to willing amateur who is 
amiihtous. WITH (JOOI) HABITS. Send photo, 
which will be returned. Stateio.weaiaatarv/iiiir 
Is sure. BOB ami BVA MtUINLRY CO., 

OLASliOW, SCOXTANA. 



FULTON HEIGHTS PARK, SallSHiT, N; C, 

Southern Development Co., Proprietors. Col. Qco. 
II. Banillton, Qeneral Manager; £. I* March; 
LeHsee Ca»tno. Parlor Dancing Pavilion, and Kins: 
Auditorium. M» acres finest park tq.tbo -South, 
built at a cost of $25,uoo. ConceHsloniorall kluds. 
Population 'i.'i.oou to draw from. 
WANTED. Vaudeville Acts. hramalU; Stock Col*. 



WANTED TO RENT, 
OPERA HOU! 

In city not leag tb.n ^i.ooo population, bj capalle.' 
Manager who can coaclt and Pnt On ProductJoDs, 
Acting, Singing, llani-lns In, (ructions. Atldre^K, 
mil parllctilars, WBRA PIOOB, •■ 
MW Btosilway, New Torn (111. 



AT LIBERTY. 

VIOLINIST 

Doable u.. s. or Bass Dram. locate or travel. 
AL. J. THOMPSON", Rock Island, III. 



EXPERIENCED VIOLINIST 

Wiahen to Locate. Opera Home or Hotel work pre- 
ferred. VIOLINIST, care of CLIPPER. 



M. 8TRA68K1AN 

ATTOUNCV, 853 Btoadwa;, New Yutk City. 



B. F. KEITH'S 

TNEATREI AND VAUDEVILLE BOOKIM CIRCUIT. 



Keith's Theatre Boston. Mans. 

Keith's IHJou Theatre Boston, Mans. 

Keith's Theatre Providence. It. I. 

Keiths Theatre rawtucket. II. I. 

Keith's New Theatre I'tillndelpbia, l'«. 

Keith's Prospect Theatre Cleveland, n. 

Kelih'i Theatre Columbus, O. 

Keith's New Theatre Portland, Mp. 

Kettb's New Theatre Manchester. N II. 

Keith's New Theatre Lowell Klaus. 

Keith's Royal Princess Theatre. London, Kng. 
Keith k I'nwtor v Union Sq. Theatrc.N. Y. CUJI 
Keith & Proctor's li.'td St Theatre. .N. Y. City 
Keith k Proctor's 6tn Ave. Theatre. .N. v. city 
Keith & Proctor's r.Sth St. Theatre.. N. Y. City 
Keith & Proctor a IlNHh St. Theatre. N. Y. City 
Keith & Proctor's Theatre. .Jersey City, N, J. 

V, V. Proctor's Theatre .Newark, N. J. 

K. K. Proctor's Theatre Troy, N. Y. 

V. V. Proctor's Theatre Albnny, N. Y. 

Harry Davl«' Grand Opera Honur ritisburg.i'a 

Chsse'n Theatre Wnshington, I». C, 

Grand Opera House Syracuse, N. Y. 



IHJou Theatre Altnont, Pa. 

Kern-ill's Maryland) Tbeatrs. .Baltimore, Mi. 

Shea's Theatre. Buffito, N. a. 

Shea's Theatre Toronto, Can. 

Cook Opera House Rochester. N. Y. 

Temple Thcntrq , Detroit, Mich. 

8. '/., Poll's Tltfe.tr«.. Worcester, Mai*. 

f*. 7,. Poll's Thentre Hprlngrlflrl, Mssa 

B, /. Poll's Theatre Hartford, Conn. 

H. Z. Poll's. Theatre New Haven, Conn. 

H. Z. Poll's Theatre.. Hrldgeport. Conn, 

S. 7. Poll'i Theatre Walcrbiiry, Conn, 

a V., Poll's Theatre Wllkea-Harre, Pa. 

M 7 Poll's Theatre Hcranton, Pa. 

Bsvoy Tbeatrs Fall Klrer, Man, 

Colonial Thentre. ..Lawrence, Maes, 

Umpire Thentre Paierson, N. J, 

Kmplre Thp.it re Hoboken,.N. J, 

Valentine Theatn Toledo, o, 

Trent 'Iliejitro. Trrnton, N. J, 

The (lrand Wheeling, W. Vs. 

Henderson's Music Hall Coney Island 



Also Fookinjr for -30 Parka and Beaahnre Reaarts. 

Perfsrmera will beaeflt tkesaaelrea by K**BSnsr Ibla offles Informed ol 

tbclr route nnd open lime, 

I. F. KEITH'S BOOKINB OFFICES, St. James Building, 

S>. K. HODODON, Booklni IV!»r,a(*r, 

Room, nitotm St. Jam.. Bonding. DEW YORK CITY. 



I HENRYS MINSTRELS 

Will open their Fall tonr Aug. 1. hum. A few positions open Jor sober, rredliabln peup'o who 'am 
appreciates long, rtafe etiaagemi-nt. Mlnger*. Qnamssnaajs, Song and Pastes ArtlstK, HlsMaBJ audi 
HusineB* Asslntants. c*n use one more Htagr. 4 nrpenier. r<n«' Hiintliiig Car Portrr, one Hard Work- 
lug Programme Agent, one Advance Agent, Typical (Mil Darkey. Did •Vnnch, and Strong Low Comedy 
CharacterHialsoHirong I«w Comedy licHdllnT A<-t,wltli goisl doubles. MiiHt ho rcsiTy t-i Join Ang. 
1. Would Ilk i! to hear from hniinn- wl'li trnod open time Addn-w 

KIR. Ml II AM IIENHY, Prop. HI ll«airy*a MlnMr-l., Klltharf, I nil. 



LYCEUM 

THEATRE, Boslon. 

WESTMIKTER 

THEATRE, Providence. 

, IIKVIITKIl TO 

HIGH CUSS BURLESQUE 



WANTED, 

TO IIKAII KllllM HECJOUKIXBD 




People in Ail Lines 



ll'IIIH POR I10AII COMPANY,. 

M. BATOHILL.KR, 
I.VI IX'JI TIIEATHE, Roal.B. 



RELATIVE TO FUTURE THEATRICAL AFFAIRS 

. . . or , . . 

M 



oon8uut 

ivixoiv .sb iciivraiiSRAr aiv. 



WANTED QUICK, 

LEADING MAN and WOMAN. 

1,1708 engagement, balance Mummw and next mmnn. Must fllrer.r. INQKNUK or «(li;HllKTrK 
with Ktrong HpeclaMy, MUSICIANS to doubli- Stags or II. and O. TIiohp '""H"? for goo • pp->r a. 
nient and treatment and not a halloas, write nte. J.tlKIKHK. careofHwIw I utertalners, Hciuldji.Mhyn. 



W.D. POLLARD 



AT 1.11 



Eooentrlo Comedy Juggler. 
3ERTY AFTER J»Jl_Y 



!• 



A.lrtn-.. 41 Mill I II r.HIK AVI., ( nlumhni, OMi, 



AL. F. WHEELER'S A SHOWS 

MEMta'S MEoTEST WHON SHOW. 

"W % VT ■/■___ Terror ini-r* with two or iiiore ground aela, one more strong i:r>rnet, Mmical 
ww i»-iai * •UUV <a " B iBmia. don tiling hand; ah 'Round Mlde Hhow Man, Pannli, Msglc, Ktc, whr. 
can make openlngH. Join on wire, l/iw, sunr *&uui<- |/>ng sesrsun. KlngDoldT Me., inly A: 
PtjtHips. He., a; Htrong, Ml- , 7; Parimngton, Me., 9; Wilton, Me., in; Liverwort? Kalis, Me., II. 



Rutherford's Big Company 

WAaiiTI.il, AI Dramatic and Bpeclaltr People In All Lines. Musicians for Band and Orcheatra. Tiinte 
doubling stage given preference. Slpgiog and Dancing sonbrette, Hitler Team, Musical Act, Con- 
tirtlotilst, Acrobats, Al sketch Team, Properly Man that sassMsS stage or band. LosgseSHon. Farea 
ndvan< cri to people 1 know. Send programme and photo. State lowest oral letter. Dope nanus, 
drnnksrds, disorganizes, good nlgnl. Catherine Varncy, Jimmy Hums, Hi irk Urol hers, Fletcher 
Htnlih, plt'HM' wrlTe. IlKKT KDTIIKKI-'OIII), HrnnKWiclt Hotel, Winnipeg, Canada. 

iv ASTKI • , for No. 2 CiriiipHnj . Lrho' Hand and Oreiiesira, 2 Hill paafasv. 



FOR SALE. I 

AMUSEMENT PAVILION. 



Afjris lt> 

--*, Ya. 



DtBNI.-t SMITH.. tllliNQro.au. 



MlTII,.t:l;lii'oreiaii 

OEMMIS i umril. 



FOR SALE, ONE EYED CALF MEAD, FINELY 

M0imKli. <lreat litillvi™,, »» It la til, rtal iHnj. 
UlviiuuaouHitc..' - If. o'lirtlKtv. 
KM West i.a btrttsi, New Vork. 



m 



THE '(NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



July 



THE NEW YORK 0LIPPEE 

.' ■ ■ ' * • • , 

THE FRANK QUEEN PUBLISHING CO. (Limited. 

PHOPR1KTORH. 

ALBERT J.BOBIE, 

EDITORIAL AND BuflENKHH MANAOBI. 

8ATD RPA.1t, JULY 7, 1606. 

RATE8l 

ia»«rtl«ement»— $2,811 pit Into, single col- 
turn. 

advertisement* set with border, It) per 
cent, eltla. I 

SUBSCRIPTION. , 

One year, Id advance, $4 ; six months, $2 ; 
three month*, ti- Foreign postage extra. 
Single copies will be Bent, postpaid, on re- 
ceipt or Jo'cents. 

Oar Terni nre Call. 

THE CLlI'l'KK is Issued every Wednesday 
morning.. The tart four (advertising) pages 
<:0 TO I'HKSH on Saturday' at 11 A. »., and 
the other pages on 310NDAV aud TUESDAY. 
The Form* Cloaltitj Promptly, Tue.- 
d«> , at ltl o'eloclc A. M. 

FleaBe remit by express, money order, check, 
p, 0. order or registered letter. All cash en- 
closed with letter la At the risk of sender. 
Addre.. All i.'onimunl.-ptlim. to 
THE >KsV VIIHK CLIPPER. 

47 West 2«th Btreet, New York. 
KruMereil Cable AMrem, "Authoiiity." 

THE WESTERN BUREAU 

of TIir Cupprit Is located nt Boom 504, 
Aabland Hloek, Chicago, William. F. Hr.Yi.ii, 
manager aad correspondent, where advertise- 
ments and subscriptions arc received at our 
tegular rotes. 

THE LONDON BUREAU 

Located at 48 Crnnbourue St., London, W. C. 

John 'II. Carney, manager and correspondent, 
where advertisements and subscriptions arc 
received at our regular rnteii. 

THB CUFPHR CAN BK OllTAINBP. W.KOLE- 

AM.fl AMD hrtaii.. at our ageuts, .Brenlooo's 
news depot, .17 Avenue de 1'Qpera, Paris. 
France ; M. LUIeathal, Frederick Strusse 
101 (Terminus Hotel), Rerlln. X. W„ Ger- 
many : Diamond News On., lit Prndo, Ha- 
vana ; Manila Boole and Stationery Co., ViH 
FscoltB, Manila. P. I. : Albert & Hon, I8T- 
lSf>, King Ht, Sydney, Australia. 

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only one edition, and Hint !■ tinted 
from New York. 

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AtHiKICHa'KH OR WHEREABOUTS NOT OIVUN. 
Ail IN qtlKNT OK HUTU HHOULU WRITE 'ID 
THOSE WIIOU 1HKV SEEK, IN CAM) OF THK 

OLIPP-KB Post Office.. All letters will 

BE AOVfiRTIHEU "SB WEEK tINLY. If THB 
'BOtTTB lir ANY THKATRU'AL COMPANY IS 
KOU.HT, KEFKIl TO OUR LINT OF KOUTRH 
UN AMUTHBH FACIE. WE CANNOT REND ROUTKH 
HV MAIL OH TSLKCIHAI'H. 



On tbc Road. 

All Route* Mont lleaeh Ua Not Later 
'JTtaitn Monday. 



DRAMATIC. 

V. T,. Plttstrtn,— -We Have no knowledge 
■of tin; present whereabouts of t lit) party. Ad- 
dress party iu niv of this office aud w« will 
adveitlfle the loiter la Thk Clipper letter 

llBt. 

H. M. It.. Alllngtown, 
M. L-, New York, 

A.ril.O.. Parkerabnrg, 

S. H. M.. Oklahoma city, 

A. '(!., Now York, aud 
! C, s. 10 , Chicago.— See answer to V. T. 
above. 

iff. F, C. Jnnew Hie.— Address T. H. Win- 
uett, 140U Bruudwuy, New York City. 

11. F, It., Colioes. — We do uot quote ?nlu- 
•rlea. Make Inquiries of men In. the Hues to 
which you refer. - , 

h. H., Wllinhiiiiou.— Keith, Proctor, Kohl 
& Castle. Meyorfeld, Heck, Poll and others. 

Jinn. J. 8. It., Madison. — Consult a dra- 
matic agent, 

YV. J. 3., Detroit.— Address U. Wlimnrk 
& Sana, 144 West Thirty seventh Street, New 

York City. 

p.-'-fl. H., Merlde.n.— YVe cannot undertake 
to Instruct you Iu tbc duties of the positions. 

w.'O. P., HiHiuii. — \\V have no knowledge 
of nnv Hitch iHibllcutbm. 

T. li. it.. BoBtuti. — She In In'lier elgbteeutb 
year, stellar debut made Inst petition. 

W. H.. Staiilettia.— Addn-HH Fniuk Howe, 
Loudon Thentre, N.mv York CKy, 

Him iL p.. HaMw Pii»— lHrtt a FUcger- 
aid. 18 Ann Street, New York City, can Miip- 
jilv vour iv ants. 

J. t?. V... Camden. — The patent olflce nt 
WQRhtugton, It. C, can give you Hie informa- 
tion. 

It. ami 1.., New York. — AildresB party In 
care of W. A. Brady, New York Theatre 
Bulldlug, Now Y«tk City. 

I). H.— No, It Is still In our ofDre. 

A. B. C, Wichita.— Both. Julius Calm, 
Kiuphe Tlientru llulldlng. New York City. 
Price, fl. 

AQUATIC. 

(I. YV M., P.tiiKlikeepHlc. — llnnlnn beat 
Courlner May m, Irj8(i, nt YYashlugtou, D. 
C. Five uilles, lu mini. 4\v#,n. 

CARDS. , 

0. Bkoh.. Fullfu.— Four trays nud a nine 
count twenty-four point h. 
\Y. J. 8., Ciileimo.— II wins. 
1IANICBAI.I.. 

L J. it., York. — It 1ms been announced 
othvinlly Hull Hie best giiine, when two are 
plavtil on Hi" «nnie nilerniMii. 1h the ono 
re>tiiliii'lv Kctiediiled fur that day. 

It. li. C. Orln.icll.— Parlv No. » U right. 
The tmll Hlilkes tin* ground Hrst, mid Is then 
picked up, t 

ten Speiieer'M Lreuum. 

t.ea Hpciirer's Lyceum oirer» special nd- 
viniiiiKCH lo nil who iniike use of aobg num- 
lit'iu. music of nay doKeriptloti. or couiedv 
iiiitteiliil nt llio Mn-.li' Publishers' Rg- 
cIihiikc. TliroiiBh the courtesy of miiiiy 
iiiuhI,' publlHliers everywhere, prt>feKsluunlH 
nre now eiiuhh'd to selecl their songs and 
liiHirutm-ntii! iiiiuiLhu's in nue pbice, thereby 
rixvlnu: iiiucli va limbic time inul effoil. Allen 
Miiy bos charge of tin- exebange. A huremi 
of eomedy is nlso offered, embracing more 
Tium twenty thousnml laugb points, litttnor- 
oiifl drifts, comedy episodes, putter pnlntH, 
etc., some new, s.nne old. some urluliuil. nud 
oil giiod : '■liisRiiiht! tnpUttliy, mid routined 
lu Riicb n way as to render them etisllv ac- 
cessible to nil who nre Interested la keeping 
their acts np-to-ilnte with cleun. bright com- 
edy. AnotlitT feit tii re iliti t will appeal to 
the profi-Rsloiiiils Is the inuslrnl burenn for 
voice, plnuo nud Imiiil orcbestrn nrrniiuliiu, 
lu personal charge tif t.'Urls. I'rnetorUis, 
aialsled by aueli well known nrruugeiK as 
K. s Ptu'lim.«Willlaui Francis Williams nud 
Beu Bobei-tn. 



UfkAMATIC. , 

Ayloirnrlh Stock— Senlllf, WiihLi., 2, IndeAalle. 
"As Told In tin- HUN" i Win. t\ Mann, ngr.) — 

ClikMiio. 111., 2-21. 
Uliinclie Bate* l Dnvlil Belasco, uixr.)— N. Y. City 

2,MtMlefln)te, |,-W 

lffirrle' Stock (Riwln Hsrrle. uiRr.)— Springdebt, 

Mo., 3-7. Pittsburg. Km.,. 8-21- 
lirown-Briker MHwk— Milwaukee, YVIs,, 2, InJeD- 

ii lie. 
Byron Stock— Hnoknnc, Wosli.. 2:Auk. 18. _•• 
Bnrke Stock (J. I-'. Burke, ranr.)— Fall RWer, 

Mass., -2, inilHlnite, 
"Brown of Harvnpl" (Henry Milter, cogr.) — Chl- 

cn«i), II).. 2. tiifltfintte. t 

Cliaif l.lilcr Tlientre (Glenn 'F, Chnse, mgr,) — 

Pltlxliuric, Kan.. 2:8. Cbfliiate 8-21. , 
Oonnor-i Ktock (\V. O. Connors, itinr.)— Winter 

llnrlxir, lie, 2-4, Mlllhrklge fl-T, Bar Harbor 

on. Jone*!Hirt 12-14. - - 

Century Stock (Hnrrlwm ft Sutherland, tDgrs.) — 

Cboiint?, Kan.. 2-7, tola 8-21. 
C/illfoinlu utoclc (Smith ft Frederick", axgtn.) — 

HnrrBoenti., Pal., 2-8ept. an. 
tliie.ikM stwk (CitnH. It. HiwuKnm, mgr.) — Smilt 

Kte. .Miirle. Midi.. 2, Indfftnlle. 
CahIiio Stink lYV. C. Maloiie, mgr.) — I'aducab, 

Kyi,' 2, tfflilefinlti'. 
Crumfonl'". UtHiietllnns (Cninford ft Rowleigb, 

own. I — Aurora, Mo.. '2-7. 
Campbell Circuit Stock— Kit tnnnlog. Pa.. 2-7, 

Hlnirsfllle t*14. 
"Clnnsmnn" (den. H. Brenuan, nigr.) — Chlcngo, 

III., 2, Imletinlle. 
Dlxcy, Henry R. (YV. N. Lawrence. mgT.)— R. Y. 

City 2. ImleOnlte. 
Kllefonl Kn-rk— Oakland. Cul.. 2, Indefinite. 
Frawley, Daniel, Dramatic— Seattle, Wash., 2- 

Auk. 4. 
Klemlntf, Mntnle (YV. H. Orate j, nigr.)— Laurai- 

ter, I'd.. 214. 
Fawcett Stock (George Fnwcett, mgr.) — St. Paul, 

.Minn., 2. loitennltt?. 
Furnuin Stork (Wiu. Fnrnnm, toftr.)— Cletelind, 

<).. 2. JnMufte, 
Fuller Stwk— Montreal. Can,. 2, Inteflnlte. 
Flwlier Thentre Klook (R. Q. Welch, mgr.) — Den- 
ver, Coin., 228. 
Fulton Bros. Stock— Lincoln, Neb., 2. Indefinite. 
•Slreciie, Fioatl) — Axhland, Wis., 2-7. 
Hoyt's Comedy (H. <). Allen, mur.) — Keokuk. 

lu., 8-22. 
llunter-Brnilfonl I'lnyers — Hnrlford, Conn., 2-14. 
Ilniitpr-nrndioril Stock— Sjirlngflcltl, Muss., 2, In- 

definite. 
Hlllmnii. Slay (F.rncst Sehnnbel, mcr.) — Buckrne 

Riiich. Vs.. 2. Indefiitltr. 
Ilnrtford Stneh (David Hurt ford, mgr.)— Cleve. 

Inml. O.. 2, indefinite. 
Ihiwnrd-l>«irwt (fleo. B. Howard, mgr.) — Stout 

City. In., 2. Indefinite. 
Herald Kipiurc Hturk (Hitler A Fnnsuawe, BUB ) 

— Kiickett llarlsir, N. Y., 2-7. Aihinvi 8-14. 
Hern Stock (R. C. Hens, awr.)— Cleveland, O., 

2. iiidetlnlte. 
Holflen llr.w. Slock— Detroit, Mich., 2. Indefinite. 
"Himnl flirt" (Kpttt: & Natlnnisor Anmse. Oo„ 

nigrs.) — Ihnilloii, .Me., 4, YY'ooil?tock, N. B., 

Cun., fl. Frwtcrtctnn It, Clnuhnni 7. 
later-Detail Coriiietly (Lnpnlm ft YVetwler, mgrs.) 

— YVnlerhnry, VI., .1-11, Klchiuuud 12-14. 
Imfon's, Burl — r.mig fine, Nehr., 2-4. 
Knntt, llooelle (Sweety, sbliminn ft Co., .mgta.) 

—St. John, N. B., Cun.. 2 4. 
Kemiwlv Players (Ben Lcwl«, mgr.) — Steul/cn- 

vllli>. O,, 2-7. 
I.onenjnii-Hnow Stock— Mem nli Ir, Tfon., 2, InileQ- 

nlte, 
Lillian Lvonn Stock- Coriinnu. Midi., 2, Indefinite. 
Living tone 8toi*k (F, II, LIvliiFstoue, mgr.) — 

Pitirhi. III.. 2-Ailg. 2fl. 
Idnriley's. Harry. Summer Thentre — Little Cur- 
rent, (int., <'■».. 2-7. Oore Bay »-14. 
"Lion and t tie M>mw>," Ktistt-rn I Henry B. Harris, 

uiier. » — N . Y. City 2. Imlelliille. 
"LI. in and Hie Mouse." YVesteru (Henry B. Hnr< 

rln. :nmr.l— Cbleait»», III., 2, Indefliiite. 
My rkle- Harder Block. Knsterii lYV. H. Harder, 

• mm ; i — Port Huron, Mich., 2-1 1... 
Myrkle-llHi-der Stock, Soiilbern (Lalltuore ft 

l.elitii. mgr*. I — Clin in nit Inn. HI-. 2-22. 
JMiuiiillliin's Players (Don Muemlllan, mgr.) — 
. tola, Kim., 2-7. Snlfillii, Mo.. 8-21. 
Mutltte Slock (Ward B. Mnttlee, mgT.)— St. 

Thorna*, Out., 2, Indetlnlte. 
Mi'Calbim Klmrk (YV. B. McCulhim, mgr.)— Port* 

land. Me., 2. ludefitilte. 
Moon< Stork (J. II, Moore, mgr.)— Rochester, N. 

Y., 2. IndeQnlte. 
Mutter Stock ( I'lill Maher, mgr.)— Oneouto, N.Y., 

2-7, Dellil.tl-M. 
Mcl'hee. A. D.— Kdmmiton, Aim., Cnn., 2-5. 
" 'aum & Sight*' - ■ ■ 

I^hrvllle ff-ll. 
".My YVlfe's Family" <W. McGowan, imgr.)— 

Lake Linden, AHeli., I, Hnueock ft, Caluaiet 4, 

KKi'Diiuba 8. * 
New Knglund Flayers (Brnylani ft Lapolnt, mgrs.) 

—Norfolk, N, V.. 2-4. llrlgliton n-T, Cliiimp- 

lnln ti- 11. Minevlllf 12-14. 
New Y'ork Sfundard Stwk (8tnndr.n1 Amuse. Co,, 

mgrs. )— 0*wrfto. X. Y., 2>7. Oortlaud 9-14. 
Ornlieuiii Stuck (Edward Doyle, mgr.) — Mount 

verubn. . O., 2-7. . . 

Uflinnu Stock (John Osman, mgr.) — Hamilton', O., 

1-7. 
Pake. Mabet (Henry F. Wlllard, mgr.) — Jack- 
sonville, Fin., 2. Indefialte, 
Ptiytou sisters (0. -S. Psyloa, mgr.) — Sulpbnr, 

ln-1. Ter.. 2-21. 
E'kelan Htoclt <H. V. Plielan, mgr.)— Portland, 

Me.. 2, Indefinite. i 

PeriH'lil-lly)itcue 10, D. I'ei'ucld, nitfr.) — Augu'tn, 

(la.. 2. ImleOnlte. 
Perneiit-dypteuc (C. D. Peruckl. mgr.)— Kuot- 

villi-. Tenu., 2, Indefinite. 
PiilppN. CIiiih. It. (Win. Morris, mur.) — Burling- 
ton, la.. 2, Indelbiltf. 
I'inver C'liiie.lv illevert li, Power, mgr.)— Preeuue 

isle. Me.. 4. Fatten M, MHlenoeket O-ll, IAn- 

coli. 12-14. 
"Peek and HIsMolUer-tn-Lnw" (Ceo. A. Florida. 

iiiki'.) — Sttmliitrion. Me.. 2, Cnunleu :i. Uhllown 

4, BiKkriivnrt i>. Lineoin 0, Dniifortt) 7, Ht. 
John. N. II... Cnn., Il-ll, Yiirumulti, N. S., 12, 
.Ytldillelown 111. Trim. 14. 

Renlfrow's Jolly Piitbtlnders (J. N. Reutfrow, 

mgr.) — Austin, Tex., 2-7. 
Riillkle, Cerlune, Stock <M. Rimkle, mgr.) — Dur* 

limn, N. (!., I. hidellnlle. 
"Rip Van M'lnkle," YV. A. KllerV (Joe Becker, 

niHr.l — SliiiMlinne, Ida., f>. Twin Fnlla 7, Pocn- 

tellu 12, Idtilio I'lills 1JI, Rextmrg 14. 
Bbea. Tlio«. T. — Muncle, Iml.. 2-7. 
atewnrt. Nctllo (Quo, Mwngrove, mgr.) — ChlOflga, 

HI., 2, lmlelliiite, 
Southern, Cliiuim-ey f„ (Rotund A. Osborne, mgr.) 

— AHlierlllr. N. C. 2. hidellnlle. 
StnndliiK, (tuy. ComiHly (Uiekett ft Stnndlnp, 

ingrn.) — Washington, D. €.. 2, Indefinite. 
Siiistner Drniiiiitlc (F. K. Spooiier, nigr.) — Mlnernt 

YVells. Tex., 2-:il. 
Pintlf. J. tin Stock (Lawrence Peterson, mgr.) — 

'Baton Roiwi', Lu., H-Sepl. 1. * 

Sterling Stork (YVtn. Triplet t, mgr.)— Aberdeen, 

5. Dak., 2-T, 

"Scout's Revenue" (Rice ft Oonley, mgrs.) — 

YVemherftffd. Tex., 4. .".. Norlli Fort Wortlt II, 

llriilt^'ixirt 7, {.rntiiini >l, .luekstnti.t 111, Bowie 

11, YViiurlkn. Okln.. 12. Lnwtou 12, Hobnrt 14, 
"Snniiy 8011th" (J, n. itoekwell. utgr.)— Nautusket 

Beiieli. Slans,, 2-Sept. -1. 
Tucker. Htliel. Stock i.Mnck Bros., rnurs.) — Snlt 

Irfike Oily. I'.. 2. Imlellnlte. 
Tntlte, Otlln (YV, YV, Lnpolnt. mgr.) — YVarren, 

Ms-.. 2-4, SufUcld, C111111., 1,-7, Knst lUthbim 

It- 14. 
"I'nele Tom's Catiln," riiuuit'n— Peltlgrevr, Ark- 

4. Van Biirnn a, Howe, Iml. Ter., II, Tunka- 

honin 7. Stanley ft. Dmiiont in. Anlinore II. 
Y'ale. Ixmlse, Slock (Travera Vide, mgr.) — llocur* 

ter. N. Y., 2. Indefinite. 
Viilhiimnit stiKri (Lyman A. Pray, nigr.) — Wll- 

tluiiis|uirt, Ph., 2. InilHlnlle. 
YVIHIauis mid Walker (M. It. Iluymoud, mgr.)— 

lUilcmai. 111., 2. Iiidetlnlte. 
YVsMiiok Thentre (Dubliixkl Urns., mgi-a.) — Hoc). 

Inlnnil 111.. 2. hitlellidte. 
YVnrncr Cameily (Ben It. Warner, mar.) — McGre- 
gor, Iu., 2, Indefinite. 
YVoodward Slink (Wtnxhvnrd A Burgess, nigm,)— 

Kiiusiis Cliy. Mo.. 2. Imlellnlte. 
"Winn Women l/ive" (Spits A N'nMianson, mgrs.) 

—St. John. N. R., Cnn.. M, Culsls. Me., fl, 

Lubcc 10. Machine II, Fiisl|sirt 12, Jonesport 

13, Itnr Harbor 14. 
"Weary YVIIlle YValker" (Spltt A NntbauMin, 

nigiii.l — Hlni<e Buy, N. S., Cnn,, 4, ft, Svdney 

i'., -,. S'orlli Syduev 11. 

MUSICAL. 
Aborn Opera (Milton A Sargent Aborn, mgrs.)— 

Hi, tni , N. J.. 2, tndefltitte. 
Allttiml.ru 0|iers (Mlliuii ft Snigctit At«rn, mgrs.) 

N. Y. Cliy 2. In.le6iilte 
"Alenyde" (J. K. Hackett, mgr. t— Cblcagu, HI , 

2, indedulle. V *" 



Butler, Helen May, and ber Band (J. L Spabn, 

w,r.)— Wichita. Kan.. 1-14. ' „ , 

''nrggiir rrlnte" Oitera (F. A. YVade, mgr.)— tort 

Worth. Tei.. 2, liideiliitte. , . 

L'nrle, ItUtiswl IIAb*. Murks, gen. mgr.)— Boa- 
ton, .YlHwt., 2, Inili'llilUe. „ 
Cotmii, i;«i. M. IBBB H. lUrrh, nigr.)— N. 1. 

Cltv 2. indetlolte. 
Casino Uomle Opera 10 raves 4 Adde, mgrs.)— 

NnNlivTllp. Tenn., 2-11. 
Chemlterlnlii n ml his Bnnd— BlBghamton, N. Y., 

2, 1 . I *-- 1 . 1 - . - . 
Convnv's Itlmca Band — Chicago, 111., 1-14. 
Dinn and his Bnnd ( l-'retlerick Phlnuey. mir.) — 

Anlniry Park. N. J., 2 0. Albrtny, N. Y., 7, 

itocbapt* 8. Krle, Pn., ». 
FsliinBii's liwHtou Concert Band (Win. B. Kern, 

mar. I — Atlantic City. X- J., 2. Indefinite, 
Fischer's Military Baud (Clins. M. Fischer, mgr.) 

—New Orleans, La.. 2, Indefinite. 
Herald Sana re Opera (Frank T. Klntilng, mgr.) — 

Fltt-bacK. Pa., 2. Indefinite. 
"His Honr^r the Mayor" (TVro. Raymond Sill, 

mgr. 1 — V. Y. City 2. Iiideflalle. 
Imperial Ci»era fOnrrlsoti ft Turner, mgn.) — As- 

liury Park, S. 3.. 2. Indefinite. 
Ir.nls ami Ids Orchestral Daud — Cincinnati, O., 

2-7. ■ 
Kilties Band (T. P. 3. Power, mgr.)— YTheellok:, 

W. Vn., 1-7, Zanesvllle, 0., 8-10. Mount Ver- 
non 11-14. 
Llhcrntl's -Bnnd — Denver, Colo., 2-7. 
.YJsy, Fjlm (Charles I'rolnnnn, mgr.) — London, 

Riir.. 2. indeflntte. 
Metrouolltnn Rmid (Henry RestorfT, director). — 

Plttsbnn. 'Pn-. 2-7. 

J" q from Now'* (1 
iston, MnsK, 2, Indefinite. 
I'ulliird Llllli.utluii Opera (Josc|.U A. Midler, 

mgr. )— Medicine not, Abrb., Can.. 2, 3, SIoo«e 

Jaw 4. G. Reginn 0. 7. Winnipeg. Man.. MB. 
Boclnu Opera (YVin. Cranston, luer.)— Winnipeg, 

.M;i... Cnn.. 1-4. 
lloynl Yrtlllerr Band (Jos*(.h De Ylto, mgr,)— 

IJjlilinore. Md , 2-Sept. 10. 
Stewart Opera (,lohn Cert, mgr.) — Rochester, N. 

Y„ 2, Imlvrinlte. 
Sau FranclKco Opera (lUissell ft Drew, dists.) — 

Scuttle, Wiisli.. 2. Imlellnlte. 
Slater and his Brooklyn Murine Band— Brighton 

Bench, Coney Island. N. Y., 2, Indeflntte, 
"Social Whirr' (Shnberi Bros., mgrs.)— N. Y. 

City 2, Indefinite. 
"S fin-lent King" (Henry YV. Savage, mgr.)— Chi- 

ciuro. III.. 2, Iiidetlnlte. 
Temnletmi. Fay (Klaw ft F-rlnnger, mgrs.) — Chi- 
cago, ID.. '1 2N. 
'Tourists" (Slialtert Bros., mgrs.)— Boston, 

Mass., 2, Inileflidte. 
YVel^r's, .lohn C. Military Band— Chicago, HI., 



BlfRLISSailE. AND VAt: I1KV ILLK. 

Adams. i;«i. \i„ Vnudevllle (A. ',. Saville, ingr.) 

—Newark, 0.. 1-7, Springfield 8-14. 
>II*KTltl-:i,S. 
Bryant's (O. W. Knglehretli, mgr.)— Clilcngo, 

ill., t-14. 
Donnelly's, Tommy (Jack Stokes, mgr.) — Port- 
land. Me.. 2-7. 
Lilly's Dixie Sen-nnders (Win. .lush Daly, ingr.) 

— Rochester. N. Y.. 2-7. (llovenvllle 11-14. 
fluy'*. Arlliur R— Westlleld, Mas*., 2-7, Pitts- 

Held fill. 
Darkness a Fox's (Hoy K. Fos. mgr.) — Oram, Mo., 

2-4, Portngevllte 3-7, Blythevlite. Ark., 9-11. 

Hnytl 12-14. 
Primrose's, Oeorge 11. — Manhnttnn Beach, N. Y., 

2-i:i. ■ ■ 

TRNT SHOWS. 
Alton •*' Anderson's — Flvtuonlh, Midi,, A. Pnr- 

RonTlIle ft. Bail Axe (!. Bay City 7, I'llnt II, 

Baslnnw 10. Cnrimua 11, St. Jobns 12, Ion In 

Iff, •rireenvllle 14, 
Bnrmini ft-Hulley's — Manchester, N. 11.. 4, Con- 
cord r>, I.tiwrence, Muss., (1, Lowell 7. Lynn !i, 

Snlem 14). lluverhlll 11. Portsniontb. ti, II.. 12, 

rtacliepter 13, Portlmul. M»»., 14. 
BnfTalo Bill's Wl hi YVest. ml. Win. F. Cody (Fred 
. 11, Hiitcliliiyon, mgr.) — Saoged, Hungary, 4, 

NUKy-liiklii.hi ■',, Nngy-Bi>eskerek U, 1'aiicsovs 

7. Y'enecB 8. 
Blircli ft Relss* — Walla Walla, YVnsb., 4, Dayton, 

.".. Wnltsburg (1, Poineroy 7, Colfax 0, Moscow. 

Ida., id, .Pullman,' Wusb.. ll. QarBeld 12. 

Wnrdner, Ida., Ft. Wollaee 14. 
Cole lli-os.' — Saginaw, Mich., 0. 
Forepimnh ft Sells Bn>s.* — YVIn>nn, Minn,, 4, 

Barn two. Wis., 5. Freeport. III., 11. Washington, 

la., 7, KrtiiRns City, Mo„ », 
Oollinnr Hros/— ttugliy, >'. Dak.. 4, Devils Lake 

r>. Lakotii (I, Luiigilmi 7. Miivvllle (l, Hnuklnsoii 

IU. Alexandria, Minn., 11, Sank Center 12. 
IIarjtreuves'--YYure. Mtiss.. 2. CM11U.it II, YVoharn 

4, OotWOrll ft, lpswieli tl, nioncester 7. 
Kennedy's Wild YVest (YV. H. Kennedy, mgr,) — 

HiiMltm. MasH,, 2-Auu. 4. 
Mellonrn'R — Soutli -Sliore. S. -Dnk., 4, Summit fi, 

Wllmot (1. Browns Valley, Minn.. 7. 
Maekny's. Andrew — Vlckers, O., 2, Trenton .1, 

Pari Wellington 4, Sugar Creel; 5. 
Pawnee Bill's Wild YVent — Itrlgblna Bench, Coney 

Island. \'. Y., 2, Indefinite. 
ltln«llng Bros.'— U Crosse, YVls., 4, Rei) Wln«, 

Minn.. .", Mlinienikills o. St. I'mil 7, Dnlntli n, 

Wiijierlor. YVls.. 10. WihIpiiu, Minn., 11, Graf- 
ton. N. Dnk.. 12, Wlnnl|H>g. Man., Can., IS, 14 
RoliMiis', Frank A.— St. Alhnus, Y't., 4. 
Silver's, Brri— Hopkins Station, Mloli., 4, Dorr ft, 

Way land (t, Mlddlevllle 7. 
YVullace'H. R. ¥..— East St. Louis, HI.. 2, Water- 
loo X, Simrtn 4, Murphynlioro fi. Metropolis H, 

Marlon T. 
Wlueler's. Al. F.— Klngfleld. Me., ft, Phillips (I, 

Strong 7, Faruilnglon t), Wilton 10. Llvermore 

Falls 11, - 

MISCGLLANKOUS. 
Boslock'n Anluinl Arena (Frank C. Bostock, mgr.) 

— Coney Island, N. Y.. 2. Indefinite, 
Bryant 'h Cnniedv— -DcKiorti, Pn., 2-7. 
Cnilkshauk — Mllo, Me,, ft, wiuterport 0, Senrs- 

IKtrt 7. 
Cosmopolitan Shows and Wild West (H. Snytler, 

iriii, ingr.) — Mason City, la,. 2-7. 
Cantdlau Jubilee Singers (YY'. T. Car?, mgr.) — 

Franklin, Minn., 2, tmlellnlle. 
Heler-Kilstm Moving Pictures. Elc, No. 1— Cln- 

idiiuaU. 0., ft, Rochester. ItuL. 0. Rvnnsvllle 7, 

Newport, Ky., K. St. Louis, Mo.. 0. 
Jolly Athlfiiilnits IS. H. Dudley, mgr.)— Waililug- 

tun, IV C. 2-7, Alexandria, Vs., 8-12, Mini- 

Chester IS, 14, 
Mnndy's Shows (A. P. Whitney, gen. mgr.)— 

KeiioMhn, YVls., 2-7, Preeport, III., 11-14. 
Parker. C. W„ Amuseiuetit Co. (Crniner ft Tyler, 

mgrs.) — RnVHiwult. Mo., 2-7. 
Powers. Mr. and Mrs. (F. 3. Powers, mgr.) — 

Atlanta, On.. 2-7. xenstni mils. 
Ilayniond (.Tuck Hniklns, mgr.) — Merrill, YVls., 

Sevcngola (YValter C. Mnck, mgr.) — Detroit, 

.MMi„ 214. 1 



DISTRICT OP CULLMUIA, 



WaalkliiKton.— At the Columbia (Luck- 
ett ft Ktnudlng, managers) this week, the 
Standing Stock Co., lu "Jane." Ln.it week 
the some conipnuy preHeuted "Fink Dom- 
linn's" most uccoptnbly, to excellent btial* 
ness, 

iatki.'i: (Eugene Kern 11 n, mnnnger). — This 
linuan eloReil Its rciihou hist week. 

Lt'KA PAltK (I.eu It. Sloss, mniisigert. — ' 
This week, Revella'fi Hand mul KHa Zullln. 
litist Yveek the Navnssnrs. n female bnnd of 
ilfly tiiei-en. occupied tbc shell, and ilm SI* 
Semola, Arab ncrolmts. the hippodrome fdngc. 
Tliese. added to the myriad of other ntlrnc- 
tlmis, drew Iminense crowds dtillv nud nightly. 

Cubvv Ciiakk I'ahk (Herbert Clnuile, mnn- 
nger).— The U, S. Marino Hand (Section) 
furiilaliPH itlghlly coucerlu here nil Summer, 
nod draws large crowds nightly. 
a ■ t 

MONTANA. 



Untie.— At the Broadway Thentra (J. K. 
Ht'slet. nmniiKer) on June 2H, 24, David 
Praetor, In "A Mensnge from Mora, played 
to extTllent buslui'nn. Coming, Royal lla- 
wnlliin Hand and Henrietta t'ronuiun. 

IIiiaxid (M'biia lloran l Dm* p. Mutton, man- 
ager). — Week of 24 Lulu Sutton and com. 
)i:mv. In "A flh'iuiii.iui Belle," hud Hie iihiuiI 

8 noil retiirus. The Mullnly SIsteiK nndi Little 
dga drew well as specialties. 

♦*-«. 

SOITII CAROLINA. 



cortiiuiiln. — At llyntt Park Casino 
(Harry Duvall, mnnngen the ltljou Mlu- 
Mrels, Mr. aud Mrs. Itlnek. Agues Mulir. the 
Mllebel Sisters aud Hurry DuyiiI. Uuilueai 

promises well. 



OCR CHICAGO" LETTER. 

FIlOU ovn own coititHsro MOUNT. 

Wenteru Hurenn 

of the New York Clipper, 

KOOm C04. Asblaild Hloek. Chicago. 

In-Bplte of the Uot weather neorly tjl tfc> 
atres nre havlug enpaelty hougvs VV1 J. 
liliick's urodnctlon, "Told In .the Hills, 
proves to be one of the most popular produc- 
tions that ever ployed ot Powers' Theatre. 
"The Alenyde" also proves entirely popular, 
while "Brown of Harvard," at the Cnrrlek, 
has settled down for a long run. ''The Clans- 
man." nt JlrVleker'a: "Sweet Nell," with 
Nellie Stewart, at the Chicago Opera House ; 
"Forty-live Mlnutea from Broadway," at the 
Colonial, and "The Lloa and the Mouse," at 
the Illinois, continue to be popular Summer 
attractions, 

Illinois Thbatre (Will J. Davis, mana- 
ger).— Henry B. Hnrrla' production, "The 
I.Ioa and the Mouse," continues to play ca- 
pacity houses. Manager Davis could not se- 
lect a more popular summer attraction than 
tills Is- proving to be. 

Powehh' Theatre (Harry J. Powers, mnc- 
Bger)— One of the most Important theatri- 
cal event* occurred Sunday,- June 24, when 
Moral. Kills Itynn's dramatization of lier 
fnnious, muaterful story, "As Told in, the 
Hills." bnd Its first production on- any stage. 
Kdwln Arden Is the star of this production, 
nud Is peen na Jack Ccnesee. Miss Roebuck 
portrays Rick*). Nothing has been spared 
Id selecting a reliable cast. 

Colonial Tiiratiie Kieorge W. Lederer, 
manager). — "Forty-live Minutes from Broad- 
way" continues 10 attract large audiences. 
July 2/S this play wilt give way to Blsle 
Jarils, In "The VsndtrbHt Cup." which play 
will llico he given Its first appearance In 
Chicago. _ , - • 

OiUNU Ophiu IlorsK (Harry Askln, mnn- 
nger). — James K. Hackett's production, "The 
Aleayde," produced it this house Sunday, 17, 
is playing lo big houses at every perform* 
ance. Ivy Clyde has won her way into the 
hearts of all Chicago playgoers oy her sweet 
voire and good looks. 

Htijokhakkr (It. E. Hnrmeyer. manager). 
—The run of "The Student Kutjr" termluate : i 
Saturday, June 110. after on eollrely success- 
ful aenson. The bouse will be closed for two 
weeks, .. 

CAkmrK Titeatrk (Hevhert ft Dure, tnnn- 
n^cij. — Henry Woodruff, In "Brown of Har- 
vard." continues a banner nttincllon, and Is 
drawing large audiences In api'o of the hot 
went her. Mr. Woodruff hos become a dis- 
tinctly popular star, while every member of 
the company -has HUM In for Ronerttl praise 
The merry college piny seems to have settled 
down to a long run of itniivallvd sui-cces*. 

McVifKKit's Ttikathk ((Jeorge C. AVnrren. 
managei-)- — "The Clansman" Is attracting 
capacity houses on 'account of the sensation 
It lias undoubtedly scored. It has caused end- 
less discussion nud much hented argument, 
and Is advertised tremendously. It will pro- 
bably stay all Summer. 

CifioAi.o Oprba Hoi-rr (Lyman B. Clover, 
ranmiger for Kohl & Castle). — Nellie Stewart 
continues In prove a potent ntfrucllon In 
"Sweet Nell of Old Drury." Her season will 
continue until July W. and it Is hoped and 
expected that she will present some, of the 
other successful plays of her repertory be- 
fore closing. 

(tRKAT NoiiTHRJtN* Tiiratiie (Fred C. Elierts, 
niutiageiL — Williams unit Walker continue In 
"Abyssinia," and nre doing great business. 
The dusky comedians bnve succeeded lu catch- 
ing the town. They will close July 7, nud 
will be followed, 8, by "Bedford's Hone." 

Majkhtic Tiikathk (William Kirk, mnnn- 
ser for Kohl ft Castle).— Billed for ihe week 
of 2 : Valerie Ilergere and company. W. Itock, 
Grace Me Arty and the Lotus Girls. Low 
Hawkins. Mnriin anil Mllllnn, -Fuller Hose 
nml company. DIxou Bros.. Stanley and 
Leonard, Bedford aad Winchester, Col ton 
inul 'Harrow, Murray Rlslers, Fisher and 
.TOlinson, Dorothy Hue, Klppy, and the kino- 
drome. 

OLYMPIC Theatre (Abe Jacobs, mnnnger 
for Kohl A Castle). — For the week of 2: 
Jtmie McCree ami emu puny. Chnrley Kos- 
eow, Bossow Midgets, Clements Brothers, 
Lucv and Ltirlor, William Tomklns, Swor 
Brothers, MeFarland and Murray, Ignore nml 
St. Clair, lie Hollls and Y'alorn, William 
Massey, Anderson and Heynolds, and F,d. 
Moon. 

Hi.toii Tiibatiek (Willlnm' Boche. mnnn- 
ger). — "Wedded. But No YY'lfe." Is the attrac- 
tion for week of July 1. Last week, "Queen 
of the Highway" ployed to good houses. For 
week of 0, "For Tier Children's Sake." 

FOLLY Theatre (John A. Fennessy, man- 
ager). — The Folly Ktock Co. hos attracted 
well. The Chicago Belles will be tbe attrac- 
tion, for wck of 1. Last week, the Liberty 
Cllrls did well. 

: Trocaobbtj Thkathb (I, M. Welngnrreu, 
manager). — Rattling Nelson and thoTtoeB- 
dero Stock Co. play to good audiences nt 
every performance. The burlesipie for the 
week of 1. will he "SnrlKoua." Last week, 
Millie De Leon did well. 

from City iraul [>. Hnwae. manager).— 
On nccount of the hot weather, this popular 
resort has been thronged with people. The 
open air hippodrome proves to tie the most 
noticed attraction of this resort. Tbe figure 
eight, the velvet roller coaster and "Tbe Chi- 
cago Fire" also nttrnct much attention, Kyrl 
and his hand will remain one more week. 

niY'tiuViKW Park (YVm. M. Johnson, man- 
ager). — The great firework specinele, "The 
Burning r>f 'Frisco j or, the Destruction of 
Chinatown," was displayed 2.'t, and will re- 
mnln two more weeks. The Iggorote Vil- 
lage Is still well patronized. Tim deep aen 
divers. Ihe ilgnre eight nnd others also draw 
crowds. 

Saxm Souci Park (Leonard Wolf, mann- 
vr), — The Bnndn Bossa la still a feature at 
this resort. On the Fourth 11 reworks will 
lie diaplayed nil day. Managers Kohl & 
Cnsllo also produce a splendid vnudevllle 
bill. 

L'nnTRA.— Menstro Fowl nnd his Itnllnn 
hand has been much Improved by the nrrivnl 
of the two liajopcaii soloists. Flter, the mer- 
maid, will also he the nil ruction fur one mor- 
week. During the evening of the Fourth 
grand fireworks will be displayed. The Mel- 
tor Skeller, ihe chutes, the highest lu the 
city, and ol hers attract attentlnu. 

jUviaiA PARK (J. J, Mnrdnck, mnnnger), 
— The Summer eoueert setison stnrted Sun- 
day, June 2ti, with YVnlter Dnmromdi nnd the 
New York Symphony Orchestra, This orches- 
tra will remain for live more weeks, nnd (hen 
.the Thomas Orchestra will give n season of 
four weeks. 

Cl.AliK #TnKKT Mrsr.r.M 1 i^mir M. Ileilces. 
mn tin get' i.—Flae hills lu both the curio hall 
nnd ihe vnudevllle llientre nre elven for week 
of July 1. 

Lontom Dime MtMKOtt (YVIHIntn J. Swe*-. 
ney, manager) —in the curio hall nre Vnler- 
110, the mitglclnn, and other uptu-diitc nt- 
truetlons. In Hn? theatre arc George Hhcr- 
iiiini itnd the Midway Dancers, 

AtTtntMATH.— -Kdfllc Leslie and Mile. Car- 
rie start shortly for Ihe park circuit of Texas, 
reluming to New York City early In Sep- 
tember Thuinns (j. Seuhronke tins re- 
tired from Ihe cnsl of the "Alenvde," and 
his place has been taken hv I.ddle I'leroii 
WI, S 11 ,«?,l, p s -»*n' K'ne" got's out im the 
rond. YVIIIInra Noirls will he spen lu the pnrt 
created by Hnyiuond lllichcnck. .. .A special 
gain performance of "Brown of Harvard." at 
tbe llarrlck Theatre, was given Thursday 
June 2K, Iu celebrnlion of the Yale-Harvard 
boat race, and souvenir nutogrnph photo- 
gropli of Henry Woodruff was given to the 

ladles Claire Mneutz. uf this cltv, has 

lieeu engaged by Lew Fields for his Herald 

Square ThrAtre Co. I hnyo Iteen lli- 

ftinued thai n slle has been utfered Jules 
Hurtlg nud Sam Kcrlhuer for u new bur- 
leaiiue houic. ll li said that this site Is 



-where the remains of the Orpieum ThMK- 
now. BtindB......John Collins and YV m L e 

Massey were tendered a banauet «i S? 
gatuck. Mlcb.. by Jol.a lB JL 8 *- 
port 11 moat pleasant time.. <„.."* 

the illiMloni.il. culled Tuesday, -,y arii ' 
Catherine Cnlhonn has been HerloumV "til* >„! 
the Pfstfew days with neuritis, i.n £ 
place In tbe cast of "Brown of Hunanr * p 
Been token by Sarah I'ndden, a popular n. 

cago actress Phyllis Allen was unb.. 

the bits of the bill at the Olympi !Vl«i I 
week of 2r,.... Raymond t'aiiw"., JSS 
ImpersonBtor, was tbe bead of ihe l.in Jt.," 
by the A. 0. U.*s benellt. at Morris BU( " 
John Sullivan. James McCormlck. (Wsn 
Bonnet, P. Sllva and Thomas W11K J 
ChiPi'HB Bureau callers Tuesday 2t 
"The Land of Nod," with Mabel Bflrrlin'U 
the cast, will follow Nellie RmPtfi 

Chicago Opera House will j. B\al 

will revive "Coming Thro' the Kve'' hTtC 

near future, for tbe road. 'it s >T 

Qi>unced that a new and dramatic bibUttx 
play has been procured as tbe nexi vclik 
for Henry WoodrutT. Ul 

4>» 

MASSAdHVSBTTS. 

Ronton. — New bills for the current wert 
are: "A Night Off," at the Globe; "iTugfor? 
and "Cavaflerla Hustlennn." nt the c ttHI u 
Spuni*. and "filrl of the Streets" u t 
the Bowdolo Square. ' The cuntluueil atttar 
tfons are "The Tourists," at the Ma test £ 
and Harry Bulger, in "The Man from W' ; 
nt the Ti-emuut. The usual weekly t-haow 
Is made nt the vaudeville, burlesque nud uart 
resorts. Business was good at nil uumh 
oieut places last week. The Coloulnl ■[(,'., 1 
for the seasou last Saturduy night. 

Majestic (A. L. Wilbur, manager) -■ r ii ■ 
Tourists," with Itlchard Golden Tieading an 
excellent company, goes merrily along th* 
Hfth week stinting July 2. It will re'mala 
for anotliei' month. 

Tiie.yio.nt (John B. SchoelTel. mauagen — 
"The Man from Now," in which Harry fiat' 

f;er is starred. Is now lu Its sixth week, it 
s proving a first class Summer offering and 
will continue well Into August. 

oh.dmai. (CiniK. Frohman, Blcli ft Horrl*, 
managers). — Hlchr,rd tlnrle, In "The Mayor 
of Toklo," closed n successful four weeks' 
engagement, and nlso the regular season uf 
this notise. last Satunlny night. The how* 
will reopen Sept. ",. with Writht I^irlnh-r, in 
"The Shepherd King." - ■ 

UuttH (Stair ■& wtlbor, managers).— join 
Craig and Ills own stock company received 
n worm welcome here last week. "The Mid- 
dleman" being the first offering of tbe limited 
Summer season. "A Night, nfj'" (Ids week, 
with ''The Lost Word" to follow. 

Carti.k SgoiiE (Boston Stage Society, 
managei-si. — The opera company will pie- 
sent this week, "t'avnllerla ltii»tlcnna" nud 
"II. M. S. Pinafore." During the past neck 
"Carmen" was finely presented, and nitract- 
ed excellent business. For week of ll, "Tbe 
Bohemian Girl." 

ItoWHttN Square (G. K. Lothrop. mnnn- 
ger). — The 'Lothrop Stock Co. Mils week, in 
"(ilrl of Ihe Streets," following n week 
of good business for "blast Lyntie." "Ca- 
uillle" next week, with Chnrlolte Hunt lathe 
title role. 

Keith's (B. F. Keith, manager).— A well 
balanced bill this week includes : Kdwln Elev- 
ens. Emma Cams, Julie King nud coinpuuj, 
I'alfruy nnd llocller, Delmnre nud Oneida, 
The Jack Wilson Trio, O'LaughHn nml Cohen. 
Hiieh, Bros.. Gorman nnd went, uew motion 
pictures nnd the Fadette Woniaos" orchestni. 
In a new programme of popular musk-. Busi- 
ness continues fine. 

Palace (C. II. Wnldron. manager).— The 
burlesque stock cmnpauy offers two new skits 
this week, nud vaudeville is presented uy 
Devere nnd Schnrtz, Carroll and Baker, the 
(■olden Gate (fiilatulte, nud Leonard Kane. 
Good average business jirevnlls. 

Austin ft Stone's Ml*sei:-m (A. It. White, 
manager). — The -big colored company, lu 
"Down On the Old Plantation." proved a 
strong drawing curd in the curio hull last 
week, and hold over 2-7.. Other features nre: 
Lewis Quartette. Topp's Jinml, Trlxle. sunk" 
queen: Punch nnd Judy, nud the monkey cir- 
cus, Stage show: The Minstrel Ma I (Is. , In- 
troducing „Dorotliy Norton, Delia Ituuner, 
Minnie Bnrke. Pearl Hudson, Grace Howard. 
Clan Steele, Lottie Hltnicluird, Cnssle French, 
Mae Lunta, Cora Evelyn, JHIIv llnll, Chu« 
Clark, Frank Cook, James Maxwell, uul 
exlra vaudeville by Hurley and Swift, Wil- 
liams and Pulimau, McKcever and Sundry, 
J nines and Hlrhnrd. end Helen Kohluson. 

.YVAi.-Knit-'H MiisBtiai (L. B. "Walker, mana- 
ger). — Walker's "Eight Blue Birds" is the 
lending feature In (be curio hall Oils week. 
Other cards are: (ieorge Dunbar, "king uf 
the nlr:" Denuo, one-legged gymnast; the 
Collsls Rros., strong men, and the tralurd 
monkeys. In the theatre la Hartford &. Davis' 
Biirlesquc Co. Olio— Nellie llnrtford, Tiny 
Davis, Hie bioscope, nnd others. 

pirirwiOBWiTI .(W. II. Wolffe, manager).— 
Curio hall week of 2: Lady Beatrice, -snake 
queen:" Balhroma, "fire king;" Mons. 't ra- 
vers, on tbe wire, and otiiera. Stage show: 
Helen Jewell's Queen Burlesqiiers. Olio— 
Helen Jewell, Bertha Carey, Annie Buss, Bert 
Kimball, Alice Jlelvlu. Dullle Clifford, nud 
Collins, who is niuklug a hit with her illus- 
trated songs. 

W0NDF.1t1.AND I'AnK (F. C. Thompson, mnn- 
ager). — Immense crowds continue to Oik-k to 
this popular park, und all Ihe timu seni cut 
concessions report big business. The snleia 
Cadet Band furnishes the music. 

l'ABAOON Park ((1. A. Dodge, manngerl — 
The Bostock Animal Arena Is proving a 
strong attraction here. Many Iinprnvenieiii* 
have been made nt this resort since Insi sot- 
son, nnd It Is easily the muRt poinilar |MrK 
on the South sliore. , , 

MKPFIJHP Bo|!|.HVARI) Thkatrh (J. M.Gur- 
rnan, manager). — "What Wright Left, a 
musical comedy, Is being presented lien- liw 
week by one of J. YV. Gorman's compiiu "s- 
During the past, week n good vaudeville hill 
was offered, with llynn nnd RlchllcUt. Wir- 
C'firle SiRlers, Honey Johnson, -Mid Jncksuu 
und Bonn ns leading enrds. 

NounilinA Park (Carl Allieite, mnnnger). 
—The offering for week of 2 Is J. W J*Pr* 
man's musical comedy compnny, lu » l : 
l'lnnet from Mnro." The Ten(l Troupe of 
ncrobntR headed n cnnltnl bill of vaudeville 
Inst week. . 

Lkxinoton Park (J, T. Benson, niauageri. 
—Bill for week of 2: Iturke'a dogs, Dimovno 
and Arnold, Mulvlllc, Jnckuon find Bonn. uud. 
the koinogrnpb. The comic opera. "Ollveti"', 
was the altrnctlon last week. The cohiimihy 
Inclnileil : Frnnk YY'. Shea, William Samp- 
sell, Florence Tyler and J. lAttU Unit*. 

Notes.— Bill Posters Loral. No. 17. nW 

Y-oted lo parade on Labor Day "J ll ;> 

N, Fnrren, mnnoger of the Coluiiibln, Is Mim- 

inerlug nt (Jreen Harbor, Mass A ■ ^ i 

Shaw, of Austin & Stone's (Museum. Is «i - 
valeseliig from a serious Illness, at a n><«' 
hnspltnl. where ho haa been coBflned for lie 

past fortnight Finns nre rapidly n«- 

sunilng shnpe for the erection of ihe ■ «|* 
pie's Thoalre, which Is to tsj devoted to aiorh. 
producllons, under the management of Lim- 
wiy Morl.son. It Is announced that, a mi« 
has lieen selected on 'Tremont Street, mar 

llollls The "pop" coucerls nl Sytnph'jnV 

Hull, ended last Soturdny night... -■ •-«" 
Collins, who ewnped from the 'Frisco oh- 
ORter. Is being featured at the Nlckelodeop. 

In IHusG'oied talks of her experiences •■ 

Trlxle Hnderlguez, for many years f=»| lhe 
charmer at Austin & Htnne's, Is conteinpiai- 
Ing a trip to Kurope this Summer. 
--a ' ■ " — 

New IlciirnriL— At Hotltnwoy's Thentre 

(J. M. Hnthnway. monngerl the suiuunr 
Stock Co. presented "A Young Wife wel. »» 
June 23. lo good business. Week of JH1J -■ 
"Sherlock Holmes." ... 

Sav.iv (W. H. Shine, mnnnger).— Shepard a 
moving pk-tureB -value to big business. 



July 7. 



THE TSHEW "5TOBK CLIPPER. 



545 



X,rTKH.— Barnnoi ft Hslley ccme June 28, 
mil rilled (he big tent twice, tu capacity. ... . 
Lincoln Writ 1b drawing Mr crowds dally. 

Washburn awl DC Aiwa July :M 

CummlnV Wild Wcat 14. 

Ltt^rcll. — At thfi Laker lew Thenlre {J. J. 
KJyon, manfftacr) iHHt week the house was 
oueoed for the Summer sun mm by an ei* 
cellcnt company, in "A Trip to China town/* 
verv iroort biislnr-sa prcvnillng throughout the 
week The player*- were : Will rhltbrlck, 
ThomBa Carlton, b'ruuk >'clnou, At, CHtucron, 
J K WllllunlH, Vlrtor Dc tSiiey, leather Wnl- 
lace, 1'hylllH t'linititttoii, 1-Uliel Smith, I'llytb 
Forrest nnd nam Hnrlnn. AN did very 
clover work, cuncelully Mr, I'hllbrlck and 
Mlus Wnllnie. An urelieat ni is a n added 
feu tare, under direction of 'William J.-IIand. 
Kali'ti A Ward, renldcnt manager for Mr, 
Fljnn, la' offering every convenience nudcom- 
fort. Week of July '2, "Jnck and the Jtemi- 
6tnlk." with Tom Whyte, Mario Jjo Wcul and 
Clayron Parguiwn featured. 

CkVtmm LAKB 1'AltK TlIKATBB (N. II, Tl'UL- 

tlon Co:, manngcr^) onenn with "The Cbrlaty 
<;!rl" July: 2, and will continue throughout 
the week. 
The K.vimiT.s or CotAnwVM Ciltcuu and 

HirruUROMK, lust week, was n big success. 
The professional acta were: Aerial Hteele, ha 
Ilex, Wentwortb and Vesta. Marvelous M«l- 
ville. Stnlth Troupe, the Flying Im Tourl*. 
Torelll'u educated potitcn, lotroduccd by 
Mme. D'Osta and August 6*. Wlllett, and 
Pint. Wnlbertrs trained borne, "Dhlil." Tbje 
entire iierforiunnre was under the illrectlmi 
of 1'rof. VVallK-rtt, who deHerves much praise 
fur the HticceKH of (be entertainment. 

Notes.— Harnum ft Bailey's Circus will en- 
tertain at the fair grounds July 7 

Charles Mrtek Is dlreetlng the tofenoll roller 
coaster, nt Lakcvlew 1'ark, successfully.... 
The lifty-thlrd annuul public reeltul of «m- 
dents of the Lowell ConserviUory of Music 
:.-:iy. an urtistlc event, June '27, at Hit! 
Tsmple Theatre, and their many friends un- 
ulauded tltelr clever work. Prof, George F. 
VYlllcy la dli-ectlng the conservatory. 
■ — i i ■ ■■ m . 

SprlnKflrlil.— At Court Square Theatre 
(t>. O. • GllDiorc, manager) largo' audiences 
Bought amusement, In "My Friend from 
India." Inst week. John Daly Murphy, us 
shaver, was (lie chief fun maker : Marlon 
'. ni!)'' was win-wine us Gertrude Underhott, 
and Ida Lewis made tho most of the role of 
the aunt. "Miss tfoliba*' llila week. 

1'om'k (.1. i\ Crlildle, resident manager). 
— The stock tried lis hand at "All the Coiu- 
fnrts of Home." last week, and came out 
with flvlng "dors. 1 1'anla <Jloy was at her 
nest, and William Mc-Kry, us the hen-pecked 
Inn-band, could hardly havo been better. 
"Bant Lynne." July U-7. 

Norn*. — Mile, Liibu Dc ftnreiun and her 
animals were at l'cmiot I'nrk, Weatficld, last 
week. 



nnd. with other strong drawing features, nt* 
t rncted large attendance. Bill week nf "J: 
Kaust Family. Arthur Wlilteluw, I'elphlnn 
and Do) mora, Blssett and Scott, Aonn cliuud- 
Icr. and Stlne aud Evnns. 

Caph ThkAthk, Cnpc Cotluge 1'ark ( K. V. 
I'helan, manager). — The piflilk- wna very 
liberal In attendance and manifestations uf 
pleasure al the truck's superior handling uf 
"David fiarrlck" last week. "What Happened 
to Jones" i'-7. 

Kivkhton l'ABK < l>. V. Smith, resident 
manager). — Lust week J. W.tjorman'a Vaude- 
ville atari drew well, standing room only he- 
Ing the rule on the warm evenings. A lino 
urcbexira he u feature this reason much ap- 
preciated, t'ormnn'*- Mlaatrels 2-7. 

IUiimm & Hailkv's Cmut'.H cuiuea 14. 

*4_», 

INDIANA. 



Imlinnnpulfn, At Wondevlnnd, Excclla, 
(he Flying BnldwlDH. Fox and Kuxle, aud 
hreworkH, week of June .5, drew Immense 
aorioHH. 

F.vntHA.vK. — 1'artlck Cuuwnv's Ithaca Buml 
and Ueorgu Austin Moore, sololat, drew well 
week of -T.. 

Wiiitb Cny.— Osteiulurf's Concert Orehes- 
tm and George Connell wera llto features 
week of i!5, and business is luiurovlutr. 

Vuxm ami KtitiKH, on the West Washing- 
tun Street circus lot, did fair business last 
week. 



Holyokc. — At Mountain Park Casino 
(Louis relllttslei*. manager) the production 
of -The Idol's Eye." week of June *J5, drew 
large audiences. "Blnbnd'* July *J-7. 

IlABORKAVK's Circus showed here June 'J8, 
to good business. 

Note. — Arthur Alston, manager of "At the 
Old Cross Itoads" nnd other productions, has 
l»en spending a few days at Ills borne In this 
city. 



UvnnMvllle.— Cook's Tnrk (Hurrv Law. 
runtc, manager) started the week of June 
'24 with good business, «nd both the free 
mid paid attractions were excellent. Tbc 
bill Included: The Three Dlcrlckx HrotlierH, 
Kennedy and Evans, DnclKM GertrudB Dud- 
Icy, Leonard nnd Dntkc, Carrultuu and 
Hodges, Mile. Nuumi Ethurdu and the klucto- 
acom. 

Manaukk <;ai,uha.\, of Oak Sununit Park, 
Is having good attendance, and cuod tiltiuc- 
tlons are offered, Including: lulcu's dogs, 
Uluncbe Froyve, I'liltbrooks nnd ltenolds, 
Frank Uowmau and c<an|>any, Jcuulugs aud 
Henfrew, and the klnodromo. 

Notkm. — The I^vanaritlc Chautauqua will 
open July 4, and last uiull 18, Aiming the 
attractions will be: Senators- Robert Lafnr- 
lette, Jus. Hamenway and John I 1 . Dulllvcr; 
Dr. J. W. Dawson, Prof. Neville Uoark, 
Ph. D. : Father Nugent, IVm. StHirceon, Oplc 
ftlcd, Thos. E. drama, Frederick Wmd, Sun- 
shine Hunks. Prof. .1. Woodland. Mrs. Klor- 
onte D. Itlchards, Gov. Bob Tnylor, David 
II. Heogle, Siienrc aud Mlrochen, Helen 
Mercl Schuster, Jennie W. F. Johnson. Mar- 
garet Smith Alhlne. Hobs Crane, Cnmtsa 
t'lub. Florence Ben Ollre, Kllsworlh Venn- 
stead, Kosalre. JefTrlpa' Concert Hand. Hal- 
mer's KulHr Buy t.'liolr, Aiuphlou MhIu Quar- 
tette, IfHrniuny Ladles* Qunrtctte, und Kath- 

erinc Wlilpplc-Dohbu mthI others lack 

Itappe. of the [tljou has returned from a 
visit to the Kentucky home-coming, und n 
short stay with Manager Salinger, of the 
same house. Mr. ltappc will superintend the 
Improvements to be made on the Interior 
and exterior of tbc theatre. 



SEW YORK STATE. 



Btifinlo.— At the Star (P. C. Cornell, man- 
ager) -The Girl With the Green Eyes" week 
of July 2. "The Little .Minister" was most 
capably presented by Jessie Honstelle and 
the stock, and drew S. It. u. Inst week. 

Skua's. — Week of 3 : Howard aud North, 
Josephine Marie Knoll, Hard Bros., Byron 
and Langdon. Arthur and Mildred Hoylan, 
Stanley and Wilson. Campbell and- Johnson. 

Lakaybttb (C. M. Bagg. manager). — Tbc 
Lafayette Burlesque Co. continues Mo please 
substantial attendance, in the olio ore: 
Henry and Uurrlnglon, and Wutson and 
Little. 

ArUUBHC Park Hi. II. Macbroom, tuiina- 

Em). — In the theatre week of 2 i J. Aldrlcli 
Ibbev *nnd Knthet-lne Trayer, Dp Venus and 
Do Venus, Charles B. Ward and Maxsultb 
Duo. The outdour attractions Include: Kay 
and Ucnedetta and the Crnvcrs. The Knl^Uts 
of St. John, In convention here, helped mut- 
ters materially lust week, and attendance Is 
now big. 

I .INN'S TlIEATBB AND MtTWHTlL J p O W 

Hereford, Minnie L. Plxley, Clyue and Mont- 
rose, Jk Goasens, Uertrude Stuart and J, A. 
Traynor. ■ 

Notbh. — In the case of White-Smith Music 
Publishing Co. vs. Apollo Company. Tor In- 
fringement of copyright, the highest court 
lias decided there fms l>ecu no lufrlngemeiit. 
Band coucerttt and vaudeville lu subur- 
ban resorts are leading hot weather features 
hero. ■;■ i ■ ■ 

JnmcNtown. — At the Celeron Thoatre (J, 
J. Waters, manager l big business waa the 
rule for last week. Tbc following appeared: 
Brnwu and Nevmro, Qulgg. Mackny and, 
Nlckcrson, Iltitcliltmoti, llaiubridge CO., In 
"The Idol Smashor :" Heed and Bhuw, Al. 
Lawrence, mid Shnngopitvl. 

NoTna.— Baruurb.& llnlley's Circus apiiuura 

here Sept. 5 .Charlotte Guyer George 

hau been engaged to slug In Hie open air at 

Celeron Park for the season..' Bailer 

fckutlng opened lu the AudlLorluui Juue 27. 

Tin Famous Xohrens are the outdoor 

attraction, opening July 3 AM the at- 
tractions at the park arc doing well. 
. " > 

Utlc* At tho Majestic (Wilmer A Vin- 

rle.nt. inanasers) the Majestic Stock Co., in 
"Prince Karl" and "Captain Swift," tilled 
the house laat week. They remain over In 
"Woman Against Woman" and "Parson Jim. 
FaanclH J. Wclmcr Is now In charge of tho 
box office. 

Dbwkx MUKIC Hall (David Barry. ■»«*- 
;er).— This week : line and Clue. Flo Val- 
aco, LlaHe Booth, May Sisters, Scmar and 
Kyan. EkIcIIc Collins. 

Summit park (T. A. Baker, manager).— 
The vaudeville HUrucllons open . thla week 
with Ora Cecil nnd a den of leopards, Dolly 
Martin, anil the klnctognipb. 

Prit-A Pakk (Scram & Donohoo, mana- 
gersl. — Imnclng. banebuli and Itoth's Or- 
che»tra. and Sunday concerts. 

Niitbs.— 'Ilie Wednesday rcceptlous at (ho 
Majestic arc becoming unit e popu lar. 

Elralrn At Korlck's t'len Park (Henrj; 

Taylor, munager) "Hie Sultan of Morocco 
made such a pronounced hit lnnt week thut 
It hns been decided by the management to 
hold It over another week. 

Rialto (F. W. McConnell, manager).— 
People lor week of July 2: The Buckeye 
State Quartette, Harry Holman, Delmy Sis- 
ters. Grace Watson. May NHIeua. James IX 
Proudlove. Illaltoscops and illustrated songs. 
Business is good. 

■ i a 

MA1NK. 

fort inml. - At the Jefferson fCnhn & 
Grnnr. inanagersi "The Sliver King ' was 
produced br the Bnrltcv McCullniu Summer 
Stoek Co.. June H.'t-llO. drawing large aud ap- 
preciative audiences. Souvenir photos of Mr. 
Fleher nnd Miss Bingham were dlxtrlhtitcd, 
and flaky Itoroiliy. tho tnlenled rhlid, np- 
peaM In one of the prlnelpnl rolea. "A 
TffMil.'u- Life" July V't. , 

■ OBW TitR.vTni-1, IVnk'fi Iwlnn/I <r, \\. r. 
Coding. m.-i»»K*'r>.— The stock tn Implill.v 
eU st Inst week, in the Rimming comedy. "Kin- 
dred Souls," rreniliur much merriment for 
tho large audience* The stock presents 
•Bv Klgiit of Kword" 2-7- 

PoRTLAsn f.T. E. Moor*, manager). — Lu- 
dlao, in bis third and lSBt week, mvatiflcd, 



it 



hntnyctto.— At the Fiuufly Theatre (Kos- 
hrngb fi Maurice, mnnn^irai for tbc week of 
June '-'."i the bill Includea: Fred' nnd Mae 
Wnddctl, Frank Walsh, and the Misses MUr- 
ray.' Capacity business. 

Notkm. — The Misses Murray are patting 
on a new singing act which Is scoring blgi 

ns both have exx-cptlonslly good vuh-es 

Mrs. Blanche Englesoii. of this city, hua 
given up her vaudeville work, nnd will tench 
elocution und dramatic art. 



Smith Bend. — At Sprlngbrook Park Ca- 
sino (E. J. Welsh, maunder) the bill week 
ot June 34 Included : Ed. und Kin t" Dcngun, 
Warren nnd Brock way, Pete Buker. Melville 
and Conway, the (ireat Martynne. Illustrated 
songs and pictures, lllg business prevnilH. 

Kinulinu Pros, played to capacity June 27. 
1. 1 ■ m . -■ ' — ■' 

rrnnUfort. A( the Crystal Theatre (J. 
II. Ainntons.'gencral miinucer), tho bill week 
of JuiV'2: Mr. aud Mrs. M; D. Hall, limit- 
rcsa. Joan Miller, Porta and Potts, Chua. 
und Jenule Welch) anil the kluodrume. 

«-»« 

WASlfI\GTOK. 



Seattle. — At the Grand Opera House 
(Hussell & Drew, lessees) this Kun Francisco 
Opera Co., In "The Mascotte," 20-23, had 
crowded bouses. ili'tirletta Cro^uiau, lu 
"Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary." UR-27. The 
San Francisco Opera Co., lu "Princess Chic," 
28-:iU; 

Skaitlb (John Cort. manager).— The 
Frawlcv Co.. beaded by Dim lei *Frnwleynnd 
Mary van Buren, lor a six weeks' engage- 
ineiit, coiutuenelng June 24 and week, lu 
"The Wife." ■ 

Tump AvBN'iiH (Itnsscll & Drew, mana- 
gers).— The Ayleuwiiit h Co. continues to 



raw big hoases. iireseuttng. 37 and week, 
"The Tollers." "The Struggle, fur (fold" 24 
and week. "KlduapiMil" July 1 and week. 



CiRTia (A. R Peltou. manager*.— The 
Block compftDr prfeented "Her Only Clime" 
to fair houses Imt week. Theodr>re Lurch 
and comimnv open July 3/ lu "A* rlnMJer of 
the Emntre." Week of 8, "Dr. Jekyll and 

Xnvsi.fv (Henry I.ubelskl, manager). — 
Hot Weattiur Jwx not aeeiu to affect htisl- 
nesa. Bill this week: Howe and Edwards, 
the Three KoMrv, Itoblnaou and 0'ieilc the 
Stlvcatw, the Hon- sisters aud iilcturrs. 

CftvaTAE, (U, I. Atlams. manager).— Bill 
for last wn.'k Included: F. and I. Louise 
Beverly, the Two Peeks, 'I'ouy Hydcr'u 
monkeys, Clint Draper and picture*. 

EMt'lKK (J. K, Cltffonl. uinnaKcri. — The 
stock burlesqiiers ore still drawing fair 
houses. I,n«t week "Hades Twenty - Ycnrs 
Hence" ami vaiidevllle drew fair houses. 

Notbw. — Palnterannd decorators are busy 
nt tbc Tubor l*rnnd, and when this house 
opens In the lull Its Interior of whit" anil 
K»td will make It the ImndnomcBt liou.-ie hi 

tbc city lien vet* has been well billed 

fur the t'orrpiMiidi .V Sella Circus here : HI, 

17 Joe Mcwinun, the vaudeville per' 

former, will bare charge of the theatrical 
end of the I'niTilviil of NatloiiH, to be held 
here In July. The carnival will lie an open 
nlr ulTalr, 1 the money raised to ho used la- 
the .const ruction of the Catholic ••Dihedral, 

Till' Licorice SiuiiiioIh Stock Co.. which 

has lieeu at the Curtis, goes m tnur the rest 
of the Summer, opening at the Curtis ugalu 
Sept. Id. 

a i » 

LOUISIANA. 

r i- - •, i 



gllfiper Post Of Het. 

In order ici avoid tulatakrn aud to 
Inaure the |troi»i»t delivery »t the 
lettera nitvorilwi-il In thin Hit,' «,n 
en^olope iiliitnl} nddreaned nuiM he 
■ rut lor cacti letter, ami n «rritlrii 
onl«r tor thr trttrr, -ilaiied with Ihr 
tnlt rutin*- nnd nddr«na aatt ttor line 
of hn'ln**- fnllnvteil by tike nc-mler, 
canst itlao hr riiclnNc-tl, 

l*lrnnr mention the date tor num- 
hrri »( the * t.HM'l ;it hi ,-lii.Ii (he 
Icttera aent for were advcrtlaed. 

i,\l»il>- LIST. 
AMmtt, (tela .Pi'aVl'-, ttlff I'!. .Morion ft ja W M 
AUelle. Mtlle lllu Ornioiul, jMntvenc, ~ 



Stab (B. J. Imueltan, inanugerj. — New 
people June 2fi and week: Thu 1 1 ofFinu us, 
Peter Kuiiswoilli. Edgnr Tuylor-ltachcl Acton 
Co., Arthur Itlgby, Tlircu Noltons, Apollo 
Quartette and iiiovId-; plcUrcs. 

Orpiikum (T. .1. ConBltllne, manager). — 
New 2.1 and week : Hugh Batflntt und <oui- 
piiuy, t'eo. Liiveniler, Win. Haylletd aiul ruin- 
iianv Itoinnlne and Ciiinpliell, Jluiiiile UIko, 
Tracev McUennoit und moving pictures. 

Pa.\t.V(;ks' (Ak.x. Vantages, manager). — 
New people 25 and week: Itosco, llrown Bros. 
and lilylciv Ilaxlett Trio. Arthur Klwell, 
Oeorge Jones, the Kanfrellas and uiovlug 
pictures. 

STiiANii (Mono Cnldsinllh, manager). — New 
people 25 und week: Euiuih. Munlagtic, ('In- 
rlco Perry, Mnbcl lto-*etn, and Eather Levey. 

OAttrrr irrad. ttltcdua. mnnnger). — Now 
people 2o uutl week : Ivflle Watson, Ethel 
M'U-ton, und Adu Itnudelyii. 

Thalia (Mono tJoldsiulth. manager). — New 

Simple 25 nnd week : ■ Mabel Harris, Phyllis 
Ilmorc, und ikiitli Kussell. 

■ ■ - i i ■- - ■—■ 

Tnenmn. — At Ihu Taroma Theatre (Chas. 
II. Herald, manacer), on. June 21, the Bran- 
don Phi vers, In "Jesse James :" Sun Francisco 
Opera tV 25-27, Nut C. Cioislwln, lu "The 
tienltis." 2H: the Bmndoii l'lnycis, In "Jesse 
James," 2!l. !W; Hi'iirletta t'rosiimii July h'i. 

(Jrami (Deun H. Wopley. manager). — ■ 
Week beginning June 3li : Kllsworth and 
Hurt. Margaret Severance. Hlllebrnnil and 
Vivian, Marie I>. Wood, Charles Wruy. Frank 
Uowan. In Illustrated song, and Urandlscupe, 
Bltt business rttUM, 

Staii (H. at Owena, manager). — Week be- 
Klnnlnt; -iuru- 3.1, the Allen Htwk Co.. lu 
"Tho Clay Hater," Wm. V. Moiig lu the lead- 
ing role. . li. M. Owens was mart-led on June 
21), lo Fredn Andrews, (he diiughter of a 
wealth v Jeweller of this city. 

Ckystal (W. J. TlranionH, manager). — 
Week bcgltinliiK June 23 1 La Tonka, Miller 
and. Emory. lAttle Ilelene; the Great Zeraldo, 
Prof. Hunt'« dote* and monkeys. Tom Bo- 
selle, In Illustrated songs, and motion pic- 
tures., 

a»» 
colo it Ado. 



Denver. — At Klltch'a Oardenn (Mary 
Elltch-I^ong. proprietor) (be mark company 
presented ''Mrs. Lpfon*twetl'« IlfM>ts" liefore 
Bond bonsea laat a*eek. Week of July 2, 
-A Jnpnnene Nlghtlncflio." Tltompaon'a '■le- 
phnnis are proving n- poptilni' nntdoor at- 
I rn el Inn. 

Mani»\tt\s" Beach <W. B, Hall, mnnn- 
ger). — T^ntger liottaea are rulltiir nt this pop- 
ular reeort. "A lliinnn*ay Olrf' was the at- 
traction In the theatre hud week, nnd scored 
heavllv. Mberatrs Band Is giving two eon* 
certs tin ' I v The ironcesalona are well pairua- 
UC4 AXeck ot 'i t "The Gcliluu". 



New OrlraiiN— At Athletic Park (F. W. 
Faranln, manager) the Maud Daniel Novelty 
Co. opened l(s hcusou June 24, to luiuiense 
business, and the crowds applauded the line 
specially art*, dunces aud choruses during 
the entire week. MIhs Dunlels has costumed 
and atHgcd the different acts In u cupoblu 
manlier, and Is deserving uf gout! business. 
An cli l Ire chatiuu of hill Is |iromlsed for week 
of July 1. .Musical Director Manuel P. 
tiucrru -has -uiccecdt-d Prof, Arniand Veaslc 
us band conductor. 'I'll e au I ma led NoMKri and 
other <iUldo<ir attractions oouthltie to |)leaso. 

Wkht - KM) (Tom Winston, munager). — 
The usual big business was done lust week, 
and MniMHor Winston rcpnrls the largest 
huslnexH for many seasons past. The vaude- 
ville hill for the itust week was a gnud one. 
The new comers, the Itosarles, aerlul per- 
formers,- aud Beckteaa Iteeklaw aeorva big. 
while Anna I'riinklln, aud ('illllinu and 
Perry repeated their past week's tr|uiniili. 
In an t'ntlre etiauge of act. Charlie Klsiief 
ami his premlur concert hand, as well as the 
klnodrmne ple-lscd, as usual. Week of- July 
1 win see a new bill, and the Fourth will is- 
celebrated In a moat fitting manner. Maou- 
ger Winston will have as an eatra attrac- 
tion, l!*,), the *s»prann, Itnsalle Klielflmi. 

NdTKa. — Mr*. T. .1. Boyle, the well known 
manager of the Nashville. Teim., Theatre, 
was hen* for a few days last week, on a visit 

to her relative* A). Dunning and wife 

liuve lammed from the (ittlf ctiaHt, with 
their tniuipuny of vaudeville people, antl re- 
port gocd business. .. .Wllletto, the wizard, 
aud (nmiuiny played a two nights' engage- 
ment nt Sana houcl Park, it suburban resort, 
June 124, tit, to hlg business. 
♦ »» 



f'iiinm tins. — Olentangy Park iff. w. 
I'rosser. manager) la reaping lite lH-iu>tlts of 
good management. Manugers Diiaenluiry and 
PnWM «r* ■ catering to- the pleasure of r\\, 
Hosati's Band continues tu meet with popular 
fuvor, and Is n great attraction. The the- 
atre Is attrnc'liiK large ami well pleased nndl- 
ences. Bill for week of July 1 Inclurlca 
Boot Iltuck (Juurtetle. Walter Daniels. I). J. 
Ilarilngton, tho Musical Dennett, aud Suluiun 
and Chester. 

Cotxix;-' i;.ii;ukn (II. CiiIM'is. uiatutger). 
— Ttiis seletrt resort la catering to the coin- 
foftB of Inrgu audiences dully. Week uf J ; 
John and Mlia Mcllowell, Slcpm-r aud Alipcr, 
I^eondart, Slphle and Aiinelu. 

No'iks. — Indlunulu Park '-onttnucs to ap- 
peal lo la rue crowds of plettaiue seekers, 
winiri aud Wood were the attrnctlun during 
last week, aud the Mexican Znmorus are 
bllletl for week of 1. Prof. Louis K. Mc- 
I<aughllu ■null wife, of Pblludelphbt, have 

charge of the large swlauniiiu pmtt. 

Vaughn (llaser was u local visitor during 
the past few days.. ... .The many friends 

of Beryl Hlllott. the local girl dotnu Hie 
auto loop the loop with thu Ilai(enhi-ck Circus, 
are imluetl (o hear of lu-i- serious Injury, re- 
ceived In thu act Tbc large production 

of "l-'casl aud Furies" wilt be produced here 
during week of a, under the auspices of the 
Coin mUus Hides, 



Akron, — Al Lakcsldo Casino (Harry A. 
Hawn, inanngci') a very good bill, with Tom 
Moon- a pleasing feature, had hlg houses 
lust week, For week of July 2 : Jane four- 
th'urpc and coinpuiiy. Tttseano Bros., Ciimlllu 
Persoul. Knur Atnerlcau Truiiipslers, yiiet- 
uihh, and Kuller, nnd Arnwelu'H plclures. 

liAtu/r ami Hii,!. Pauk (Illy S. Illll, inuii- 
ajnt*). — On account of hud weather Texas 
BHPs Wild West Show closed June 27. 

Notkk. — Sue Wllhclin clitsed with the 
"Utile Johnnie Jones" Co., and after a few 
weeks* resl will Join "Muster Brown" ('<•. 

...Rttrt Marshall, the uionologlst, is 

visiting his mother here Harry Steven- 
sun. Ivau Itrowii, Harry LewlH aud Walter 
Am welii were niiitle Kiispljerry mcmlwht 28, 
— i .- » 

Toledo). — At the Casino Theatre fOtto 

Klivrs, munager) "All on Account of till&n," 
as preacnti'd h,v the (Jlnser Stock Co., was 
moMt KtiLTL-sstuI June 21 and week. Big 
business. * - 

Fmim (Jod Peai'lHtlne, manager). — Bill 
July 1 and week: Henri French, Boonev and 
I larding, A I. Lawrence, Klein nnd Klein, 
Si. John and I.e Fevre, Aruilnla and Bi,rke, 
and vltagraph, 

'CnvaTAJj (t»eo. towfta, munager).— Bill 
wT'i; of 1 : i.n Auto oirl. f'ltaa. llasiy, lha 
I.vniis, ICclfer and Kline, W. Carleton Baker 
and kfnodrome. Business Is fair. 



tun to ii. — At the park Thealn- ( L. It. 
C'uul, inunagtr), for July 1 and week : 
"Diana," Hlberton, Mchroek nnd Bice. Ya- 
maui'ito Urns. J. C. Nugent and company, 
and the llfeogruph. 

lli.ion (Thomas & Pnttn. managers). — 
Vaudeville and moving pictures for week of 

Amkiucan Ci*nc«iit Oabukn (Frank Cinder, 
mnnnger i. — Pree concerts and vaitdevlllis 
still- draw large crowds, afternoon and night. 

Tiiri FfATtKorrr CAIisivai, Co. will open J, 
for a week Hand, on the lot at Third Street 
and Brown Avenue. 



Springfield.-- At Spring Grove Park Ca- 
sino (Turn Powell, manager) the hill for 
wfek of J«ly 1 lD'lude«: llerr Jannen and 
company. Charlotte Raven croft. Millard llroa.. 
the Tu me Troubadours, Caaad snd I« Verne. 
BDd klflPloscope, 

Okpiiiim ttJiin Sun, manager).— IHI1 for 
week of L' : Qulgg and Mack, the I.uuinuln. 
the Two Wruns, Uayraond, Mlsa West and 
new pfcturea. 

4>» 
MAR V LAND. 



AUslr. Mr». Ait 
,'iuerttti. — 
Ulnli, KlIKi'lltfi 
Drill. ,n, Nrlllr 
Hfitiirni'iii, M«(|<1 
Bell, Mrs. A. 
Il^n-oll Mni-ti 
Ulttes. Ml-s K. 
ilnvill-li |lnn,lli 
Knr.ll.H-. .Miilvi 
Hurt-, lAttlle 
lliirauiinl, 

Mt>. (Jruqu- 
Iteim Mrs. Wall 
llarrliiictou, 

.Mrs. m.t. 
Pushy, Mm.J.M 
Collliw. Mny 
Uniwf.ini. Mne 
ClUTonl Ueorulu 
Crawforil 

Fl'ircnco 
i.'ollliid. Alia 
*:utitiie, Moh 
t'lirtxtiiiv Mtlllv 

Uacluu-L 

| t'l "I'''--- 

ColliflH. Sir-*. K. 
Cruwf.ir.l Mlnll 
Clier it Mrs Will 
CI.HM-, Marati 
Cnalaa, Mahd li 

l invent mil, 

Mrs. i, 

lh- VII le. 

Sirs. it. W. 
Dr Vere Uh> T. 
Dohertv. Una, 
Dc i.h-.l-'. Mue 
lUlllll, Mini.!,' 

IteVeral. Ham 

i«''.i;. .i- . Urai-e 
I'iii>iv. Jnnrtlu 

Piiro, Miulc 

Douglas. 

MifK n. k. 

DelA-uc. .MhImJ 



Hlntiebe Notile. NvIiIh 



I'.'.m. lUmiclie 
K»»n-, Mri.U.h 
Klri-lt, llH)- 
KHrle. H(in*tlij 
BlmtT, Nellie 
PUher, Murie 
Fells. VlrKltda 
1'i-liliniiks Hrsui 
Fields, stii.lle 
lVrgu»on. 

M arm tei-I te 
Thud. .Minnie 
'il-ey. K.itllerli 
milium- , It.illui 
tiimte, Mxxle 
(lower, Marie 
t-teiiwn. VMM 
(irej-, Domthy 
ltuover, l.'itiu; 
Hc-lrlck, ]><>[ 
Hunter .Mrs. II. 
Il(.',vm-tl. tleoriilM 
llelil. I.llltan 
llolllday. i,-i .( 
lllMitei', Victory 
Ilartleh Mrs.ltt; 
.larvis, Kiln 
.lalaes, Ufa, K. 



May A 



.Nordk-ti. 

Mine. 1 illlmi 
Niito. Ilrrnlcv 
uneii. Ili-iiy 
I'line. Hsael 
I'elen-M MntltD 
f ..Intel, A.leil 
Iltwe. i .in, 
Iti.i.inl- Mm, 11 
Ipulier. Mrtl<4'1 
Itiiiunh. .Vln C. 
mm, Helimi 
Itlteliy JtiiU'|>tilii 
limhline, IVtirl 
r> ■ ■ ■ 1 1 1 1 <-. i'\ i: !'. 

Prill 
Mager, Heoilctt 
Stuart. I.lir-te 

81. AIvh A ■■ 

Hrtl.toril. I'MllIi 
SbrrhUli. 

Nargm 

Smith. Iter-e 
f-t.in.- Uetti 

SulltvHIl. 

;MlM Venis N. 

Hlierninu Allcetl 
Muller. 

MtirguvrlP' 
TlMirtnlyke 

l.lllhut 
Tourney, /id In 
Taylor Mra.K.F- 
Turner Cu.. 

Clnr.i 
Viimey trallieiln 



Kcely, Kiliin 
kellogit, Hirtlin 
' * 'iitii.i.' I.'-,, 
I.eltncr, MnrlL- 
I .iiwrence. 

Mn ml II. 
I.iovtvllce rttt'tta 
l.ok'itli. Helen duiker, Keti 
l.iinretice, Aunt.' Wmthe. Mrs. 
I.lvtaii-itoii I.uell W nt mm llciilnli 
Liinreiite Mrsll White. SIIsh I,. 
Leslie, M^neel Wlllliinw. Helen 
MiiTlmre, Anna Wlllf. Nortait 
Mm'Im. t'arrk> jWltltiir, llatt.v 1) 
Martin 'Widab, Kvelyii 

WllbelaihKl Weltti. Attn* 
McClinty KnleW \eoiu;, ITor. I.. 

(a:>iMcni;N's i.iht, 

Arklcy, UJiuft' HtmOm, Clure .UiiteS, tin 
Aliiaiml. Ti'in F.merrtiU, IttiiW "" 
All-lnl, Hetlit, KvertM ■ Mann 
.vi. . ■in. in tv KnterMHi Knuik 
Aii»llli Hurry II F.tibell. Pert 
Alextiuilcr.' f'-lwunlii /no 

Her Until I'YHIItt Tl'lo 

. . Jock i:iiicr»oii. Hard 

ArniKtniiiif Willi Mitch, I'M. M. 

■\r'umn. (Jlua. l\ l-'ltipHtrlel-. 
Allen. Arthtu- II I'Htrtck 

AIIHimi Hi'.fcMv* Vm, Ma, 

Austin. CIhuiIo f/ovler, I'nil I), 

Arinsleudi Fred t'lrst. Iinriier 

Alviu, Jotin lord, llini ■ 

.■irli.. I'Ye<: IHilHl Clliri 

•ker Vkm. II- lenell, l*ir.l T. 
PIseriiH Tlimpc Khivelle. 
Mtiiuiert. Ueorgc FrtiielM O. 

llore. 11. P. I'tticm.- de,,. M. 

l'.i,v-i. The 

KvnlH-ric Hlk. (Vi 

I'tuHhrnvi'. Aril. 

Fox, F. K. 

Klalw. T. H. 

I'etrell HAm. 

ttoodivln, Jm-k I 

Hansard, 1". W 

ilnr-l.lv J. H. 

titiliteri i.i'« p 

i;rnN'r. Frimk.l 

n-i-miaix. fin* 

(ireen, ('hi'la 

tlrinit, run W. 

i - . . r - ' s- . = hi -■ 

fiiiriliiiT. Went 
A HiinKhlai 

i; cm- »■.-,. tin) 

ttfimliilv, tleo. li 

i;tlt>erl. II. 

('rove*, li. O, 

Clltieerettl <Jii 

Mntmlh-h UIihh. 

UaptnlM, 

.'I Ilcniiilln;; 

ilor.lori I.Hwrt'ii-- 

fti-hfriiigt-r Jack 

CHiiHcrctll t.'hii- 

CerwlK, Fnil 
(Arnwall 

liiinoy, Clark ti 

' ' 1 1 ■_- l ■ . S!,i-.'.i 

lifinlinci. Diive 

Hullck, Paul M 

'!il'r|..j|. III... I' 

I'lSsMWH'k. Alex 
Mill. Arthur 

f-llltllgllHIII. 

Alb. J, 
limy, Ueipiue II. 

U'Mi k •Ue-i.l' 

llioil, UertM-rt 
mem, Nell 

■■ |..niiir!im'T.' 
HiiMi[iHrfv, Tool 
IMicrl, w'.Oati 
I I..I. leu, Win. 



llrnyhiiin .v 

l.n 1'olui 
Baker, Pelo 
Konto, M- 
[turns, .Msarlce 
1 uin.'tt Itk-liaol 
rurrluutoii llei 
fc lit era, CIiuh. 
bean, Willsrd C 
Itn.ika, John 
nvooko, JM, 
Drtiuvy, Al. 
linker, Ueo. D. 
Km ton, Jott. 
IH«M'tt, Tom 
Iti.iillkln. Jake 
I'liiKliiini Jan. W 
I'liniM, .lltiimli 1 
IturlH-r, W. II. 
Hue k ley. 

Mr. k Mtk. 
Ilurki' Ac l.:i Km 
liiirrell, Hurry 
Drennnn. 

Ilvn ry It 
1 frown St 

Di- t-«ir--i 
Una-mi , Chaaa 
lU'i'ktiio't. '•■•ii. 

iMiik-li-liinl 
Ik'.tlul, Hoitut 
llcr'ly, OniH, 
UrouKH, Hft-bi-rl 
ltnn-ln^t'iii Kb! 
Itiiioil'iii HnwHin! 
HlOii'lliiv 1*0 
Hiinien. Xtnart 
O-'Ir, Hob. 
Criirt-funl, liivt. 
Ciii'llh & Ailinn- 

<. in. iii puial a 

t "iiHiit. Itnv \\ 
OilllHa, Jim 
Cooper. 3. W. 
t.oatello ataur.ti 
i:ilfi.ui, II. II. 
'.'■irlkiii, Minn 
l.'orlielt. JnK. J 
OKtellHiie, 

Dnru Devil 
Can; 1->I. 
t'ute ■ Finally 

'.'illlHMliC K'lll.J 

Otwfc tl; " 
Christy, t 
Conner, I 
CoIHiin. T 

,t SllllMll 

Ciirmoily. .Iiin.K 
Clarke. Krtil <I. 
rillMrd Dr. tiny 
Curtw. Tan 

r..:il.i» hcli-y 
Caiiiptall \ 

Joluomn 
Clyile, t'lienier 
Coin, I'rioik K, 
Dmlej, Win. P, 
Cairoll, Mike 
ft*: itiv V. 
■■■fu.-i -, Wlilti 
Cti-iueti' Kilille 
i ■hiI-iii John I, 
C.-.k, Kd, W. 
Illx, CslTln 
Dlccy. Ivlwln A 
Hi- I.itiL,:ir k. 

V I ClllM 

Pmiily, Join 
Diivey, llolit, 
Do Vnnde Hlock 
Cii., ClH-Kter 
D.-iviititr. tJliiui. 

ritHKryllllc. .t. w 
Iti.iicrllll TriMll"' 
Tlokelmi. dau.1V 

Damni, Allen 

Dremui. .Ft-eidl 
I.hi.i-im. Clint 
fterenport V.. M 
Paanvan, I.es 
mnu" m.i. 

DiMtKlierly. Alf. 
Dfs. »«y 

DawMM BalatfJ 

i-.mii, riirr 
n.til*»r. w.' b. 



Ilvirii. T. 

Miir.lliik*. CtiHH 
llnyi'M. H. A. 

Illllllllll, IticllHIil 

tlnimiioi.il, J. I' 
fiiintley, ii. A 
Holt, Albert 
Itntuia, J. 
Huuhii, Kria-Kt 
HiirrlH ftWuliciH 
Hunt in Tiny 
Hit m I It on. 

Allrtrew 
Itcnry, Hi 
HoyeH, J. Knot. 
Hiii-riii. Ufa. K. 
lliirrlH, I^hiIh 

Hot I^Mlo 

; -. Hurry 

l!oi.kitM. wm. 

Holmes A 

I Mm i- 



II... 



faba 



HhLU-ii Tli«if.tC 
I'.i'-di-iii, Max 
it. i ■■■ v. VNior 
HiHtoti Arthur 



Ho 



K.I. 



Ht.ll, Kitveill! 

ii:.,!'. w. H. 
Ifaamna, 1*H. 
lfiiirt-ri.ii MlUm 
Iharani Chaa.P, 

Ihir.lliu;, Krueiil 
llrrw-ll, Jerry 
jlfrbprl. *':irl 

lh.ye«. K-l. 
Hiirrli.. J. H. 
niiliinicl!, iaoMi 
Ifi'i-iH-ri. Arllu 
Htm-*, Kiuext. 
Henry, fhm. I.. 
Itioitfltnn Kmtik 
IfuuKeroa Bros. 
Hnlien. H. 
li m y taOi Dr. 
ImriHT, Ilrtrrj* 
Hiirrlu. « K. 



f Mi in i A Dlitji'T ,|ti.|inrf, llarrv 



Haiti more. — At Kleetrlc Park (Behon- 

liei'Rer & Irwin. mamieeM) the hill week nf 
Jnlv 2 Inelutle*: Kila*nnl Clark. Laura Mll- 
Inril, the Tliree I,e Maze Ilrolhera. Tom 
Mnnre. anil Allen nmt Pnlton. A One tlia- 
plnv nf flrewnrka and extra n1lrnfl1r>n» of 
manv kinfla v.ill hr olfi-reil 4. 

, -#-^» . 

Ki.yr.ii WALTrna wrltna : "Th« drat of lha 
len Kiruer Walters attractluna will open 
Jul? 29." 



:>utfnn. Wm, 

Ileery i rVllU'ln 
IHltuti. Hiury 
IhrUer, llirry 
rtnil1ii|), l.. L "iNinl 

bmr, Thi 



Horman. 3. K. 
Hntiii KniiicIh X 
Irelmut. U. II. 
ItVlllKtlHt TIllUll 

JohawHi, VTaah 

.t unVhi C. 



ltfl'lnlrvtlle Hi.r.;.,!,.,,,. Al. 
D-uioliite. I. I/. i.Ji.boxoo. f'arrnl 
li.ll A I'oula !.folm>M)ii K'Hitiinl 
finle, Alet niirter. -I o|»»^l. tn* ttnlfli 
luiunni. ''ii-i-. |iiliu<um, 



I Mi 



«y. w. 



Ikilun. .In*. V. 



ti-cni'!". P. i' Uuiivu. U*o 
Kueravu, Bd01« -JoUwatoii. Mick 



WllllHItll 
I.mey, Win. 9. 
Liberty. C:trl 
l.itnk & M'-n "i 

l.tH'liHW-, -tlMIU'd 
'I'll. JfllllfH 

l.iiwri'iire, 

Kteiilien 
..i Delle, Hilly 
-Hf, h.iiini'l W. 
I.i.vvitv. ("eo II, 
U W«r, It. Ha. 
iMii, Bert 
l.llion ft 

Tborndybu 
I..-VV, .lifliu 

Mllfli ,t |,n«U 

Million, Ilerioiiu 
.MiKeouii, Tom 

MotN.llrill. Will 

Muehle, J..i> J. 
Moon-, ThoH. 
Moon*. T.iiii 
Mna«iii, Win. A. 
Mm!-". Tom 
Miekce. Win, 
M,Oi.e-.l'n Al it 
Morne, IX Kltsr'tl 

k'CMt. CM.ih. I. 

MeDuiulil Mile- 
Moans Cecil A. 
MoinTlef A.'tuillli 
Mcbnuuhl Mlko 
Hilti, 0. fl. 
Ui.Hn ft AMo 
Melville, .In. 11 

M.iH.-Hi. 

I'. Wllltml 
Meoiiey, Jiiiiivh 
Mnllii, I'nul 
MlllHllllll, .luck 

Mio-k, .lolin 
McNiiiiui.ve J. K 
Mnltox, P. 
Miller wii-m. N 
MuMniii. Tally 
MorriMi 1 . Tina 
Mtiulrtip, V. W. 
Miii'.-him. Oinn. 
Mar to A Al-li- 
.Mont. C. 
Mellon. Joint A. 
Mitchell, -l. M. 
UataPHL Hurrv 
MrPomilil, Hrtlp 
Mildidt, 

II. KMIl'-t 
Manoliiu, liilnili! 
Miller, W. T. 
Metier, 1'iiu.l; 
MiiM-lrV, 1L A. 
Mori, hy . II 
.Muck. It. ,'l. 
Murrlnh. 'J, 

M UK 'Hi CII, 

KJenaaa 

Melrnxe. Win, V 
Mowley, M. A. 
UlhVa, W, W. 
Mdiitn-iic, t^Maa. 
Moore > 

Mtlleflel'l 
Miller. l-rufWiti. 
M<|'I|pi., r.|in«. 
Morton. -In men 
PfJinMr, H. fl. 
MaekJ. Ilwirr 
New Ka»t.l'lHyra 
Nn«ni. I'ratlk 
Nelnoii, Wm, 
.Vetwjn, QHf 
Srlaw, M"l 
VeU.n Ml.-. 0, 
NirKfin, iM-niik A 
N'cw Vara 

Ilflii«t. Co, 

NcK.i,. nip 

Din, It. <'|iHHtO',r 

ii'lVmiell T, li. 
I'litteti OlUftrO. 
I'itron to, tleo. 
I'I'HIIlM, J. fl. 
f'.nrr... Alf. ('. 

E'ottir, ll. B. 



TOR THE SUMMER 
lyOIlJi' l84lf-llHCl 

"Vfrhcre (roollnu Preeiei Blorr.'' 

' The Ideal territory for a Hurnmer 
Hone or an nutinff, -">»> isitea of coaat 
line on ocean, Sound nntl 'Mys. ■• 

Thi; rtuaimer schrtlule of Laif Islnnfl 
U. It. now in tiiTect, liichulinK ocrvlce 
to Hlock Iblnntl. 

■ l.nSC. ISLAM) si'.mmi:r rk- 
SOIITa." a booklet vt Ilulrh- add 
lloiiriHn-r Uoiisim: |mslnfte I cents, 
"1,0X11 ISLANli," Hlnatrittcil deHcrlp- 
ttVP hook, i»oHtii|te K cenln. Free on 
nppllciitlon nt L. I. II. II. ticket offlcet. 
Vil) ituad-vny : m:i Kinh Ave.; 03 
Mh Ave. : 57 I Coltiiiibm Ave., and 51 
Went IJMh ML. New Vork, or rnnlled 
on receipt of poKtime by II. M. SMITH. 
ItUB'l PiiMteitucr Act.. L. I. It. II.. SV3 
Fifth Ave.. N. Y. City. 




I.'leko, IIoiiiiiii 
Ki'llv. m. Hn.l 
Kelly .V lvl-iu 
kiilll, M. J. 
Murk Crtniti C.i, 
Im.|iI. K K. 
Im'miutI.v AKv:illi 
Kniifinuii Ilt'iiK. 
KnlL'V''il"»'kcr 

gttiirl. 
Klein, on Hrac 
\ Nk'lHilioiii 
Kyli-r, Will 
Kllluior. P. II. 
Mutt. Kl'.lllfc .1. 
liemit-.'y. Willi. 
Kolly, Uli.ii. I. 
Kane, .liiliii K. 
IClifl tul lit*, 

i'-rtuik r. 

tuiinllz. Win. 

KemmulH Miimt. 

Lanrleh, J. 

In Belle, Win. 

I..i Vnnl. Vm. 

l,HWreiii'i- Sle-ili. 

laielerN MlhNl, 

Lelter, il, T. 
Vail. JmiieH 
Cent in ft 

l.a Hue 

Lao, ii i. 

1, en imii, Bert 
l.iimi'i.noi rill. !■' 
Liivhio A 

I p.i.o.i ni 
I .o i- Hil. in , A. i;. 
l.nnlitk' AVlluirll 
J.owiiiHle, tiM.ic 



AU pt r-omM arn can tl .mi ml tik*4tnrt in- 
eloRHiR ntnitev with loll era lo ii«. 

USIJESS THE LETTERS 
ARE REGISTERED. 

Wunro Fn rconlptrf ermiplftintH from many 
■aliolmvu loal Dtonoy hy Mantling it throttj-h 
tho mail, which (lenwnatmlcH that that 
method uf inakinp rftmiltatir.oa 

IS NOT SAFE 

K Pottlnl Mniiav Onler, Check or Draft i« 
fient and iUHlulrii Irom Ihr mail, aduplicala 
e«n be nb'aincd tinrl thaio will bono lona nf 
nionoy, lint tbrre will lie a loan of time, 
which may hi) of the ulmiKt importanre. 
Wo will fiiiirarjtue nil pf-ramiH nK^lnat Insi In 
nonihiiR ua romtltwicoH IF THK IiKTTKHH 
IN WHICH TllftT 4RB SKNT ARK 
PRGTERIiY RKfUHrUKKIK 

MEW YORK CUPPER, 

ALBERT J. BORIR MMMgw 



Potter. AllNTtM'Siiiltl.. Wm 

riitiniiii. II. rt, Heyitunv, !■' 

Poller & l'erty 

I'lilli-J-. T. 

I'liltoii A I'eiry 

Perry. H..C. 

1'ieiitv. 0, II. 

hipN J. «. 

,ur ml 



... Muni 

Sirkin, K- M. 

I'iiiiI. fl. M. 
UliUu, flunk L, 
Unliilmi, l-.tci 
gitltiliui A 

Howurl 
Kliiley, Ton 
Ml'"-'. Krmik 
Itl.lnii.U.m T.I. 
Ilcklno-, Pun 
liny, Kriil 
Heyn.iliW, Mlko 
lhifTeitj-H, The 
IP'jjil HIhvo Co. 
Mi.iw, lUi-r^ 
il.niiiiili, Hwly 
Uulililiin. deo. fl 
Uiiiiknri.' JirtniW. 
lllii. iletiriK 1 



llollte 
Slniii.lt, Heir 
^tilloii, J. 
r! I . i 1 1 - 1 - I i-.ini. 
Mcinirl. O. K. 
Selfert. 

l-'rnio! {tk:\ 
Stover. Kin I.. 
Hoiuerw, Miirtlu 
Myiii'iin'. l-'reil 
Soyiler, Hoil 
rurKent. K. P. 
Hlii'mom. Hnn 
hliinv. Lurry 
Stioil-ml. Illllr 
hejlij, Arthur I, 
SiHvey, Trunk 
Mill. in A Siilltiii 
tfilll I VIII I A 

I'liKiineliui 
Kimiinei"-. Kill 1 '. 
Kuttoii A Hni mm 
MillyH, r'oiir 
Kylvexli'i'. Juan 
A I •Mimic 
siniiti.il. Her.lt. 
>I!U*. Pmil A. 

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lllli. ...Hl||r r lll'MI»0, .linn- 

Klch, llHiiinr.l 1, m Inn A M'Nenl 
Hnb-m. J. II. Torl-et, Kmery 
lid. I. Mllk-nl A. "" 
Mk*,!-** 9t 
wm larh 

HntKl". HilHliir 

llpyuoiiU. .1, ll. 
Itlfry, Will I-'. 
Itlch. C. .tuck 

K^iiiiilii, Mhiihi'I 
IlitOfle, Mini', 
.smith, J. I 1 . 
Sliuiiu. Henry 
r-iilWinry. K. 1 



fliurl-ee Phil' II 
Torlietl. I'.nirry 
Tccl, (leo. M 

niei". I 'tins. ,1 
...iiuetlii. I'mnk 
^ mi Ijerkoor. 

1 1 en nil n 
'..■rii-iii Stock t'<> 
VjiiHti'itnelit. 

UMa. 

VnnSlvkc Art. A, 

vii-turiiuiH, The 
Vlucnit fc'rnnklt 
V,m KcbHlck, 

KiHUo J. 

. ..Iljjltnll. -It-. 

Wtn'ien Hnm. 
\Vi K-i hut ul (leo. 
Whiter, i i.iv 
WIImiii, 'rim* 
Wiillitiw, KmnkT 
i.inhUi Anhtir -I. 
WotHlH-iinl A 

Hur«ii« 
Wnterbnry. 

. il. N. Jr. 
Wiiterlnirv. K.M 
WmiiIii, A. J, 
Winter, .to-. T. 
«llw»o, 1'rof, 11 
WIIK tiro. 
Wolfe. Wnller 
Wnltoil At.nvln* 
M'ntlern. Krmik 



Tlinony. Joint 
Ttyon, Will 

ThoimiH lain it. ' 

TriivlM. )'. W. WiiltiT*. ), i J 'irr;i 
■Irk-w, 11. C. Wri4tt.il. C. 11. 

•IViiney. H. Welle, Victor 

Tnylor i:.nillii C. ivi'i'mi.ori-l V.I', 



'rtnuiiieii. Murk Wiley, cjiireuee 
'Inylor- l''riri**II Votk. f'hnrlert 
Til" Vltle; irtllttt* 
• ■-ii Rimk Jim. /nrtlui. lliei. 
1'iiury, i'.. ■,. Tnylor A. Cltc-ir ft-lr, .Tolly 

M-;r; sonti: at iii.;aii ok* i-iat. 

a i » 

IOWA. 



flrn MntnriN.— At Injpi'i'Holl Park (Kr,fd 
IlitehuiiHti, iiiiiuitKcri. Hie hill week uf July 
1: TIlH Nelhiin I'liiiilly, Hnywiird, I'nnniy 
ami lluywurd, nuit oihet-H. 

IuwAna Pakk (W, II. ttouilny, mnnnger r. 
— Vattduvlllt! wkh Introrluei'd week at .tun* 
tT, unit lu -helna mjorcil by. jtrpat fnnvd*. 
The bill for wi't-k or I: Biindy uutl \Vllnon. 
liairlKiln I trim., I,jt/.itr nnd Ln-tur, IleiKer 
Iti'i'M,. nuil Cl-i retire Hrluel, 

\i»T««.— lliiH'Uihuck'w I'rulltetl Anluiill Slum- 
Is riuiiiiiK July U UltiKlltiK Riotf,' ClrctiH 

July 'J7. 

■ ■■i — if . - — i ■ ■ 

<v«ln r HhiiIiIm,— At Alnmo Piirk (fl. K. 

H.'irton, luiituii'err hunhie«« I'lcroiiwiH with 
Hie 1 1 cut. Hill week of June 'ITt : Hubert Iki 
Mont Trio, Turi'lli wnrl NIcIioIh, Dttve nurt 
Pen-li* Miirrln. l.oHle Minini, ilinl Hid Alflino- 
H'-ope ; 'ilw> hiillooii HHctinnlon eiii'b evenlnjf, 
\,y I''tu-I Klirliiirt, and plenty of iininle bv 
Jurob Kchtnldl'H ImmkI of eighteen, Uflil ill'- 
client rn or twi'lve pleeeM. i 

Tun Kufffl'Al uiiKki.i.h llmm.' Ciiirtii- 
(HIiiMlluK Ih'iH,, m.i iiunci m MiittKfleil hl^ 
rrawm June ZR, with Itni: *mntde, nerfni-rn- 
HiirfH, iiiiliiiiil--. Hble mIiow nnd com-eil, nil 
elfiiu, i lever nnd i ount'oimly t orjiluclcrl Hrc.^ 
Aftent tienild Kl i/.|fiirt!lcl Itmk KMd cara nf 
the ni-w,-jin|icr peojile. 

NuTKH.-rl. V. WjiIhIi. Hilvertlttluji m-ent of 
('rceiie'K (ipi'm IL iii.ii', Im.-i i'oiii|iflenl riMKfi 
of lltu then l re, while Miiiiiiacr Cnlller u 
booklliK In New York. He iiIku Iiiih chnrj-n 
(ft Hie III kel oillce ill Hie InotrliMll [link 

Tim 1'iirker AnuiHunienl Co.. in Iwu tnilnn, 
wiik haw 24, ea rwa/o to Sloiix I-'hIIm, H, 1». 

1,'iuIh Mni hi. fur len yeum chief u-dier 

nt (iri'ene'n, wn* niurrlcd Julio '£H. to Helen 

Mnrniv The Cednr HjipIiIh I^haI'-h Im-N*- 

luill I "ii in dcfriiicil tin: cIuIm ni Ceitlrc I'olnr 
mill tilin, SI ami if I. HmtWi 7 In 1. hihI 

h lot) VniMlcvlll-f votiirleH artp ilelinliterl 

thut Hie |'i'fi|iU-'H Tlieitirt! t Vic Hiiro, iium 
n ace i It dfiHitrveilly Incluiled In tho new 

i-nuKi to eijjtKi ulrenll Thu mtuiy mem- 

hern of tlii' [it-ofeMHlon who knew iiml loved 
thut nrot'iii -nitron of the dniuui, the Verv 
lie v. 1 fen n (liinn, fur twenty-live y*Mra rector 
here of Urn Church of Hie ImiDiicuhtte Con- 
ceptlon, will be nhuekttl to lenrn nf h|K hniI. 
Hen deuth, HutKluy. Juiin \:-\, tiRt-d ulity-iteren 
ymra, 

kk vrrrnY. i r ' * M 



!,(iiii»vilie. — At Ktmlalnt* Perry Turk 
(Wm, Itelrbinun, miinRRer) Hnvcnuin'H Am- 
intiU iv ih the liciHtllner on the hill l«nt tveek. 
Iliiv-'roan held thu HttPctntorH Hpcltbnund with 
hlH thrllllnic uet. New rieoplp week or July 
1 are: llcdouln AruliH, Hurrv nnd Harry, Cur* 
noil mid u'liiiini. Irene Krunklln, Dlertcks 
HrrtH. nnd the klnudrotnc. 

Jocki'y I 'M'li I'abk (Mult Winn, munn- 
fteri.' — Tli In roHort upenH Hie MeiiNuii I. Ilnnrl 
cuncrrln will In- Riven every week tliroiiichflut 
Hie nciihiui. The llrut In uppenr wilt be 
Chiwfilfer finrtilulo nnd hnnd of ilfijr. 

■ i a , 

I IIIOIONT. 



■itirllnurf r*n — At the Htrong Thentra 
(C» Jin * fJnint, ninniiKerH) "Hide Trucked," 
Juno '11, mid "The UcjiI Widow Uiowu," lilt, 
both iil<Hned. "fjldtt Trucked" ce-ieitel .11^ 



m 



the irarw YORK clipper: 



Jto y 7, 

gun i mis, is cun m n. ouu > ran, ta onrsmV 

e. i> i » o jv 

Films and Projecting Kinetoscopes 

EillMtl.. Modal Uiitotcopi, $1 15.00. Uilnrsil M\\ KliDtscopi, mm. 

1BI ran BBCOGMIBD ■TAXDABDI THROUGHOUT TUB WOBLB. 

OUR IATBST HBADI^INBS, 

LIFE OF A COWBOY 

REAL 

A STIRRING WESTERN DRAMA IN MOTION PICTURES. 

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES: 

The "Big Q rn" Saloon — Meeting between Hero and Villain — Entrance of EnrlUh t am 
lata— Initiating the Teaderfeet— Collection tor Solvation Army Lassie— -Arrival at tbeK.S 
— Cowboj Sports, Trick Riding, Throwing Lariat, Wrestling— Departure ot Btana fiSU 
from Ranch— Attack by Indians — Running Fight <3 acenes) — Capture Stage Coach laadAk 
auction of Girl — Indians Escaping and Covering Trail — Arrival Wounded Staire nriJar . 
Banco— Cowhoya la Pnraalt— The L-lght— Thrilling Rescue ot Girl from Madfi GkEiJ: 
Borne— Reunion Hero and Heroine— Death of Villain. ' <»"«P»I 

No. mr.u. Code VAVASBKl'll. Length, l,OOOft. Claaa A. 1150.00 

tale-harvarTboat rage 

NEW LONDON. CONN.. 1006, 

Arrival Observation Train and Excursion Steamers — Panorama, Yachts. Steamers and Boat* 
of all description, lined along the course for over a mile — Final Half Mile and DttMrat! 
Finish— Harvard Wins— Collapiie of Noyen In Yale Shell— After Scenes. •"■*■»« 

SPECIAL NOTICE. 

The finish of thla race Is beyond question the most wonderful picture of Its bind ever taken 
By special permission of the New York. New Haven & Hartford It. It. we placed our i-amera 
on the railroad bridge, riving us a most advantageous position. The rival crews are seen 
rowing desperately, beacon, through the final half mite down a water lane lined on Loin 
Hides with craft of all kinds, crowded with thousands of cheering spectators until the Cnlsh 
line Is crossed, with both crew* In the Immediate foreground of the picture producing ih» 
most realistic nnd truly wonderful effect. «"«»>« 

LENGTH ABOUT 400 FRET. CLASS A. 





MOVING PICTURES OF THE GREAT 
COLLEGE BOAT RACES. 

CORNELL. COLUMBIA, SYRACUSE, UNIV. OF PENNSYLVANIA, WISCONSIN 

and GEORGETOWN. 

Scenes of the Various Crews in Training and the Finish of 

Each Event of the Regatta-An Inspiring Sight. 



»V F-OR QUIOK DELIVIRY. 



LENGTH, 900ft. (Aprox.) 

SPECIAL FOR NICKELODEONS 



REPRODUCTION OP 



THE THAW-WHITE TRAGEDY, 60ft. 



BTOW PBATUHBS! 

ITER,- - - - 685ft. 
OUT-UP, 5 V5ft. 



AMERICAN MUTOSCOPE & BIOGR APH CO. 



II E. 


14th 


■*-, 


NEW YORK. 


KIXIHE OPTICAL CO., Chicago, 
Spools! Solllug Agent,. 






PACIFIC COAST BRANCH: 
26*3 W. Ploo St., Lo« Ang.Ua. 



SIXTH SEASON 



WANTED, FOR 






I 



Leading Heavy Woman, Character Woman, 

Soubrette (with specialty). Two Al Actors, 

Headline Vaudeville Feature Act. 

Address C J. W. ROE, 



yUV A IV T E ID , 

A FEW MORE GOOD CHORUS OIRLS THAT 
CAN SING, AND HIGH GRADE NOVELTY ACTS, FOR 

STAR SHOW GIRLS 
MISS NEW YORK JR. 

Apply WM. FENNESSY, 

Kit* pi re Clrt-ult-On.ee, Knlrke. barker KMg., :iQth and Braailway, New York. 



4 BROS. MELVIN, 

WORLD'S MUST WAIIVKI.OUS UYMNASTS, Afri>ui|illnlilu( secuilnir Impossible (fills. Week juljri. 

NEW YORK ROOF. 



THE THREE DELOYS 

At Liberty After Aug. 5, for Farce, Musical Comedy or Burlesque. 

All, u<i imuth. KTIuma vuicks. aii All Arcimtl Womati, HluittuiiHiiil Dancing Soiihrem 
anil Versatile I'uliieiiliiu. snow ll» n chance. WE WILL SHOW YOU TIIK UOUDB. Adilres 



( Soiiliretle 
Addrea* 
THK TTIH1CK DKLOYH, Cure nl Family Theatre, Slona City, IBM. 



JOSEPH T. BELMONT 

Invite* Olferi far Next Senton, 

Juveniles or Light Comedy. 

Capable uf playing ■ Hid. rang, of |i«ru, will ron.lilor PEHHAIEIT BT0CE. 

Addreaa ACTORS' sotlKTl, Nmt York. 



Novelty Head Balancing, Wire Artist*, 

Villi III. g.naotloaal Dpalile-Uown Slid* for Life. 

Tin' llral auil only performer to accomplish ttilH tuarvelotm reut. Mauagere winning a high class art, 
addrenB for lime and leriua. Yea, 1 walk across wire on head. 

OSl All AI.KXAM>::il, 81 Central Are,, Albany, N. V. 



WANTED, FOR COLLM AR BROS.' CIRCUS, 



fur Big Show, r ir«i cIubx t'oruei mid Drummer, SI1X-: show PKOPLE, (Irni. (jIbsh Snake Charmer will. 
iiood den ot 8t.ul.rH. Uunlchl Act, mluI tirst lihuM Talker. M.miclniiH add. HKN 110HNKK. Side Show 
People add. I.KW AKONftON, care of Uollmur Unta., Majvllk', N. D„ July u; HauklnaoD, IB; Alex- 
andila, Ulna., 11; SiuK Center, IS; thm Bamboo, ma. 



FLIMS 

Of course we know thai Is wrong, hut we 
likeiwixf know that the mere spelling of the 
word In the only thins that lit wrong In this 
mi. Our object In mis-spelling the word Is 
merely to attract your attention. 

If we Ruereed In doing tliat we shall have 
uttalned our object. 

Tills Is the "DIFFBRENT KINO" of a 
Film Shop. The treatment accorded one and 
all la "DIFFRRKNT" from that to which 
younre accustomed. You get a "SQUARE. 
URAL" here all the time. ' 

We are authorized Philadelphia Agents for 
Power's Cnmerugruph find REAL Krupp 
wir>' ftueoBtatB, Rdlsou's Machines and 
Pathe. niograph, Vltagraph. Melles and l.dl- 
son Films. Power's and Edison Machines In 
stock all the lime, and tbe largest stock of 
Supplies found anywhere. 

HA It GAINS. 

We often accept slightly used goods as 
part payment for new ouea, and tbua we 
have unprecedented bargains from time to 
time, viz.: 
Brut-Nelson Fight, new, flSOft.... I40.n0 

l'arslful. like new, lOTIift 1G0.O0 

San Fran. Disaster, new, 4"-on.... 30.00 

The Tragedy at Sea, 700ft 40.00 

The Ituler of tbe liouwhotd, 4D0ft.. 32.00 

The Chicken Thief, 700ft 4(1.00 

Slightly used song slides, per set.. .. 3.00 

Madeup Heels of Films, 1,000 feet, on a lOln. 

Reel, ready for use ; 

One Reel 100.00 

Two Reels 1 15.00 

Three Reels ;.' 1BR.00 

Four Heels t.00.00 

All good subjects and well assorted. 

Oxyllthe Outfits, Oxone nnd Oxyllthe Com- 
pound, flelatlue, Carbons, CoudennerB, Film 
and Slide Cases, Rheostats, Klectrlc. Calcium, 
Areiylene ond Oil Lamps, Swltcnes, Fuse 
Rlorks, Fuses, F.ther, Limes. Oasollne, Klec- 
irlt-n! Connectors, Acetylene Outfits, Fireproof 
Mugnzines aud Urunis, Lenses, Abestns Cov- 
ered Wire. Coble, .Spot Lights, Stereoptlcon 
nnd everything pertaining to the Motion 
Picture Industry. 

We are the only BXCIiUSIVE Dealers In 

Philadelphia selling uothlng but. that which 
pertains to this business. No toys for sale. 

Machines and Films Wanted 

PROVIDED T1IBV ABB IJCIIII). 

LEWIS M. SWAAB At CO., 

XiH Spmce 8t.. 
L.D. 'Phoue. FHILAUKLPIIIA, t*A. 



MUTOSCOPES 

FOR BALK, 

I have twenty Wood cabinet Mutoacopes. ]nat the 
thlDg tor Carnival If eu, for salt) at $26 eaob. Guar- 
anteed in first class) condition. Get your pictures 
and changes direct Troiii the Mutoscope Company, 

2ulck action la ueces.ary if you want the bunoo. 
ddreaa ''.mI'toscopkh ," 

lUwklw Bids;.. «■ 14th Hi., Waw Vork. 



COWWS F s°^£ E 

8LIUUTI.Y IISK1). Alao STRErTT OOWNS. We 

have on liana a large aaaortiueut ot alls htly worn 
Kvenlug downs, Dloner, IteeeptlonaDdTeaOoivna. 
Theuo roben are perfect In every reaped, and are 
eipeclally amiable for wear In Ulan CLASS DRA- 
MATIC l'KODUCTIONS. We have a fall line of 
Seal Stla Coata aud Furaof all kinds. 

a IIS. U. STARR, SOT South Slate St., CBICAOO 



muuuuuiauil Agenla, vrrile for whole- 
Bale catalog or Hie latent ruzKlcs, Novelties and 
Pocket Ttlcka. UN1VBRSAL SUPPLY CO., 122 La 
Salla St., Chicago. Established 1890. 



DWARF JOE DAVIE8, 

AT LIBERTY APTBIt SKIT. IS. 
COBEglAN, I.HLTUHKK and PARTS. 



Addrell, UliUI sept, la, "A TRIP TO TT1K MOOS," 
Luna Park, Coney Island, " 



N. Y. 



COWBOY8 AND INDIANS nr/|| 
BRONCHOS - STAGE COACH lltAL 



INTERCOLLEGIATE REGATTA 

POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., 1006. 

T1M> KKI-IT, CLASS A. 
SOLD COMPLKTF. OR IX SEPARATE SCRNKS AS FX>LIJ)VVS : 'Varsity Might Oared kVe, 
11. »ft. —Freshman Eight Oared Race, 95ft — 'Varsity Four Oared Race, 80ft.— Wisconsin 
■\atslty Leaving Boat House, P-fift,— Spurt between PennsylvaDia 'Vnrslty and Fteslimau 
Crews, 85ft. — Cornell 'Varsity and Freshman Crews Launching Shell, lfiOrt.— Syracim 
'Varaity Launching SlielL 90ft. 

Floral Fiesta, Los Angeles.Cal. 

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES AND FLOATS : 

Native Daughters and Live Hear— Roman Oliarlota— "College"— "Venice"— "The Deaert"-Oeorw 
Washington— "Banning" Siage Coach-Flower Trimmed Carriages. 

No. tiafiO Code VAVATONKIII. Length, 3111ft. Claaa A. $47.!». 



TWO NEW COMEDY HITS, 

FAKIR and FOOTPAD 

Wo. 0*68, Cod. A F. ADiiH. Lenglh, mmrt. Clan II. »:i4.«0, 

HOUSE FURNISHING MADE EASY 

No. nasi. Code VAVA'l OMS. l.engtli. :i:i.-,n. Cl.aa B. tlO.Sia. " 

ANOTHER COMEDY HIT 

THE TERRIBLE KIDS 

SEND FOB lIXDSTItATED DESCRIPTIVE CIHCULAK No. 28S. 
No. oats, Cod. VAtlLTAQE. I..nglli, aooft. Claaa A. (•U.00. 

OUR LATEST NOVELTY 

THREE AMERICAN .BEAUTIES 

^tNXS^&P^S^X R .° 9K <>lMolvei auto av bust picture of u. besuUfol 
AMRR1CAN GIHL, wlkodlaaolveti Into an AMERICAN KLA(« wbvIiik to IbabMMi*, 
which In turn dliaolvei' into a, slar-llt bavkBround. Ihe siara, after aiu*b 
munoeuverlnga ■pelting the wontn "OOOII MOHT " 



HAND COLORED. 



HAND COLORED. 



No. cm), Code V a ciikvillk. Langlb nun. ciasa A (17,90. 
■end for Late.t Calalosa and Illaatratad Circular.. 

EDISON MANUFACTURING CO., 

MAIM OFFIOB a.d CAOTOBY, OBANOB, N. J. 
_ w . «_ Cliloago Oalee, :t04 Walmih Avrane, 
Sew aork Omoe. HI UnlOB fiaaaro. OablM Addrena Zvmntlc New York. 

omci i fob iUNjTjD ^^UjM^OBam^^TiM^k^^iSS' 
SELLIH6 ABEHT8 ■ ;h,L^ in , iet oo"*i'h co.. - . ' « a nil », «i» »•* 

ouuimig oanino. p KTER BACIOALDPI, llor Fillmore St.. Ban Erancleco, Cal. 



RUNKS 



"PATTERSON" 



TUB \\ nitl.ll s 



..KA..B..H "ATLAS" 



NEW CATA1AWUE JU8T OUT. 
THB BKLUF.R T11UNK AND BAB CO., m Colombia Av... PhlladolplUa, Pa- 



BRONX LOTS <"»"«■> NEW YORK CITY 

•» b O Up^r-BirdB. on Eaay T«»rme. 

«k aii BRONX and PKi.n am PARKWAY. For lurther paruciilara apply to 

31 W. 42tt St., N. Y. City, 



GEORGE RIO. r,o w b «o»., 



Kepre.mUQg HDDSON p. ROSE OOMPANV. 



July 7. 



THE KSTEW YORK CLIPPER. 



547 



i,i h .o«i-iHiidmj.-«ii+ho.iN«w^io.«i "HflMMER THE HAMMER" 




UhontfekrcifdlKtiftnn, btwMwth«nvolT«rkuBm»r 
neter toncho* th» tiring pin. This l^ftu ptimti ■ 



w iPTcr • 



found Mir fntbe-lrar. 

Tolii-r. 1b <hi» tr. the fact that 

mlla tbo btnw from the hiaiser to the flrloa pin la 
n«Tor In poaltlnn to do aa euoept wfcaa tha MastST U 
pulltd all laewaj bach. 

8END FOR BOOKLET "SHOTS" 

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Hopkins circuits of parks, working the Or- 
pheum time ateady for the Western Vaude- 
ville Managers' Association since last De- 
cember, and thetr time Is booked up to April 
14, with return dates on the above ctrculia 

Ham Elton, who arrived from? a success- 
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weeks, opening at Birmingham, Ala., June 
25. He will appear at Keith's Union Square 
in August. 

Barky and Ella Ghat opened on the Joa. 
J. Plynn park circuit June 18, with their 
marionette act. They were at Lakewood t'ark, 
Skowtiegan, Me., last week, with Riverside 
l'ark, Bangor, Me., to follow. Mr. Gray will 
return to the Ninth and Arch Street Museum, 
Philadelphia, In the Pall, to occupy the po- 
sition of lecturer. 

Geobgo Neville and company Inform us 
that they produced & new sketch at Keith's, 
Philadelphia, June 20, entitled "Marlon's 
Santa Claus," and It made such a favorable 
Impression that It was kept on for the re- 
mainder of the week. 

Hunt and "'hot, who are In their seventh 
week with the Payton Sisters* Big Co., as the 
vaudeville features, report being very success- 
ful for the last year, working steadily since 
last September. "We are now enjoying a 
very pleasant three weeks* engagement at San 
Soucl Park, So. McAlester, I.T. r * 

Noras from iiakry Ward's Minhtrclb, — 
We are touring Colorado and the West The 
company had a good business In the San Joan 
country, In spite of delays occasioned by 
snow slides and railroad wrecks. Mr. Werd, 
who has had a string; of accidents within tbe 
past few months, added another to tbo list 
June 1. While fishing he slipped down a 
.hillside, severely Injuring his right foot His 
recovery has -been ■ r a pto v s ad -he-Is -back in 
harness again. The acta of Von, the Ophi- 
dian, the Australian ; Hegoras -and Le Verc, 
English ventriloquists, are features. 

Wit. Stroud, proprietor of the Savoy The- 
atre, Hamilton, Ont,, Can., and Manager J. Q. 
Applet on were In New York laat week, They 
ore building a new bouse for vaudeville In 
Hamilton, which will open about Sept IB. 

Babl Fltnn writes that he Is doing nicely, 
having played San Francisco and Los An- 
geles, Oal. ; Long Beach, Col., and the West- 
ern cities, being one of tbe few Eastern 
acts to play the West after the earthquake, 

The Bartblhbs, Lou la and Bessie, acro- 
bats, played week of June lit and 18, at 
UelD2 Pier, Atlantic City, N. J„ vrtth parka 
In Peeksklll, N. Y., and Baltimore to follow. 

Jack Smith, of tbe Broadway Trio, was 

f resented with a bouquet of roses and carna- 
Ions at the Bon Ton Theatre, Syracuse, N. 
Y. After tbe show Trlxle Bennett enter- 
tained at lunch. 

HAKBT E. Valoia writes from Fresno, Cal. ; 
"After playing; eleven consecutive weeks for 
Sullivan k Consldine am now In my third 
week with Loverlch & Lubelskl. I have a 
ten weeks' contract with them, and do not 
expect to return East for quite some time." 

NriTKH raou the Arthur L. Guy Minstrels. 
— We are touring the Eastern parks, and 
making a tremendous hit everywhere we 
show. Roster of company : Arthur L. Guy, 
proprietor; Mrs. Arthur L. Guy, manager; 
Edwin Guy, Albert Guy, Onfhank and Blan- 
chette, Russian acrobats : McGinn Bros., 
bard shoe dancera ; Great Platto, phenomenal 
alto vocalist; James McDonald and George 
Hunt 

Fahnt Evuncrr and her son, Ed. Everett, 
are in stock at the Lyceum Theatre, Phila- 
delphia, for the Summer. Next season they 
will go with the New York Stars. 

Biiown and Wilmot write from Bran- 
don, Man. : "We are in our third week of big 
success with our staging and dancing act. 
Our singing and dancing has been such a bit 
that we were forced to repeat It for three 
weeks, and we have signed contracts to stay 
in stock for tbe Bummer." 

Jab. H. Sadler, second tenor, late of Wm. 
II, Weat's Minstrels, has joined the Clipper 
comedy Four. 

Mat Swan mourns tbe loss of her father, 
who died from pneumonia, at Baltimore, Md., 
June 14, In hla slxty-firat year. Interment 
was at St. Mathews Cemetery, Baltimore. 

Mabtob Frank C, son of Ella and Frank 
Rowan, baa been confined at their home at 
Brooklyn for the past week, with scarlet 
fever. 

Tub Carlbton Sistkrs' Co., under the 
management of P, S. Whltbam, which opened 
at Grand Valley Park, Brantford, Ont., Can., 
June 4, for two weeks, met with such suc- 
cess that the engagement was extended In- 
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Carleton, Daisy Carlcton, Emma Ballsbury 
Southard, Laura Carleton, Pearl Roach, 
Franklyn Vail, J. Irving Southard, P. & 
Whithorn, Edward Dupont, Cbaa. Van Arman, 
Kilwfini Moran, C. B. Mlnger and Mack 
Eaton. 

OEoaaf Durau will pilot the Oriental 
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Thb Millard Boos. (Bill and Bob), 'cyc- 
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STasLR. — Manager Jack W. Stokes baa 

formed two baseball teams, called "The Don- 
nellya" and "Tbe Stoke*." In each lown 
vlatEed games are played, and the rivalry la 
great. At tbe present time each team has 
won three game* We are now on the Gor- 
man circuit, and in our second week In 
Maine. Business Is big, but the weather has 
been cold and rainy. At Rutland, Vt., one 
day the mercury dropped down to 32 degroes, 
wbicb la a record for the middle of June. 
The show will remain out until the call for 
tbe big minstrel companies. Tbe company. 
with very few exceptions, will go wttti the 
Donnelly ft Hatfield Magnificent Minstrels, 
Manager Stokes hns not formulated any plans 
for the Winter as yet. The roster : Tommy 
Donnelly, Norman Stanley. Jack O. Kearns. 
Solon De Miller, Joe Alacauallen, Frank 
Hrown, Charles Ivers. Harry Von Dell, Three 
Hants Brothers (Arthur, Frank and Nor 
manl, J. P. Donobue, J, I,. Finning, A. L 
Clarkson, C. K. Perry, I. N. Foucher, Fred 
Contois, John Lynch, George Hart, It. It. 
I'lttenger and Jack w. Stokes. Tbo execu- 
tive staff: Jack W. Stokes, sole manager; 
Norman Stanley, atage manager ; C. K. Perry 
trea Mirer; James L. Pinning, leader of band 
and orchestra, and George Hart, property 
man. 

lUsar La Vaklo wilt close on the parks 
Sept 21!, and will Join bands with s lady 
acrobat, and do a burlesque circus. The net 
will be known as La Varao and Huard. 

Lorsttb, "the original dancing Juggler," 
lias Just finished playing five weeks of parks 
in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and Is now 
in bis second week aa a special feature at 
tbe Steel Pier. Atlantic City. N. J. 

PaoBASco, the juggler, who lost all bis 
Juggling stuff, etc., in tbe 'Frisco earth- 
quake, haa bis act together again, and Is 
working the Middle West. 

NOTR8 raoK ClUS. B, MlTBBB A Co.'s 

Earthquake Pictures and Vaudeville Co.— 
We are meeting with great success, playing 
to 8. K. O. The roster la aa follows : Cuds. 
B. Meyers, general manager: C. Ilaya, treas- 
urer : Laura B. Jernagan, Al. Qalenano, Geo. 
Watts, Wm. Wallace and Jno. Kono. We are 
playing West, and booked solid until No- 
vember. Frank Morris Is advertising agent. 

Alici Willabd and Madoi II uo 11 br, who 
have recently closed a forty weeks' engage- 
ment with the Dainty Paree Co., are now 
playing the Harry Ilawn circuit of parks 
through Ohio. Tbey write that their act 
was a big hit at Akron nnd Springfield, and 
they have Dayton, YoungBtown and Erie, 
Pa., to follow, 

cma. A. Callow arrived In New York 
from Europe June 9, In charge of "Knlgma- 
relic" the famous mechanical figure, Harold 
Kelley, who recently purchased tbe figure 
from Perederlck Ireland, will place "Knlgma- 
relle" nt tbe head of his Empire Show, a 
vaudeville combination composed of some of 
the beat American and European acts ob- 
tainable, to play the larger cities next sea- 
son. 

Barker and Babkbb write : "We played 
(irstlot Psrk, Dunkirk, N. Y., week of May 
28, where our new act was a success. Through 
the courtesy of our friends, Stewart and 
Raymond, we made our next Jump to Buffalo 
In their automobile. Tbla week we are at 
Klmira, ami next week we play Ontario 
Beach, N. Y." 

Bkh Link, after working ten weeks through 
New York State, Is now doing park work. 
He opened at Lagoon Island, Albany, July 2. 

Kbank IiIBCourt opened hla Summer sea- 
son at Kalamazoo, Mich., In bis black face 
act. which was a big success. He will rest 
the first two weeks in Auguat at bis mother's 
home at Worcester, Mass., before opening 
his Fall season. 

NOTDS FROM FBBBPORT, III.— Tbla city Is 
to have a new amusement park, now being 
built by the Itrelolg Conatructlon Co., o? 
Terre Haute. Tbe park will be under the 
general management of Mr. Brelulg. A fig- 
ure eight and Summer theatre will be among 
the attractions. 

Job K. Kelly and Viroinnia Kbijiy 
write: "After cloning with the atock at the 
Lyceum To en t re, Boaton, Mass., we were 'en- 
gaged to produce tbe closing comedies with 
tbe Jackson Brothers' Vaudeville Co., which 
opened at Millers JCalls, -Mass., June 2X>, "and 
met with success. ' TVs Bre-trylng to securr 
a family theatre at Hartford, Conn., to open 
In September, and our prospects of getting 
one look good at present writing." 

Thb Dixon Brothers have just returned 
from England, after a two years' absence. 
They opened on June S at East tfnd Psrk, 
Memphis, Tenn. 

Tom Moya, and Bah Shaw, formerly of 
Bhaw and Blake, have formed a partnership, 
and the act will be known as Moya and 
Shsw, singing and talking comedians, 

Lrw Adams, the German character come- 
dian, "whose comedy Is guaranteed to fit any 
Blze audience," has signed with Peunessy's 
Star Show Olrla for next season, to play the 
Gorman part. 

Thb Glinorb Sibtehh have published a 
useful and handsome date book, which they 
are distributing with their compliments. Tub 
Clipteb acknowledges receipt of a copy. 

Winona Wintrr finished ber engagements 
In vaudeville at Proctor One Hundred and 
Twenty-fifth Street Theatre, Sunday even- 
ing, June 24, and went Into active rehearsal 
with Frobman'B "The Little Cherub" Co. the 
following Monday morning. In accepting Mr. 
Hay man s tempting offer for his daughter's 
services Mr. Winter had to cancel one hun- 
dred and four wceka" contracts on this and 
tbe other aide of the Atlantic. 

Raymond Merritt concluded Mb dates Id 
Middle West at idle Hour Park, Pittsburg, 
Kan., June 80, and opens lo Los Angeles July 
0. returning East to play the Kohl* Castle 
circuit In September. 

AnNssxno and Morettb Inform us that 
they met with great success with their com- 
edy sketch, "My New Partner," bIbo making 
a great hit with their singing and dancing 
ana Introducing their violin solo. They are 
lust closing their second week's work at 
Pabst Garden. July 2, at Qwynn Oak Park, 
and July 9, at Klein's Park, Baltimore, Md, 
We are booked solid for the balance of the 
sea son. 

Tub Palacb Tiibateb, Detroit, Dr. P. A. 
Van Hunan, manager, opened June 17, to S. 
R. O., and has done well ever since. For 
week of 26 tbe following people were on the 
bill : Fattlson and Lelpxlger, two rubes ; 
VcrnB Csry, songs and dances; Al. Ham- 
burg, black face comedian; Al. Woods, buck 
and wing dancer ; Cb as. Lawrence, hobo 
comedian ; Baby Gale, soubrette ; Edna May, 
queen of song, and Miss White, Illustrated 
songs. Y. C. Wblttlrr, stage manager; P. A. 
Van Husan Jr., electrician and picture opera- 
tor; Miss Maxwell, caahler, We bare a three 
piece orchestra and full uniformed corps of 
ushers. • 

J. Knwiv Owen writes that he and his 
wife, Dorothy Mae Owen, have been spend- 
ing tbelr Summer vacation on bis father's 
chicken farm In Iowa. They hare signed 
with Rose Bydell's London Belles for tbe 
coming season, making their fourth season 
with that show. Mr. Owen bas been very 
busy writing 'Mr. Campbells burlesque for 
the coming season, entitled "The Prince of 
Petticoats/' This promises to be a revela- 
tion In burlesque. He has also written "The 
Laod of Promise," for the Broadway Gayety 
Girls. These productions are written In 
their entirety, including book, lyrics and mu- 
sic, and there will be no popular songs In- 
terpolated. Mr. Campbell Is having aome 
very fine scenery painted for "The Prince of 
Petticoat*," and ssys that It will be ous of 
tbe finest burlesque shows that ever played 
the wbeel. 

Wallt HiRi.rv (formerly Wally Judge) 
and wife (Ida Howell) are spending tbelr 
vacation on their ranch In Brltlih Columbia, 
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OF THE AUTHOR. ,- 

OTHEH SUCCBSSPUL HITS FOR YOUR APPROVALi 



WE NEVER SEEMED SO FAB APART BEFORE 

THE MESSAGE OF THE OLD CHURCH BELL 

IN THE VALLEY OF CONTENTMENT 

THE WALTZ MUST CHANGE TO A MARCH, MARIE 



BYE-BYE, MY EVA BYE-BYE 

IF YOU CAN'T SAY SOMETHING GOOD 

NEVER, NO MORE 

NO ONE CAN TAKE YOUR PLACE 




THE BALLAD SENSATION, 

WHEN THE 

WHIP-POOR-WILL 

SINGS, 

MARGUERITE. 

By I. FEED HELP. 



GEORGE WALTER SROWN, NAT OSBORNE, E. RAY GOETZ, GEO. FOX, 
LEW LEEVER, CEAS. F. WELLER, WM. CORCORAN, JIM COHAN, 
FRED W. HAGER, and J. FRED HELF always on hand. 

HELF AND HAGER CO., 

(THE BALLAD HOUSE) 



JULY 7. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



549 



ERT 



COMING 



Dan 



GRACEY and BURNETTE 



Ada B. 



The Original Singers of Coon Songs. 

:ooontrlo Oomody Act. 



Full osf Aotlon. 
Will aceept Fare. Comedy or Bjileigm. H.t. goo l Burlesque to Soil nr Fredaco. (All m In e). Ho Omn, The R.al Stall. 



>m Star* to rinlal 

Ari.lr... PAIRIIAVBK, l». J. 



■> 



THE BIO MARCH BONO HIT OP THE 8EJSOJ, 

"ROSA BELLE 

FREC- Prolewiontl Copies to Performers Enclosing Programs. 

JOHN SCHOMAKER, Professional Manager. 
ma« nriny "The Great General Slocuia Fire," "Mother's Blgb," "Lullaby." "When 
fluff maaUl, the Evening Shadows Gather on the Hill," •■Farewell," "Thoughts of the 
Homeward Village," "By My Lover's Side," "Good-bye, Susie," "I Wonder," *T Love Yon. 
tinlv You." "The Old House oo the Hill." "Telegraph," "Will You Love Me Then As Now?" 
-Down when the RoseB Bloom," "I'm Going Bnck to Mexico," "The Girl I Loved la the 
OM New Hnmpshlre Hills." "She Was Waiting at the Tryst I ng Place," "Just Because I 
Learned to Love You," "Just One Boy," "Come to Me, Love/* "She's Sleeping Where the 
Silent Tlldoa Flows," "While Graham at Santiago," "Little llaby In the Cradle," "Lore 
Among the Rosea. 

MELVILLE MUSIC PUB. CO., 55 West 28th St., Hew York. 



Vlc^lYI. MORRIS 

HOLUUO) BUILDING, 1440 Broadway, Corner 40th St. 

T*l*ption*s, 033-054-990 Bryant. Cable A<ldr*«>, WIIlraorHs. 

CHICAGO OFFICIO, 167 DEARBORN STREET. 

Special Attention Will Be Given to Summer Parka and Fairs. ' 
Booking for the Representative Vaurtavllle Theatres of America. 
If, B.— It la Important that artuu send their open time to both the Sew York 
and Chicago Offices. 



Winnetts 



PLAYS, PLAYS, PLAYS, PLAYS 

FOR STOCK THEATRES, REPERTOIRE COM- 
PANIES, AND ROAD TOURS. 

Also bought, sold, and revised. Piaja for ama- 
teurs. Companies rooted and booked. Sendfor free 
catalogue. Temptlog low royalties. TUKEMKK 
GENCY BUREAU, 1402 Broadway, New York City. 



Pacific Coast Amusement Co., 
SULLIVAN and CONSLDLNE, 

Owning and operating 80 First Class Vaudeville Theatres East, Northwest and West. 

w-jarr » mr-ntn~I^T*k « »U Umes, FIRST CLA9S ACTS OF ALL KINDS 
W £%.JJ%- M. JVLF, that can deliver the goods. 

SOLE BOOKIKQ AGENTS: A!,. ONKEN, Family Theatre, 12sth St., New Tort Cltj; CHAS. WHAT, 

SOS American Bant Build. Seattle, Wash. ; CHRIS. 0. BROWN, 6T S. Clark St., Chicago; ARCHIE LEVI, 

111 Eddy SI., San Francisco, Cal. 



WANTED AT ALL TIMES, 

VAUDEVILLE ACTS 

— AND— — 

BURLESQUE WOMEN. 

(HAS. H. WIUIKOI, Pilot. The.tr., Boiton. XaH, 



Just Full of Ideas 

A SMALL KOD.1I IN THE BIO HOVSB 

REMICK'S, 46 W. 28th St. 
BED. ROSE wri*M 

ACTS 

FOR RELIABLE PEOPLE. 

LOOK k3 ~. Porodle., 1 Absolute Knork- 
Pna? out. on the very latest ttlta. 



THEALDEANS 



Joe 



OPEJV TIME. •TTTXt'Sr S 

FIRST CLASS COMEDY ACT FOR BURLESQUE OR THEATRES. Address 

REVERE HOUSE, N. Clark St., CHICAGO, ILL. 



CHARACTER COMEDIAN FOB TRAMP, 

With String Specialty. Also ROUGH IRISH SOUBRETTE. a FBT1TE S. and D. 80U- 

URBTTE, two Juvenile Young Men, Specialty, also two small Soubrettea for Had Boy parts, 
Irish Comedian, Tramp Juggler, 1'lanUt, sight render ; two Working Agnnts. All roust be 
cood dressers on and off. No Amateurs. Send programmes and photos. Season opens Aug. 
lt> and 20, respectively. Address 

YANK NEWELL, Room 135, New Knickerbocker Theatre Bldg., N. Y. City. 



LIBERTY, 

JOHN R. ANDREW, PEARL GOLDING, 



Buil it** <■ Manager or Agent. 
~->ok 



Singing Soubr«U» 
Can Root* and Boole. HelgM/Aft.: Weight, t*01bi. 

EXPERtENCB. ABILITY. WARDROBE. 

wo i(a.oiil Lessee and Manager Fltz & Webster's "A Breexy Time" Co. 
HAVE MONEY TO INVEST IN GOOD SHOW. 

Address JOHN R. ANDREW, Montlcel^o, 111 In it. 



66 



MJJSH 



99 



First 



66 



MXJSH 



99 



RAWLS CSS KAUFMAN 

PA8T9R'3 THIS WEEK (Twice DiilT). HUBS AHD ACTS. IHTITED, 

WANTEDrFO^THlTBEi-rRUBE 8HOW YET, 

Actors wlio double Brass, Juvenile Van, Heavy (miser), Tall Comedian, Character Han (old rube), Gen. 
Bus. Man, man for Props and lilts, men for Trape, and Violin to double 11, and 0., Character Woman. 
All men must double in Band. People with specialties prefprred. State experience and lowest. 
Booze means Instant dismissal. Address MANAGER, care Coppergraph Show Print, Indianapolis, Ind, 



ORCHESTRA WANTED 



[DAR POINT, ON LAKI 



Finest bit Mng beach In lite world. lArgcstand most popular Summer resort In America under one 
management. Tyrolean sinners and Uielieslra and Bofiemlsn Orchestra wanted for seiBon. Also 
Special Musical Features. Address 0. A. BOECKXINO, Cedar Point, Bandnsiy, QMo. 



AT LIBERTY FOR HEXT SEASOS, A GOOD LIVE ACT. 

tom a5S™ T mk 3 

CLIFFORD ■ m ^ 

rreHeutlag Comedy, Singing, Panclngand Music, Introducing MASTER II Y LAND, tho Youngest 
Baton Manipulator in Ihe World. Borne Address, 38 OSBORNE ST., Banbury, Conn. 



ACTORS' SOCIETY OF AMERICA 

Members of the Society are requested to make sore that their correct addresses areon file; also 
Photos. Send in U. S. Express Stubs. W. D. STONE, Secretary, iu Vest 40th Street, New York. 



MANAGERS. 

Let na tarnish A BAND, ORCHESTRA or PIANIST for your company. Good positions for good 
musicians. CRAMPTON'S MUSICIANS BUREAU, » Dearborn St., Chicago, III. 



JEANRE and ELLSWORTH 

HIGH CLASS SISGING AID I0VELT7 I08ICAI ACT. 



TUIIStWIDIMGOODS 
AND LOWEST PRICES. 




30c. per 100. 



Our 1006 STREET- 
MEN'S catalogue it 

now read) lor distribu- 
tion. Writ, lor II to- 
day. You cinnol iltord 
to b. without ■ enpy. 
Hilled fm. 



LEVIN BROS., SHTi 

9032 N. 8IXTH STREET, TBRRE HAPTB, IKD. 



HOW DOES YOTJB 

CANDY PRIVILEGE PIT? 

THE fAKOTTS 

CRACKER JACK 

Packed so It cannot become unsalable, and 
our 6 and 10c. package candle* will greatly 
Increase Its value. Inform as whsra 
fod hold a concession and we will 
tend samples and prices. 

B0ECKHEIH BROS. ft EOISTWf 

■AH SO. PEORIA ST., OHIOAQO. 





PAPER 



Write for Sample* and Prices. 

THE DONALDSON LITHO CO., 

HEWrOHT, KT. 



PROFESSIONALS 

I hope some day In 11 — to meet tho fool who 
llratsald '-Talk Is cheap." lly the way, what talk 
lathe ubeapcstr Answer— deaf and dumb talk 
(there la less of It than any other). Scot winh I 
could talk more (for less money) to you aixmt 
"Ireary's Alloy way." However, send for a 
"profess" copy, and let It talk for l their. 

OHaS. 11. COLKS, Mlddictown, Conn. 



Fl L.IVI S 

FOR SALE OR RENT. 

Dealers in all new and op to date subjects write 
and obtain my quotation on any film you desire 
before purchasing Stereoptlcons, Moving Pic- 
tures, Supplies, etc. 

L. HETZ. 802 K. SM St.. N. Y. 0. 



I 



SlUkoline Tluhta, M.OO; Worsted 
Tight., •9.001 Cotton Tights, 
9LO0; Bilk 'Hants, from ju.tfff - 



Shirts to match, all same price 
as tlghtsf Pumps U5 cents) Gait- 
ers, $i.oo j Elastic Supporter., 
Sl.Oli; Cloth Sapporters, 119 cents) 
Send for catalogue and samples 
of tights free. Positively a de- 
posit required. Satisfaction guaran- 
teed or money refunded. SPIDER BROS., 
88 Woodbine- Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; New 
York omce. Lincoln Bldg.. l fjplon Bq, 



"Tell It To Me" 

EZRA KEMBAIX'S 3d BOOK. 
ALL HEW ■ JUST OUT. 

For sale on oil trains and sews stands, or by 
mall. Ma. Address EZRA KEMBALL. 
50 (oath 7th At... Mt. V.rnon. 11. ¥ 



BLACK TENT TIME. 

Have following UBCd and new Black Tents In 
stock: 23IA0, 12X36, 10X40, 20X40, 21X0S, 10XJ8, 
18xM, 19x51, 25x40, i'lxoo, 22x00.40x80, aino Crank 
and Spring Motor I'lanoa, Koldlnft Orifatiri, Menu- 

S hones, I*J mahoRnny top, wire lea Lunch Counter 
toola,l ( 000 FoldlnKliImirs. Herd for Freo liariraln 
Booklet. B. H. ArmhruHtcr. BprlngQelil.HllnoU. 



— MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES— 

FROM THE 8360,000,000 ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR 

Registering Turnstiles 4 mMMtW>j* ^« STRIP TICKETS 




100, porfert rondltlon.Jaik 
ltk« cut, with tool Ifnviir, 
ReHlstnr frtttn 1 U> 



UHcnnnd hand ticket chn 1 



to 100,0a 



porbuies, eaeh... 



.00 




l'rlriti'i.1 foniHO mtholir"- 
Altlmi; bsvo nnior boon 

I. "i it ; a X*i l-< » r.i'.,; COniOC 

ho red. Bonom 



thuuinml lllo 



limtl-.ru: to. Ik, We, SOf 
phmvaS (Man. IMccprr 
SO In lots i.t»,0«) fit 



i tcitcil snd sorrlceablo. IMto 110 voltnsn: ■ao in abarrou 

,. — oavoti So In small qmuitltlon, rank ...Oo 

I00.QUO umo u aliovo. tirnuil new, In full rami lots, csch ]Oo 

--i.doo now.lS csniiln pswerlamps, oiwh He 

,000 Uini i. nit.'il, tisinrnl colnm, ruby , jnwn, smtior and npal. 

Tfntnl snd stirvloPBlilc. I'rtco csi<h....„ lOe 

...„ .Mo 

>n*'lfi of SOS 
snncd h ftr (I- 
strnctlom fold 
......... 

y nil-i-T make; liraml new. 

an.OO Bpt>clsl I'rlco on Lornor Qusntien 
FOR QANpS, HKi.r. 
Kahkl... .Jl.OO niuo Roriw. 



80.000 same as aboTo. brand new. prluo (laoh.. 

5,000 HARDWOOD FOLDING CHAIRS 

wi.mli best malleable Iron flUlne.; slmpla In con 

Krfoctly list; ttrong. durable* ana coniftirtsblot will not warpi aro 
r superior tr " 



Prlco, In il 

1.000 UNIFORMS 



tt$& 




Wrlto for our Hpeirinl WO-tisuo Cst&Iorue N». H. A. <TK. It eon 

1 of mil kinds of Electric*.! [Supplies, aonersl amustimsnt msUriSl men yoo tre 

it. Wo haro fnr ssle Plro Hoio.sll kinds of Flro-fifhtlna; Apparatus, Klentrleal 

Supplies, bin*.. Hunting, Furniture. Household Goods, Plumbing Material, Msohlnerr - In f»o. 
everything "under the inn." Address 

CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO./ 30th and Iron 8t*„ CHIOACO 



ALL PEOPLE ENGAGED FOR 



WILLIAMS' IDEALS 

Report JULY 9, at 10 i. H„ AT BEETHOVEN BUX, Stb St., near Bowerr, N. T. 
PEOPLE ENGAGED FOB THE 

IMPERIALS 

Beport same plaoe July 16, 10 A. M. Kindly acknowledge o.ll to 

SIIWI \A/l|_l_IArVISB, 

Room HO, Knlrlc.rl.iKk.r ThK.tr. III. If., New York. 
Can u.« 10 mors good Chora, tilrl.. 



1VOTIOJE 

•i- TO -i- 

MANAGERS. AGENTS AND PERFORMEHS 

VJb hav© this day dispensed with the services of Wm. A* Lang and Walter 
F. Keefe. THEY ARE NO LONGER CONNECTED WITH THE BOOKING 
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL THEATRICAL 00. 

Addreas aU ooTi-eiponduoe to 0HRI8 0. BROWN. 

INTERNATIONAL THEATRICAL CO. 



POWER COMEDY CO. 

Wants for balance of Summer and regular aca'on, Soiihrc tte, special Mrs prufurrcil ; (Iharsctor Wtrnmii, 
notovcrjfi. to play Home htavieit; Lcadlnjt Man, Heavy Man, Chaiartor Man, Oun. Ihis, tfaD.xpeclNi- 
tlcH preferred; Agent, and (loud I'lano I'lAver. Slufe loweni Malary (uno h|iow a day) In flnt letter. 
Photon If |i:nwlii]£3. AddrcsH KKKHKItT II. I'OWKK, July A-7, I'niifii, Haliip; July iMi, Hilllnucki't. 
Maine; July 1U14, Lincoln, Maine; July in is, Bllaw. rth, Maine, 



WHO WANTS THE HANDY ANDY, 

Charles Ii. Boyle 

For next season 1 Faroe Conisdjr or Burt* ssJsMh I liavoa Hlronyasid Original Dur- 
losque wl Hi large cast. Addr*<sa 

ciiAIil.KH II. UOVLE. llox 1S4, Vukwouago, Wis. 



Katz, Theatrical Costumer. 

BURLESQUE WORK A SPECIALTY. 

Also KSIIIKOIDEHF.il DRK8HE8 for HncclaltJ Arts. 

lie i.kn . inutiin a vk„ near Hth street, Now York. Tel. am hum. 




some 

TO 



To apply for lowest rate, at 

PaOLTaUSIO'S BXOEUOE OFFICE, 

1M Kail 14th St., Keir Tort, aerraaa BarUgl Bat It 



rrRnPC Boiiaini. Tsleptone, aim oramtroy. i'aijle an 
IiVnurL orws.alMMK. All printed maiwr tun 1 Df. free. 



LEATHEROID TRUNKS. 

LICIIsTKH. THAN MEEI,. SO TIHBB HTRONOHIl TIIAH WIIOU. 
Send for New Theatrical CaUiluKhe. i.eatiibiiiii u HPU. CO., m U'war, N. V,, near eprlng rjt. 



The kind that get the m.iir,. Call .r writ.. F. ft. ZIMHEHlrlaN, aB.l.th St., Pf. V. 



Wee* Jnj J, TONV rASTOR'3, New Yor. City. 



Managers and Agents trr' <d to loos: ns over. 



BLOOD POISON 

FOR MORE.THAN TWENTY YEARS 

wo hare mode the core of Blood Poison a 
gneclaltr. ulood 1'olnon Fennnncntly Cured. 
You can bo treated at homo under samo 
nuaranlr. Caplul JSOO.OOO. We solicit tlie 
most olmtlnote cases. If you lime ei- 
hauBled tlie old methods ol treatment and 
situ have aches and pains, Mucus l'atchea In 
Month.BorcTMoat.l'Imples, Copper-Colored 
Bpou, Ulcers on onj part of tho bodf. Hair 
orErehrows falling out, write forprootsof 
cares, loo-psge Book Free, 

COOK REMEDY CO., 

1 Hi MatonleT.inpl.,Chleito, III..U.8.S. 



UlfSfSI CDC eilDIll ICC °" ,,,i ' "aton>. Oun., Honing Olobei, Iloepa, 

VVUUbMIU VV1 I aa.ia.fuy catalog and 11.1. Kdw. Van W.og. Olnoltinatl.O. 



lillUTCn ' Juv ' ''^'^dlng Mini, Ik-rtvr Mi.n, Qen. Bufl. Mun. Open In W. Va, AllB. 'Si. siikrle. must 
flAn I CU , De low. Hop. Da, No tickets or money advanced before Co. opens unless wo know jou. 
Morry-Bo-'roun.! Fur Hale. People engaged, wrlto. HITKH A OII.HEllT CAR CO., Lclilgliton, l's. 



mn 



IMFF^miAl THE PERFECT TRUNK. 

■rnirUOiUiVU. tub SU proffhuionai, trunk is w. coming 

TRUNKS 



trunk; you will use It sooner or later. Your money 
hack If not pleaded. Send for Catalogue "<J." 

110 W. 40 bTKKKT, Jf. V, 



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mUl UMUIVU. That tie BAL PROFE B8I0NA I, TRIHC Is TIBBE laild. 
udoiuldel That the BAL Profculonai Trunk lath. 



inuNKi 



Jlhuut .nd ,vronga.t trunk on earth r lead tor Caie. 
•Krae '«•• n. w. a»k.i. f 



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I«(inado of HbKB.anillHUUARiNTBKIHij lit maker. 
ItlHllglitliiwelBlit, Thin In the trunk tliallHkeepIng 
tlieolhcr manufacturers gucsKliiff . HoimI for t-atnlosue 
"0." 110 W, 40 BTKEBT.N. Y. 



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Ilwl LOOtUiNWl. No Manager or Agent knows how (rood youract Is until 
hesecslt. The same rule applies to tho UAL Trunk. It 

I nUni\0. loguo "0." 110 W. 40 flTIlEET, N. Y. 



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JULY 7. 



S. LUE38IM I life mimnsimimmni films I P I?KHH A 



oRiBLNAy WEDDING OF THE KM 

KIHGand QUEEN OFSPAIN 

These pictures are GUARANTEED ORIGINAL FILMS OF THE WEDDING 
CEREMONIES OF THE KING OF SPAIN WITH PRINCESS ENA OF BATTENBERG. 
THE CRURCH SCENE IS ABSOLUTELY EXCLUSIVE. The pictures are beautiful 
in photography and first class in every respect HONEY REFUNDED IF NOT 
AS REPRESENTED. 425ft. 851.00 







VENGEANCE 18 MINE, LKS^ffi^LSgSSSh 450ft. S49.50 

A FRE8H BATH, OR THE TRIPPER 
TRIPPED, v^r..., 



ME AND MY TWO PALS, *-">*••-* ■ - 



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130ft. 
310ft. 



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BLACKMAILING THE MOTORISTS, 

An exceeding, fanny plctsur* fall of lite. 



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THE OLYMPIC GAMES AT ATHEN8, GREECE, 

Where tb* AnirleiDi ft«t«lBMOd All other UtlOBI of til* world. 

WE HAVE 4,000 FEET TO SELECT FROM. Ho. FEB TOOT. 

Our 1906 "MARVEL" EXPOSITION MODEL is acknowledged to be the most 

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nportanoe that nobody will buy any other make of Moving Picture Machines 
after having seen our 

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This outfit Complete, INCLUDING TOP AND BOTTOM TAKE-UP DEVICE, 
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FIREPROOF FILM BOXES for Top and Bottom Rewinder 120 EXTRA. 



San Francisco 

Earthquake Films. 

ETEHY FLU 60AH1ITEED OBISDAL 
No. 

6. PAN. FROM NOB HILL 1 25ft. 

7. PAN. OF CHINATOWN .... 6 5ft. 

8. PAN. OF 8T. FRANCI8 HOTEL • 70ft. 
O. THIEVES IN CAMP, Golden Gate Park 65ft. 

10. REFUGEES IN COLDEN CATE PARK - IBOft. 

11. PUN AMONG THE REFUCEE8 - 70ft. 

12. PAN. SAN FRANCI8CO IN FIRE AND SMOKE ROOft. 

13. FIRST TROLLEY AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE 90ft. 

14. DOOMED CITY, 8howlng Falling Houses - IBOft. 
IB. REFUGEES ON MARKET 8TREET - - IBOft. 
IB. WATERFRONT REFUGEES LEAVING SAN 

FRANCI8CO '"* lOOft. 

17. ARRIVAL OF REFUCEE8 AT OAKLAND - 140ft. 
I a FEEDING CHINESE 40ft. 

18. PAN. FROM TELEGRAPH HILL • 88ft. 

20. EFFECT OF EARTHQUAKE .... 7Bft. 

21. PAN. OF MARKET 8TREET BEFORE THE FIRE 4O0ft. 

22. GOING TO THE FIRE, Showing Chief Sullivan, 
Who Was Killed During the Earthquake. - 1 20ft. 

BMX,A£S 11 CBXT8 PER FOOT. 

►M ALSO 100 SLIDES NOW READY. KM 



All Our Films Class A. Price, II Cents Per Foot. Our Beautifully Illustrated Caialagues Free of Charge. 



VITAGRAPH 

FILMS 

12 Cents a Foot 
ANOTHER "HOWLING" SOCCESS! 

THE JAIL BIRD 

AND HOW HE "FLEW." 

A Faroe Comedy Eioape, Combining Extreme Ssoaittonillim with Hllaiiou. 
Side Splittinn, Bib Tickling Comedy. 

Thn Chain Gang — The Revolt — Escape of the Jail Bird — Fierce Encounter on 
It, It. Tracks — A Narrow Shave — Wounded — Keeper Snatched from In Kroot of On- 
rushing Express — Chase Continued on Freight Knglnc — The "Bird" Eludes Ills 
Vursuers by Impersonating a Scarecrow — On the Trail Once More — Woman's Clothes 
Hanging on Line Form Another Disguise — Screnmlngly Funny Chase — Convict In 
Skirts, Closely Pursued by Woman Who Owns the Clothes — Down the Welt and Out 
of Sight— NOW COMES THE BfGUDST LAUGH OF ALL— A Park Bench Has 
Just Been Painted— The Bench la Made of Wooden Slats — Old Qent, In Light Suit 
Slla on Bench and Goes to Bleep— The Jail iHrd steals Old Gent's Long Coat and 
Straw Hat— Old Gent Awnkcs— Starts Pp. Turns Around, and TIIERB ON HIS 
BACK ABR BROAD BLACK AND WHITE STRIPES— On Ills Head the Convict's 
Cop, Which the "Bird" Thoughtfully Planted There — Wardens Rush Up, See tbe 
Stripes, Grab tho Unfortunate Old Gent and Hustle Him Off. 



LENGTH, 



A Novel, Original, Funnj- PlnUh, to 
A Novel, Orlgln.1, Funn y Film. 

... eio 



OTHER REGENT SUCCESSES : 
ALL ABOARD— i "" cT, ' ie7c "" e ■ • 485 Feet 
THE PROSPECTORS -~.~*« 770 Feet 
LOVE vs. TITLE— "r 01 «•«-» - 720 Feet 
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SOLD IN ANY LENGTH. 

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JULY 7. 



THE ISTEW YORK CLIPPER. 



551 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



July 14 



Motes, Personalities and Cements, 

COHCIBflltrO 

STIGE POLK and Sometimes OTHERS 



BT J OBBPSINB GEO, 

Willis Steell, the playwright, whose sketch, 
"The Fifth Commandment," U hooked solid 
for two years, tells bow a professional friend 
of his spends his Summers. The advantage 
of his method consists In expense economy, 
with great gain by war of health, strength 
and nerve force for each coming season. 

"By good management," says Steell, "my 
friend has bis holiday at practically no cost, 
for he baa hem working for him all Bummer. 
The fruit of tbelr labors, which far surpasses 
his own home consumption. Is sold to others 
at market value, Though rather tumbled 
down, the place which he occupies down on 
Long Island costs only about fire- dollars a 
month, and there he wiles away the heated 
term studying and enjoying himself. He 
buys an old plug of a horse for twelve or 
fifteen dollars, keeps the animal busy with 
pleasant drives about the region, and, in the 
Fall sells him for twenty or twenty-five 
dollars. At this time the faithful hens, after 
a full Summer's service, are also sold for as 
much, and sometimes more, than they cost Id 
the Spring, and my friend," concludes Steell, 
"la away ahead at the close of bis quiet rest, 
In pocket, health and nerve force." 

It seems to be a good example for some la 
the profession to follow, for the country Is 
fall of places habitable enough for the Sum- 
mer, and, as the economical old lady re- 
marked about a pancake breakfast, "It's cheap 
an' fllllnV' 

* 
Stories without number have been told by 
managers of traveling companies reflecting 
on the quality of local orchestras, Charles 
Bice, the actor-playwright, tells one which 
la the original from which many similar tales 
have descended. 

When Charles Hoyfa "A Milk White Flag" 
Co, reached, a Pennsylvania town and pre- 
pared- for a full rehearsal, only one local mu- 
sician appeared In the orchestra pit 

"Where are the other musicians?" asked 
the company's director. 

"Ob, they've all gone to a big dance over at 
Wllkes-Barre," was the answer. 

"And why didn't you go with them?" asked 
the director. 

"I should have If I'd been a good enough 
musician," disappointedly replied the left 
over one. 

# 
Josephine Sabel, tbe headllner, la back 
again from abroad, with plenty of handsome 
clothes and gold medals. She begins her 
American tour at the new roof garden at 
the top of the Metropolis Theatre, aptly 
carted "Old Heidelberg In the Air." 

Miss Sabel relates an Instance of how close 
she once came to missing her first perform- 
ance in a town she played following her en- 
gagement at Cheyenne, where the orchestra 
leader retained all of her music. 

She was to take a train Immediately after 
the performance to the next show town, and 
when her manager went to the musical di- 
rector for her orchestratlona, he bad left the 
theatre, taking the music home with him. 
Leaving an Imperative order for it to be for- 
warded, she was obliged to take her train 
without It It was afterwards ascertained 
that the man, although a good musician, was 
new to tbe buslaens of director and the 
necessities of a traveling singer. Hla Ignor- 
ance was clearly shown by his reply to the, 
message ; 

"I liked your music, and I thought I'd keep 
it for the orchestra to play after you went 
sway." 

This situation can be appreciated by all 
vaudeville people whose turn depends on 
their orchestrations. 

9 
Richard B. Mllloy, formerly with Mme. 
Modjeska and other prominent stars, Ib going 
next season with At H. Wilson. He tells 
some amusing incidents of bis life among 
tbe French Canadians, having spent a por- 
tion of his school days In Montreal, lie re- 
lates many incidents Illustrating bow high 
In the estimation of the common people Sir 
Wilfred Laurter, the premier, la held. During 
a conversation, and In order to draw out the 
opinion of one of these people, Mr. Mllloy, 
on the occasion of bis recent visit to Mon- 
treal, naked : 

"Whom do you think Is tbe greatest man 
in the world?" 

"Laurter," conclusively and concisely re- 
plied the French Canadian. 

"But is he greater than was that wonder- 
ful American, Lincoln?" continued the actor. 
"Yes," replied the Canadian, lapsing Into 
the Idiom of mixed pronouns, "yes, she Is 
greater as even Washington." 

"Is Laurler greater than Napoleon?" per- 
sisted the Interlocutor. 

••Well — yea," hesitated the Canadian. 
'Laurler, she la the greatest in the world." 

Then the actor, seeking to teat to the ut- 
Host the man's estimation of the premier, 
and knowing him to be a ferven: Catholic, 
continued: 

"And do you really think him greater than 
the pope?* 

"Well," hesitated the faithful one, "well— 
Laurter ees young yet I" 

Another Instance among Mllloy's verbatim 
reminiscences of the mixing of genders, 
prevalent la conversations with these people, 
occurred at the time of the funeral cere- 
monies of the queen. 

"The Queen of England," said one to an- 
other, "he Is deed." 

"Bo?" was the Interrogative reply. 

"Yes," continued the other, "and the king, 
the has got hi* Job." 

"Oh, baa ehet My I but the must have a 
good pull with Laurler I" was the exclama- 



tion, which conclusively showed where the 
premier stood In the Canadian's loyal opinion. 

m 

A prominent New York hotel man, whose 
Summer residence Is "Forty-five Minutes from 
■Broad-way," at New Rochetle, the place that 
George M. Cohan's play and song of that 
name has made famous, Is responsible, so 
they say, for suggesting a novel advertise- 
ment. A benefit baxaar was held in the town, 
lasting from the thirteenth to the twenty- 
third of the month. The big banner stretched 
across the street advertising this fact, named 
the date as follows : 

"From June Hoodoo to June Bktdoo." 

At tbe baseball game, recently, at the 
American League Park, between George 
Ooban's "Yankee Doodle Boys" and the 
"Green Boom" nine, the score was IS to 2, 
In favor of the Cohan boys. Though tbe 
young comedian Is a wonderful player him- 
self, he was not with his nine. The audi- 
ence, an invited one, consisted principally 
of members of the theatrical profession. A 
conversation, amusing to one who under- 
stands the game and Its vernacular, took 
place at this game between a young woman, 
who evidently had never before witnessed 
one, and her masculine escort The writer 
heard htm tell his young friend, who ap- 
parently was a member of the chorus, to ask 
him anything about the game that she wished, 
and be would enlighten her on the subject. 
I think he afterward must have regretted his 
offer, for she kept him interminably busy 
replying to her absurd questions. 

"What are all those men running for?" 
she naively asked, after a ball had been 
batted and the fielders had started for It. 

"For the fly," was the answer she received. 

"What's that?" she asked. 

"Why, that high ball," said her friend, 
pointing 1n the direction of the ball, which 
In her Inexperience she could not follow. 

"Oh," he groaned In deepest sympathy, 
"they didn't get It after all." 

"Isn't that too bad," she exclaimed, "and 
they look so tired and thirsty." 

Later he explained that, to get a run, a 
batter had to pass the plate. When one of 
the "Yankee Doodle Boys" came In on a 
home run, she exclaimed : 

"I didn't see him handing around anything 
that looked like a plate." 

"No," smiled her friend qulzlcally, "he 
passed the plate with his feet," 
««» 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN KEITH. 



age. and that was tbe magnet which drew 
ladles and children In great numbers for the 
first time la the history of the varieties. It 
still la a powerful lodestone In filling bis 
houses to-day. Soon came a reaching out for 
never worlds. Providence, in 1888, had Its 
Keith's, formerly known as Low's Opera 
House, on Westminster Street Then In No- 
vember, 1880, was opened the oft-termed 
"Mint," in Philadelphia, the Bijou, on Eighth 
Street, between Race and Vine. Of course. 
It waa Inevitable that New York would 
eventually see a Keith atronghold, and it did 
In September, 1803. In the rejuvenation of 
the historic Union Square Theatre there 
emerged "Keith's of New York." And ao 
with the lucky "four-leaved clover" circuit 
of houiei In Boston, Providence, New York 
and Philadelphia, prosperity thrived so 
markedly thst newer, palatial edifices were 
planned. Boston was tbe first city to be 
amazed at tbe splendor of a Keith palace, 
reared almost on the Identical site of the 
empty store which first disclosed Little Baby 
Alice to the world. That was on March 26, 
1806. Boston has never ceased to gape with 
wonder at thla gorgeous temple of Thespls. 
end the Hub's head has reared proudly aloft 
for years. Next came Philadelphia Into tbe 
limelight with Its newest of Keith edifices 



WASHINGTON. 



Sent tie,— At the Grand Opera House ( Bus- 
sell a Drew, lessees) Henrietta Crosman, In 
"Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary," with an ex- 
cellent company, had big business Jnne 26-27. 
The San Francisco Opera Co. repeated "The 
Mascotte," 28-30, to crowded houses. They 

S resented "Princess Chic" July 1, 2, Nat C. 
oodwin, in "The Genius" and "When We 
Were Twenty-one," 8-6; the Ssa Francisco 
Opera Co., In "Princess Chic," 6-14; San 
Francisco Opera Co., in "Robin Hood," week 

Of 16. 

Ssattlb (John Cort, manager). — The Frew- 



ley Co., In "The Wife?' had good housea June 
"4 and wee" 

>ek waa " 

14. 

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ng_ l _ _ 

week was "The Liars." "The Charity Ball' 
8-14. 



1HI3D A TIME \nusseii « urew, uioun- 

gers).— The Ajlesworth Co., In 'The Straggle 
for Gold," June 24 and week, drew good 
houses. July 1 and week the bill was "Kid- 
napped." "A Ruined Life" 8-14. 

Stab (E. J. Donellan, manager). — New 
people week of 2 : Kalinowskl Bros., Lyons 
and Cullom, Hilton Dawson and company, 
Laura Howe and company, Frances Folaom 
and Boy, Peter Dunsworth, and moving pic- 
tures. 




DAN 9. FISIIELL, 

Press A sent 

Of the Barnum ft Bailey Show, looking over The Clippib. 

Through an error, the above cut appeared over the name of Charles Andres*, in last tceek't 

Issue. 



The man of the hour — In vaudeville — is 
B. F. Keith, tbe originator of the con- 
tinuous performance, which has now reached 
its majority—the twenty-first year of Its 
existence. The very recent merger of the 
great vaudeville Interests of the country, 
through the coalition of the B. P. Keltb 
looking offices and the Western Vaudeville 
Acsociation, under the new title of the United 
Booking Oficea of America, has brought Mr, 
Keith forward sa the dominant figure with 
others throughout the proceedings, especially 
as the national booking alliance followed so 

Juickly on tbe merging of the Keith and 
'roctor enterprise In New York and Jersey 
City. In all the multifarious details pre- 
liminary to the formation of the Keith ft 
l'roctor Amusement Company, as well as In 
the preparatory work of uniting tbe booking 
offices of the cast and West, the finesse, tact 
and diplomacy of Mr. Keith were apparent 
at all times. 

Cliitlb readers are sure to be Interested 
In a resume of tbe career of the man who 
has come to be a figure of International lm- 

Kirtance In theatricals, Benjamin Franklin 
eith was born In Illllsboio Bridge. New 
Hampshire, the youngest of a family of 
eight, whose father was of Scotch parentage, 
and tbe mother a descendent of the French. 
Rural district schools and the village acad- 
emy gave him his rudimentary education, 
and he was the well-bestowed lad of good 
deportment, content with a fanner's life until 
bis eighteenth year. At that time. In West- 
ern Massachusetts, he saw hla first show. 
That was Van Amburgh's Circus, and the im- 
pression It made upon the embryonic mag- 
nate's mind was so vivid that shortly after- 
ward he broke away from the farm ilfe and 
was unconsciously drawn toward the ahow 
business himself. His first activity datei 
back to Bunnell's Museum In New York, and 
then, In rapid succession, with varying 
fortune, he journeyed with Barnum, with 
Batcbeller ft Doris, and with Forepaugb. 
Eventually he found himself In Boston, where, 
on January 8, 1883, modern vaudeville, as 
exemplified in the reigning: Keith type of 
entertainment, had Us Inception — and con- 
fessedly a most modest start In every way. 
This was In a vacant store, thirty-five feet 
long by fifteen feet wide, tapering to six 
feet In width at Its narrowest limit, in a 
building on. Washington Street, covered by 
the present site of the Adams House. The 
first attraction was "Baby Alice," three 
months old, weighing one and a half pounds. 
From this singularly Insignificant beginning, 
with an infantile phenomenon as tbe sole 
attraction, has evolved the Twentieth cea- 
tury completeness of vaudeville. In all Its 
panoply of gorgeously appointed theatres and 
faultless entertainment. The Washington 
Street store, In the rspld march of progress, 
was Boon superseded by larger quarters, 
which were eventually dignified by the ap- 
pellation of "The Gaiety Museum." For 
two years, or until 1855, when Mr. Keith 
found himself In possession of an auditorium 
on the ground floor, with a capacity of five 
hundred persons and a lecture hall upstairs, 
success was only Intermittent. Then he 
evolved that daring creation of a courageous 
master mind — the continuous performance — 
the advent of which, on July 0, 1885, marked 
an epoch In theatrical hlBtory and established 
a new era In tbe amusement world — and It 
was solely the brain-child of B. F. Keith. 
There were not lacking critics and croakers, 
who emphatically predicted only disaster 
and utter failure for the new Idea, but 
from Its very Inception tbe continuous per- 
formance met with the public's positive en- 
dorsement, and now, having attained its ma- 
jority — Its twenty-first birthday — the crown 
of success rests as firmly as a capaheaf on 
the remarkable record of Its Inventor. In 
upward of a halt hundred cities In America 
are found to-day theatres devoted to con- 
tinuous performance, a salient testimonial 
to the whdom and foresight of the man 
whose Bagaclty created It. 

Rapidly increasing success made It Impera- 
tive for Mr. Keith to obtain larger qunrters 
than the old Gaiety, and In the Kail of 1886 
he leased the Bllou Theatre, immediately 
adjoining. Splendid results almost direct- 
ly followed, and a reign of solid pros- 
perity was Inaugurated. By far the strongest 
factor In the establishment of that popu- 
larity so quickly accorded Mr. Keith's per- 
formance, was the rigidity of discipline main- 
tained In the absolute cleanliness of the 
stage performance, as well as In the conduct 
of the theatre in all Its environment. "At- 
tractiveness la every department of the the- 
atre" was the Keith keynote two decades 



of magnificence, on Chestnut Street, In the 
very heart of the shopping district 

Its dedication, on Nov. 10, 1002, caused 
staid, demure Quakertown to sit up straight, 
rub Its eyes and marvel tremendously. ' Ita 
amazement has never ceased, and smell won- 
der, for the new Chestnut Street house la as 
an Aladdin's wiah creation. From erecting 
beauteous temples, Mr. Keith of recent years 
has devoted his attention to augmenting tbe 
acope of his enterprises. With all that 
caution and rare Judgment for which he Is 
noted, theatre after theatre has been added 
to the group of houses until they now number 
one hundred and thirty, either under the 
Keith control or for which the United Book- 
ing; Offices have exclusive booking privileges. 
The full Import of the magnitude of Mr. 
Keith's plan to extend his operations was 
better appreciated a few weeks ago, when, 
early In May, theatrical circles In the United 
States read of the merger of the four Proctor 
theatres In New York with Keith's Union 
Square and the Keith Jersey City house, and 
the merger, on May 15, with the S. Z. Poll 
Interests, extending from New England well 
Into the middle West. 

The great welding together of the Keith 
and Proctor properties weat Into effect on 
the formation of the Keith ft Proctor Amuse- 
ment Company, which began Its career on 
Jnne A. 1906, with these theatres under the 
new title, as follows: Keith ft- Proctor's 
Union Square, Keith & Proctor's Twenty-third 
Street, Keith A Proctor's Fifth Avenue, Keith 
ft Proctor's Fifty-eighth Street, Keith ft Proc- 
tor's One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Street, 
and Keith ft Proctor's Jersey City. 

Mr. Keith at alt times Insists on not only 
not accepting all the glory, but rather pre- 
fers to sharing It with others of the specially 
competent and exceedingly efficient staff with 
which he has been surrounded for twenty 
years, and most of whose members are still 
with him. He fully realizes the benefits that 
have accrued thereby, not only In continu- 
ous service to date, but In tbe case of those 
who have passed away, as well as In that of 
others not now directly connected with his 
enterprlpes. Foremost among all these Mr. 
Keith feels It would be unfair not to mention 
hla general manager, Mr. E. F. Atbee, to whom 
he has always declared, he owes a very large 
share of his success, and from whom he has 
received especially effective assistance, not 
only in a managerial direction, but in an un- 
commonly artistic way, combined with a 
thoroughly practical and comprehensive 
knowledge of every theatrical detail. 

Still the master brain to conceive a vast 
project of this enormous extent the master 
Sand to execute the devious details of this 
great superstructure of vaudeville, have been 
those of a dominant force, involving courage, 
determination, InCexIbte purpose to never ac- 
cept failure, but ever to strive for success, 
and that force la represented, as expressed 
above, In "the man of the hour"— B. F. Keith. 

Si I 

SUMMER SHORE UOOZC. 



Obphbuk (T. J, Considlne, manager). — 
New people week of 2 : The Aliens, Jessie 
Dale, Boyd S. Cobb and company, Boscoe 
Sisters. West and Buller, Tracey McDer- 
mott, and moving pictures. 

Pantages' (Alex, Pantages, manager). — 
New people 2 and week : MandervllTe Sis- 
ters, McKenxle- Moore Co., Frances Seymour, 
Maud Sharp, Wilson and LecelBter, Arthur 
Elwell, and moving pictures. 

Strand (Mose Goldsmith, manager).— 
New people week of 2 : Dunbar Sisters, 
Myrtle Wood and Edith Harlan. 

Gaiety {Fred Ritchie, manager). — New 
people week of 2: Eva Merwln, Florence 
Warner and Doris Ebert / 

Thalia ( Mose Goldsmith, manager) . — 
New people week of 2 : Irma Goodwin, Ethel 
Morton and Mabel Roberta. 

Notxs.— It has been decided not to ex- 
tend the Orpbeum circuit to Seattle, Port- 
land and Spokane, as wag planned, this sea- 
son Manager Cort has returned from 

New York Cltv Flakey Barnett, a well 

known vaudeville manager, died June 29, in 
this city. He had been in falling health for 
tbe past two years, though his death was 
quite unexpected, resulting from complica- 
tions. Interment under the auspices of tha 
Fraternal Order of Eagles, July 1. 
a— 1 

Tncoma.-At the Tacoma Theatre (Chaa. 
II. Herald, manager) the Brandon Players, 
in "The Heart of Kentucky," July 1 ; ^Onr 
American Heroines'' 2-4, and "The Rogue's 
Gallery" 6 and 7, Henrietta Crosman. in 
Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary," 6. 8. R. 0. 
for Nat Goodwin's performance of "The 
Genius'* last week, 

Ghako (Dean B. Worley. manager).— 
«eek beginning 2: The Apollo Trio, Edgar 
Taylor Rachael Acton and company. In "'A 
Biter Bit:" the Great Fallnrdo, Stanley and 
Scanlon, Frank Rowan, In Illustrated songs, 
and Grandiscope. ^" 

Star (H. M. Owens, mannger). — Week be- 
r ] T nn°g 2, the Allen Stock Co., in "The 
While Squadron," William V. Mong In the 
leading role. 

Crystal (W. J. Tlmmons, manager).— 
Week beginning 2: Meadows and Lessors, 

SSCT *SS Alr .„ T - Lane - Haslett Trio 
lorn La Rose, In illustrated song, and rW 
tlon pictures. ° 

Note. — Albert Gray and wife, Edith 
Moxom Gray, of Massachusetts, have been 

bKP*i by „i Mr -. Nor E5 n i of <■• Tacoma 
Hotel, to give fortnightly afternoon mu- 
S2? 1ST! toe v 8un »ner, at the Tacoma 

Sr r™ Ur . raj haB a « tenor Tolce and 
Mrs. Gray Is an accompllahed planiste 

-#■♦♦■ 

CANADA. 



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bv the vacationist. The book contains 04 

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popular as a vacation resort, haB become 
doubly popular Blnce the New Jersey Central 
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In addition to tbe famous Sandy Hook Route. 
If you are Interested In a vacation, be sure 
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«-•»•* 

MONTANA. 



Butte. — At the Broadway Theatre (J. K. 
Heslet, mannger) the Royal Hnwnllan Band 
delighted four capacity audiences June 26 
and 27. Coming : Henrietta Crosman, In 
"Mary. Mary, Quite Cantrary." 

Quash Opera IIocse (Dick P. Sutton, 
manager). — Week of July 1. Lulu Button 
and company, in "A Family Muddle." Busi- 
ness at this Louse Is always One, and the 
stock company that has been playing there 
for several months past has found favor. 
♦♦♦ 

Violet Dalb hns been engaged for a part 
In "The Strenuous Life." 



t M «J»<««1— At Theatre Francals (P. W. 
Le Cla r, manager) the Fuller Stock C* 
closed its engagement at this house with 

3teASS? **•■ ■»»•■•" •» s 

Stanley Hall.— The Barnard Stock Co 
SEES we , ek tf 2 t t0 ,al r houses, with "My 
Mother-in-law." [ 'A Man of Mystery" o-l/ 

DpuiNiox Park (H. A. Dorsey, manager)' 
—Big crowds visited this park 1-7. Thi at- 
tractions were Morln's Band, De Renio and 
Ladue, and the Breakaway Barlows. 

WW).r - Bm sTssan tka the week of 1 was ex- 
cellent. The bill was as follows : The Ex- 
position Four, Selma Braatz, Three Cameras 
Sisters. Jules Gogny, Mile. Cantarenle, Or- 
caeBtrapbone, and Lavigne's Band. 

RiVKssinn Pabk <A1. E. Read, manager) 

This park bad good attendance 1-7, with the 
fol owing bill: Leon, Adeline and Rice, Rice 
and Llmer, Cadleux, Ben Beyer, Hodges and 
Launehmere, and the bioscope. 

AnENA (W. Nortbey, manager).— The Block 
Dike Band week of 9. "" *""-■ 

■ t 

St. John.— At the Opera House (A. O. 
Skinner, manager} Roselle Knott, in "Cousin 
Kate, opened a three days* engagement July 
1 (Domfnlon Day), with two performances, 
to good business, at advanced prices, and 
pleased. Itoselle Knott and Ernest Haatinjra 
deserve mention. "When Women Love" B-7 
"Peck and Hla Mother-in-law" 0-11, Cohens 
moving pictures of San Francisco dlsas*er 
12-14,llerrmann the Great 10-21. 

Notkr.— Harvey L. Watklna, representing 
Barnum & Bailey's Circus, and advertising 
car No. t in charge of Lester W. Murray, 
arrived here June ^8, and the result of their 
visit is that the city is covered with paper. 
The big ahow comes July 20 A. Spits 



of BpIU * Nitbansoa. of Provtdenca R. r 
was In town 8......T. H. Wlnnstt, of wir': 

nett's Emergency Bureau, New York was ii. 
the city SO-'july 0. Mr. WInnett camTher'. 
partly for a vacation and partly to sea hi 
relatives, who reside here.V^.. TbTh - 
Augustus W. Peters, president of the BorouV'i' 
of Manhattan, formerly of this city, end ft- 
late Jodge B. Lester Peters, of this ah V 
wore cousins of Mr. WlcnetL Before eolti : 
home Mr. Wlnnett intends going to HaTtfaV 
ft 8., to visit other relative!. . . . J j "B£ 

strong, manager of the York Theatre her.' 
hat again secured the lease of the o»r-.' 
House at Moncton, N. B. Former leasee ■ V 
E. Halatead, will manage the Moncton ■assa 
for Mr. Armstrong. 

' ' - • 

Winnipeg. — At the Winnipeg Theatre 
(C. P. Walker, manager) the Rostfan ££ 
Co. played to very fair business week of Jii'i" 
25. and held the boards 'till July 4. "A Mb 
sage from Mars" 6-7. 

Bijoo (Nash & Burrows, proprietors) — 
Business good. Following for week of "■ 
The Waltons, the Bell Trio, Eddie Gray an-i 
company. B. A. Browne, the Medallion Trio 
and moving pictures. 

Unique (Nash 4 Burrows, proprietors) — 
moving pictures and Illustrated aonrs. At- 
tendance good. 

— -e 

Ottawa. — At the Auditorium, Brltanla-or- 
the-Bay (J. B. Hutchison, manager) ascd 
patronage enjoyed the bill last week, which 
Included: The PlccUnl Family, Reta Curt it 
John Le Clair, the Basque Quartette, and the 
biograph. 

Nots. — Work has commenced on the new 

vaudeville house to be erected here, and 

controlled by the Bennett Theatrical Co. h 

Is Intended to have it completed by October. 

— - — - » - 

Toronto. — At Honlon's Point (Ch. Hs> 
Mahon, manager) Clark's dogs and ponies 
drew well July 2-7. 

Mdhbo Park (Wm. Bank, manager). — The 
large audiences, 2-7, were mucn pleased with 
an excellent card, which included the Hoods 
Miss Browning, Mozart, Five Donasettls, and 
the Swlckards. 

♦■» 

OKLAHOMA, 



Oklahoma City. — At Delmar Garden 
(Slnopolou & Marre, managers) North Bros.' 
Comedians closed July 1, to fine business 
Vaudeville will be offered from now on, and 
tbe opening for July 2 and week was ex- 
ceptionally strong, with Murry K. Hill, Robt. 
De Monte Trio, Mills and Lewis, the Vivians 
and the Musical Pierces. 

BiJOU Air Dous (E. J. Lassarre, pro- 
prietor). — Lulu Beesoa and Harry Ferguson, 
the. Alblans, Jack Benson, Martin Fay Jack- 
son, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Milton and Biiou- 
Jraph drew capacity business for Sunday, 
uly 1, making np the best bill tbe house 
has had. 

Eupirtr. Thkitrb (A. Felstenstela, mana- 
gerJ.-^The bill for week of 1: Budworth 
and Wells, B. W. Cooper, J. A. Nesbrtt and 
ktnodrome. Fair business. 

Nona. — The Oklahoma City Amusement 
Co. was organlied June 25 with the follow- 
ing members : S. S. Baldwin, Arthur P. Cut- 
ter, of the Bijou circuit; S. C. Heyman, !. U. 
Putnam and others. The company will im- 
mediately erect at Putnam's Park a shoot the 
chutes, amphitheatre and casino, and have 
same ready for Labor Day. They expect to 
spend $300,000 on the place before the open- 
ing of the next season. Mr. Cutter represents 
the Chicago capital, and will have every- 
thing of the best It will be under the 1)1- 
jou circuit management, and will be booked 
from tbelr Kansas City or Chicago offices. 

« i I 

OTIEGON. 



Portland— At the Helllg (W. T. Paogle, 
manager) the Kendall Musical Co. had a 
good house July 1, to witness "Wane." 
which was the attraction until 6, when Nat 
C. Goodwin presented "The Genius," fol- 
lowed by "When We Were Twenty-one" 7. 
The Kendall Mualcal Co. did good business 
week of June 24, with "The Telephone Girl." 
"Cavallerla Rustlcana" will be put on July S. 

Bakes (Geo. L. Baker, manager).— The 
Baker Theatre Co. presented r 'Rlp Van 
Winkle." to good houses July 1. The com- 
pany did good business week of June 24. 
with "Madame Sans Gene." The season of 
tbe theatre will be brought to a close bv an 
elaborate spectacular production of "Uncle 
Tom's Cabin" week of July 8. 

Lyric (Keating h Flood, managers). — 
The Lyric 8tock Co. presented "A Woman's 
Sacrifice," week of July 2. 

Stab (James H. Errlcison, mansger), — 
Tbe Star Stock Co. presented "A New Agent" 
week of 2. 

Grand (James H. Errlckson, manager).— 
Anne Hamilton, Leeds and Lemar, James I*. 
Lee and company, Margaret Severance, 
Harold Hoff, and Grandiscope. 

Pantaoes (John A. Johnson, manager). — 
F. H. Stanafield, Mills and Emery, Columbia 
Male Quartette, E. J. Brown, Jean Wilson 
and the biograph. 

Fbitz'b (Fred Frlti, manager). — Hyaline 
Allen, Jessie Stewart, Mae N. Vernon. Bar- 
ney Mulally, Marie Dlllard, Baby Ruth, M 
Bolsette, Rooney and Forrester, Frances Kl- 
mer, Jones and Rnvelle, JesBle Gautier, Vlr- 

Sinls Vernon, R. Thompson, Clara Stanley, 
ladellne Carbonette. Dan Hart and Billlc 
Wallace. 

Tna Oars (S. H. Frledlander, manager) 
continues to be favored with extremely large 
patronage. 

44» 

INDIANA. 



Indianapolis. <— The weather has been 
very unfavorable for outdoor amusements 
here thlB season. At Wonderland the Flying 
Baldwins, Flood Bros., Reed Sisters, and n 
grand display of fireworks, Wednesday and 
Friday nights, drew good crowds week of 
July 2. 

Faibbahbt. — Kojpp's Band drew well week 
of 2. Gargullo'a Band week of 0. 

Whitb Citt. — Ostendorf'B Orchestra was 
the feature week of 2. Business was fair. 



Bvanavllle. — Cook's Park (Harry Lew- 
ranee, manager) continues to enjoy popu- 
larity, and big crowds attend steadily, lbe 
Flying Moorea were featured week of July 
l. ana a strong vaudevite bill was among 
the other attractions. 

Oak Summit Park hod a good list In 
vaudeville week of 1, Including: Franceses 
Redding and company, Ogarlta Arnold, John 
A. West, Frank Walsh, McKay and Fred- 
ericks, and the kinodrome. 

Notes. — Bvansvllle's first Chautauqua 
opened to thousands of people on July *• 
and special programmes have been arranged 

for each day T. A. Pedley, of Pedley 

and Burcb, will In all probability start u 
stock company at tbe People's the latter 
part of July, to run during the entire Sum- 
mer. The People's has had entirely new elec- 
tric lighting facilities and new decorating 
done for the coming season. 

I* Fayette. — At the Family Theatre 
the bill for the week of July_2 was strength- 
ened on account of July 4. The people were: 

Harry Boyd, Beamons Trio. Mabel Addlngton, 
and Pbllbrook and Reynolds. Week of Julv 
C: Glimore and Carroll, F. G. Frosinl and 
Kenneth Qolvey. Good business rules. 

Notes. — Kenneth Qulvey. who has ac- 
cepted a position at the Family Theatre, ft 
a cousin of Grace Van Studdlford (*"" 
Qulvey). He possesses a fine baritone voice- 
....Laura McDowell has resigned as singer 

of the Illustrated songs Joe Sullivnn. 

electrician, has also left His place la fill**" 

by Roy Johnson Msnsger Rosbrufh hns 

taken charge of the Family Theatre In Hunt- 
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» 144 LA SALLE ST. vlS. 



HAINE. 

Portland. — At tbe Cape Theatre, Cape 
Cottage Park (E. V. PhelarL, manager), 
ttplcndld business favored the stock week of 
July 2, In their entertaining presentation of 
"What Happened to Jones." Tbe patrons 
are offering; every encouragement that liberal 
patronage affords, and tbe company earnestly 
endeavors to please. The bill week of 9 will 
be "Mr. Barnes of New York." 

Gem Theatee. Peak's Island (C. W. T. God- 
iuff,. manager). — For a Summer playhouse, 
arranged to most fully meet the desires of 
the amusement loving people, this resort 
seems to fill the bill In every way. For week 
of 2, the stock catered to extensive business, 
giving great satisfaction In ' tbelr presenta- 
tion of "By Right of Sword." The Bos- 
tonls Ladles' Orchestra proves Tery enjoy- 
able In tbelr rendition of a select programme 
previous to each performance. "A Prodigal 
Father- 9-14. 

Jeffebbon Theatee f Cain ft Grant, man- 
agers). — Bartley McCullum, in this, his home 
crty, Is a drawing card par excellence, and 
surrounded, as he Is, -with a select company 
of players. In his Summer stock company, 
the attraction la sufficient to ensure tie best 
of business, which haa been the rule since tbe 
engagement opened. The play last week was 
"A Double Life," which was pleasingly pre- 
sented. FV>r 9 and week, "Our Boys." 

Fostlakd Theatbb (J- E. Moore, mana- 
ger). — This vaudeville hoase. after tbe long- 
est and most successful season In its history, 
closed T, attendance for the last week keep- 
ing well up to the average. Manager Moore 
haa many important matters to engage hla 
attent'on appertaining to the construction of 
the new Keith Thea-tre here, while Business 
Manager XSersUe goes as manager of Seaalde 
Tark, Old Orchard, for tbe Summer, Prof. 
Bishop also being located at the same resort 
during the warm weather. 

River-ton Pabk (D. B. Smith, resident man- 
ager). — Gorman's Imperial Minstrels drew 
large crowds 2-7. For week of 9, "The Belle 
of Boston." 

Note.— Bermim ft Bailey's Circus comes 14. 

— 4>» 

KENTUCKY. 



Loalsvtllc. — At Fontaine Ferry Park (Wm. 
Reich man, manager) a strong Mil drew good 
crowds to the pavilion week of July 1. The 
Eight Bedouin Arabs were the headlines. 
Manager Reichman has introduced an Inno- 
vation for tbe children hv inviting them to 
the park on Saturdays, with their lunch 
baskets, to apend the entire day. He allows 
them admissions to certain concessions. Tbe 
programme for week of 8 : Paplnta. Four Em- 
perors of Music. World and Kingston, La Vine 
and Leonard, Nellie Florede, and the kino- 
drome, 

Jocket Club Pahk (Matt J. Winn, mana- 
ger) .— Gargullo's Band attracted large crowds 
week of 1. This band bos made Itself ex- 
ceedingly popular during Its short stay, and 
the management baa decided to retain It for 
another week. 

Notes. — Fontaine Ferry Park and Jockey 
Club Park gave extensive exhibitions of fire- 
works on Fourth of July night, end Immense 
crowds attended Hilda M. Hlnes, a mem- 
ber of the "Coming Thro* the Rye" Co,, was 
granted, on July 2, a decree of divorce from 

Arthur W. B. G. B. Hlnes Jack Bopke, 

manager of the Bijou Theatre, at EvanavTlle. 
Ind., Is spending bis vacation at bis home 
here. He haa charge of Tim Hurst's Auto 
Tour, giving exhibitions of a trip through 
Washington and New York. He leares, 15, 
for Evansvllle, to get his house In readiness 
for next season. 



HEW HAMPSHIRE, 



Manchester — The Opera House, com- 
pletely renovated, will reopen with vaudeville 
Sept. 3, under the management o* Frank G. 
Hack, of Lowe'l, Mass. 

Pauk Thiatbb (John Stiles, manager). — A 
series of men's meetings Is being held here. 
July 1 to Aug. is. 

Bakn rat ft Bailey Circus, A, played to the 
capacity of the tent. During tie afternoon 
performance, while the "Peace" spectacle was 
on, a heavy wind and rain storm arose, which 
for a few moments threatened to blow down 
the large tent, and which caused the Immense 
audience to leave their Beats and start a 
stampede for the exits. Fortunately the em- 
ployes succeeded In calming the people, as- 
sisted by the band, which struck op a lively 
tune. Everybody quieted down, anif the show 
continued, after a delay of about fifteen 
minutes. 

NOTBB.— T. F. Thomas, who waa here with 
Klce ft Barton s Co., put on the musical ex- 
tra vnganxa at the lake pavilion, week of July 
I- Bessie Lane and Henrietta Wheeler are 

with the company Ernest A. Provencher, 

formerly stage manager of the Park Theatre 
here. Is managing the Summer tour of Story's 
Canvas Theatre Co. 



COLORADO. 



Denver.— At Elltch's Gardens (Mary Ellteh- 
Loug, proprietor) May Buckley, the popular 

nctrces, who has been leading woman at this 
resort since the opening of the season, flnlshed 
her engagement Inst week. In "Secret Service" 
and "A Japanese Nightingale," before large 
houses. Week of the etock company will 
present "The Crisis," with Maude Fealy. who 
s equally us popular as May Buckley, In the 
leading role. Week of IS, "Mrs. LefflrjgweU's 

SSE'HSS Bwcn <W. S, Ball, manager). 
—• The Geisha" was the attraction la the 
theatre last week, the Augustin Daly Co 
giving an excellent presentation. The attend- 
ance waB large, eopeclally oa the Fourth 
Week of 9, "A Clrcua GlrL 

Curtis (A. IL Pelton, manager).— The 
Theodore Lorch Stock Co. opened 1, In "A 
Soldier of the Eroplre^' and did fair bnsl- 



boiaier or the Empire" and did fair bra 
ncsa Week of 8, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 

Novbltt (Henry Lubelskl, manager). 

BnslnesB continues good, the bill for the past 



M. BTRA88MAN 

ATTORNEY, 803 Broadway, New York Cltj. 



"™'u™ Kuuwuura gooa, me diu ror toe mat 
week Including Ibe IIes 8 Bistere, VarraUa, 
Hunker and pictures. 

Kmpisb (J. B. Clifford, rattnaaer). The 

Flucner Theatre Stock Co.. from Ban Fran- 
cl8co, still holds the boards, and does cood 
Business. Lost week Klghtlns Dick Hyland 
met all comers, in four round wilts, each tjer- 
fcrniance. *^ 

CBTSTAr, (O. I. Adams, manajjer).— An ex- 
cellent bill drew good houses the past week 
Brydpas Dog Circus. Luce and Luce, James 
end l'ryor, llussell. O'Neill and Russell, and 
pictures mede up the bill. 

Notes.— The Bsida Rosea, at Clly rark. 
with fireworks on the Fourth, drew thou- 
ssnds. .. ...Ubrctrs Baud and Dreworks. at 

Mauhstlan, waa alio a feature of the day. 
...... Eph Thompnn'a elephants still con- 
tinue to please the crowds at EHtch'a.. 
Qua Uecht has opened the Theatorlum. a Ave 
eeat continuous moving picture house. A 
plionograph la used In too flluitrated songs. 



^(jiclet| 

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Atj 1US1U I iiu in yoor aalihbor 
hood send os ten cents for a aansii 
packet. Any Jobber win auspiy alcre- 
aeeperawltSCnlel.U. '" 

FRANK H. FLEER It COMPANV, lie,, 

rauadBlpalA, u .S-A. , aad Toroato, Oanada. 




onic 



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out, try a small glass of Paint Extract, 
morning, noon and night. It will aid 
your digestion, steady your nerves, bring 
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physically. 

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J. 




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There's no guess-work, no doubt- 
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and measured, and aged. 

If you've never tried CLUB, 
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Just strain through 
cracked Ice and serve. 

Seven varieties; each one 
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WIGS 



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20th St., N. Y. The up-i" 
date TQBATBICAL win 
MAKER. Send aUmp for 
new Price List Just out. 



JULTiM. 



THE NEW YOEK OLIPPEB: 



557 




GOOD-BYE. MISTER GREENBACK 

The iauwi Noy«li.j Bany by ihe romiwerof " Any K»fM"" "Hi-isiontiotinnd." we. Ahi'»<h a immowww l Mrem**. Haul far riu hut in ivcovm/e in rkrastleital iii.>rii. 

GBOWN SO FOMD OF YOU 

A Ballad )nst from tlie press. By LAWRENCE B. IPCCNNOR, mm joserof "Svlvle," "Under tlie Banana Tree," o v. "MY HK ST xoxil," "I.ARRV. " 

KATIE 

, A Brand Kew Irish Walt z Song, by BKRT totvtAi. So good that, mere I* none better. Kvcn n ow w.- esj »« "Kane" tied Mg wifti a luult.-m HIIonnire. 

WONDERLAND 

A Wall*. S'uisr, written i • v THOS. S.AT.I.EN, for ll WONDERLAND' 1 (Revere Beach, near Uosli.ru, Die new Million Dollar Park. In Juhi b mouth's Unit* tins song ims ■ :,.-„iue tiki "hiKgesl Llnng" in New Kngland. Wow Issued ururuHHlmutliy Willi oivliwsintltniH 

•• lit :iil)Ke of the demand. - 

STROLLING HOME WITH JENNIE 



A New March Kong by n componer of 8UCCKS3B9 only. In tus das* the undbmnted lander. EtajLttf get the hour SOW, 



MY DUSKY ROSE 

Last, Um*m tuug way from leant, TtoenweiieHt nonn hefore the public. A worthy auereaitor \» "By Hie Watermelon Vine'- (Mutiy Ix>u), ami hy Hie wmie cniupoaer, A muiir tlmt. Iw sreiuhly growing mid will llvi'. 
FJJJOFE.88IONAL SUVGKRSi Send np-to dale programs for copies and orchctttratlonn to thee and other Idle cungH. NO CARliK. 




l 9 167 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 



First Class Clarionet 
and Cornet Men 

FOR THC BAND OF TMt 

CARL HAGENBECK SHOW. 

Mention salary If too expect a reply. Must be ready to Join at once, otltorp, write. 

' ' ' " Address 0. Z. liROSSON, Chicano, tor two weeks July le. 



BOth-SUOCESSFUL WBEK-SOth. 

DAVIS-GOODWIN CO. 

WANT USEFUL REPERTOIRE PEOPLE. 

hone dolnil specialties preferred. A 8TR0N0 SONG and DANCE TKAM to feature or SINGING and 
DANCING) 80UI1BETTB. l-ong, pleasant ona-agetnenl. Salary sure. Hskc It right and tell all In Urst 
letter. Must loin at once. Addresa JACK F. GOODWIN, Manager. Uacvllle, Va., Casino Theatre, 
until Aug. 1. Would like to Itave '2 more good playa Willi strong line of special paper. 



WA1VTED CJXJIOJEi, 

Good General Actor 

DOING STRONG SPECIALTIES. ■ 
AUM trrilRK USEFUL PEOPLK. Two bills per week. Summer and Winter engagement. Koad 
aeaaon opens )j»t>or llay. Vour money sure Here. WILL BUV i>U H5AK SEVERAL IIUOU PLAYS 
WITH PBINT1NO ■ "■ ". HAHTMAM, Manager llrailj Ufa Resort, Kent, onio. 



PAULINE GEARY, 

EMOTIONAL, HEAVY AND INGENUE, LEADS. 

Address 134 CUKaTAtllT ST., Sayre, Pa, 




That Doubles Brass, Orchestra Leader (Violin) to Doolile Brass. Tuba to Double Piano. Other Useful 

pie. write or wire. Preference given to people with Slnglug Voices that do 

Spctlaltles. Address, by lotlor or wire, BILLY A. WARD. Bgr. Hooligans Troubles Co., Superior, Wis., 



Farce Comedy People. 

specialties. Address, by 

July 14; Unlnui, Blnn., July 16. 



THOS. L. FINN & CO. NEW BIG ONE RING CIRCUS. 

.WASTED AT ORTCB, Clarionet and Double Drurams and other Musicians; a few more useful 
performers clolnetivc or more acts, another sober, bustling Bill Poster; can place a good Wire Act. 
Tronpe of Dobs, and Novelty Acts of all kinds. If you double In band or concert, say so. Salaries 
low, we pay weekly In cash. Wagon show; lodging and breakfast nl lutein. Stale lowest, quirk, «nd 
be prepared to loin on wire. July M. Copenhagen, N.V.; July 10, Adams Centre: July II, Adain.; 
July 18, Sandy Creek. Permanent address, HOOSICK FAL.L.S, IV. T. 



July 



SOUTH BEND POSTER PRINTING CO. 

TB*it.».kosi- ......... I SHOW PRINTERS I center • court »t.. 

■TaiaftS.' SaMU^Mmu. 5m2 I BOOTH BEND MID. 

Mints.*" aid Agtnt* Are Cordially Invited 1o ■<»*• Thair Hiidquirlin With Ut. 



Rubber Balloons, 
Rubber Bull,, 

Rubber Goods, 
For Carnival Sales, 
Cane Rook Canes, 
Knife Raot Knives. 





Pons vast 

man 
raw 



No, 2717— OuiwtGck— 70c per dozen. 
We have the largest aenorinient of Knife Board 
Knives west of the Mirml».Hl|ipl river. Our nrlceB 
art* libHolute rock bottom, we alKti carry n full 
line of Btreettneu'ri (.ooila. Carnival NovhIHuh 
anil goodH for Palrn. We are one of tho vldent 

]'« HUltnlv hottr-en In the United SU 

V/< 

Nil 

MiiiiSTITI'TiNa unleHH yon Hay so. OrderH 
Hliippcd the Hame day an received. I^rge, Cata- 
logue Free. 

COE.YOSGE <3c CO., 

7th aniiat.tharle. St., ST. LIU IH, MO. 




j. c. mm, 

Sir.;-'.:!.',; N. IM.AHK XT., 
CBICAIIU, ILL 

MUSICAL DELLS 



MUSICAL SPECIALTIES 



UHed by All Lending ArilnM. Send for New IIIuh- 
trated Oatulogue. THK ONLY TIIOHOUQIILV 
KQUIl'PFD BKI.L FACTORY IN TUB WORLD. 

We only manufacture our own inveoiloiiH, for 
which we hold Icttera patent. Our goodH can mi 
rieeo at Carl KlHCher, New York; Oliver DHbou, 
Ikuton; Volkwcin BroH., jVltttttnirg; Ignax Fltirlitir, 
Toledo; KaJaer Miwle Co., Cicvolaml; (Jrlnncit 
Hroa.. Detroit, lot) .uaruainh will be found In 
J. C. beagan'H Second Hand Mm. It U FKKK for 
tbe asking, coniainn loo Herrlceable tDHtriiiiientit 
of allklndaitt jgjsj tiiuu aest price. 



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Band to -day 90. atamp for parUotilara and proof. 

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OaAcrceinal.il &*> VOU KNOW 

tnOlxSblUNAL Th.ttneBAL PROPE8S10SAL TRONK II PIBBE lnsida 

•__ , anduutildel Ttattbo UAIAProteaalonal Trunk is tM 

TRIIWUM Jjhteat and •uonge.t trnnk on earth r Send for OatsV 



HIGH CLASS 
MAGICAL APPARATUS 

At moderate prtcctt. Large stock, Immense 
variety. Illustrated catalogue Free. New Mam- 
moth Catalogue Juat iBftued, 20c. Junt out, list of 
new booltn on Magic and newllstof bargains In 
tricks A. ROTEKnKHO, 178 Ontario HL, Ctitcago. 



JUST OUT, 124 PAGE ILLUSTRATED MAGIC 

CATALOGUE. 2Bc. ; HUP. CATAI,., Oc. None 

free. Only N. iv Agent for -Mabotma, 10c. 

w t>. LKItOY. lint Court 8t.. Boston. Maas. 



BUSH and ELLIOTT, 

COMBUV ACJIOBATS. 



WANTED, 11TH YEAR. 

HIGH ROLLERS, 

SIN9IH8 SODBBETTGS AND CHOBDS LADIES. HIGHEST SALARIES 

TO THE BIGHT KIND. SLEEPEBS AND WABDROBE FUHNI8HED. 

ALSO TABES TO AND FBOffl OPENING AND CLOSING POINTS. 



aiiDv lauuo iv aim laum vriininu anu «;iiuoinu ruin id. 

y wiMikH mire, wlllnmly tlv« Hmidjiyn' work. Itiiiinjiiilier, llil«l>tiiii KAHTKHN hIiiuv. "Tin 1 VfWi 
ranie from Hie Chhi.'* Yhk, we nhiy thr««i> veettM In Now Yurk tiny, imi rurfrrtiliiK our twtr, i-li-- 
Mieutri-H lu Wiuililngtou and Heirolt, mnl u fitw oilier IhuhIx. 

II. 8. worniin ],!., Maniiguf, Kouiii u;ni, Knl.kiirborltcrTlHtiilri! Illdg. 



THE LORNE ELWYN CO. 



SUPPORTING 



WANTKli tAVirK, Wilt HAUNCH OK HIJMMF.lt AND H»R KKCULAK HKAWIN, 
CURfliEDIAN with Hpei-lniih-ri, siH'llllflTTK wjlti Biii'i-inlllcH. Noun loo Kooil. (Jan »|tw> um» 
rtl'FClAl.TY I'KOIM.K wlio pluy purls. Kindly Htuln all In ili>t lefier. I'liodm will bit rarfiirtlt.il. 
WANTKIf, Aug. 0. for regular xeaftun, STIluNU PKATCRK NI'KCIAI.TV who eun w<»rk 
In olii' nod I'hang** rit lcnm thru* IIiiich ii wei-k. Addi-cm I.OKNK KI.WYN. wrntk July o, 
llelkiwH Kuiiti, VI.; fstt .Inly 10, Itnttiiud, Vt. 



win 



Jim 



THE ALDEANS 

OOMCDV BAR ACT. 

OPEN TIME, ATJG. 6. 

II KM t CIXHH UUMKDV ACT FOlt UUHLKHUIIK lilt TIIKATKKS. Address 

ell) OHIO ST., C 1)1! ,l<;o, ILL. 



•:- SEVENTH SEASON, CONTINUED SUCCESS. -:- 

WANTKI>-]Ifiiv> Man, flluKlnKn'Mllliiiii:lMKC'oni<-diiiii,Cliiiri(i:lt-rUeu who do hijucIhIMum, I'roneriy 
Vitn wlio phtyH ihua itn. I HipiTiniiy, I'k-iurH Machine Mini with U]i to dulo lllnirt, Yiiudevllli- Ad lo pliiv 
narta. imiRl oliiiiiwi: often; riuulhf , Ailvimce Aguii' who inn piny n row [mi h If 'nrciwaary; Hltifrlug and 
iJiiiiclog Houbrciic, Worui.ii for flou. Klz. w im doirH Hnetliilly. I^itig hiuhoii. Hnrv Hillary. I'ny your 
own liuii'l. Address, wllli full purl ten I a n, proKrauiH, nbulori, c.U;,, 

HI. \A/- YOUNO, 

UI.KIt CUTTAUK, INTKHrVATIUNAL 1MHK. MANNKNA. IV. T. 
HAKKY I.RK, write. HclicurMiiU Anjf. in, ut rny Hiiimncr (.'oiiuno I'nvlllini. (i|H.MiMo|tl. I. 



MURRAY-MAGKEYCOS., 

flood Ifrav) Man, Juvonlle Man loxlrtg HlitKlrated HiitiKH, Woman for Hun. Huh., g I Agent. Oilier 

UMifful HepiTlidre I'eupl*!, write. Aim* want two mom good Itoyullv I'layn, wtlh iirltiHmr. Tell all In 
fhritleilcr; no time lu dicker. A'Miv-h Jul IN J. Ml' UK A ., Hgr., vmOHnndtr Hi., Cliiiliiuail.Ohlo. 



COMEDIANS 

Want to hear from LADY ORCHESTRA. 

altm, t*si of ltep<Ttolrc Peopln, Fcaltire Hinrelnlty, Man Willi IDiwtralfd Hong MucblneamlM. I'. Kllun 
Long Hcanoii. AddreHH NOIITII 1IK0M., Mootniugmii, 111., weok July k; Chiimiinlgii, III., week July la' 



T*KAGX3inxnE2& 



Th. kind tliat (at til. incur) . Call or Wrlla. K. H. V.IH Bl Kll.ll A \, B M, l.tl. Ml., N. V. 



558 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



July 14. 



THE NEW YOUK CLIPPER 

1 HE FRANK QUEEN PUBLI6HIN0 CO. (Llmltid. 

rltOPHIETOItH. 

ALBERT J. 30BIE, 

ICClinniA!, ANIi BumISKBB MANAUKR. 
i I 5 ■■'•' I ' ...?■ i "' '—•*: 

ffAJtJjflUt. JULY j| 1906. 

RATES: 

Advertisements— $--80 per Inch, single col- 

IIBlti. 

AdvertlHemeuia set will! border, 10 per 
■;.i!!i. extra. 

siihrmn'iox 



collected for Miss Terry tirty -three IbMaui 
five hundred and slxt.T-t.hrre shillings, and, 
together with OM hundred aud twenty-two 
l*mnd« raised In America, It amounted to 
i lire* rhousand pound*. The performance nt 
Drury Luue ralspd over live thousand pounds, 
ho that ttltotfetber Mhs Terry would receive 



The lull to consolidate nod amend the 
relating to tbe- employment of girls, boys i 



(lie hardest In London to open In nnd njufce 
u lilt. "The number;' Is a saleable article. 



Ot It CHICAGO "LETTER. 



arAgBSasn wMsfttar 



riOM OUR OITS COBRESPONDXM. 



rt Samuel. Music hull man a? 



dpchti 
at tl7eTUL which seems likely To past, will 
„/aetieally ruin one of tbe chief drawIM 
features of their business. Tbe full text or 
the bill, which should be of tbe greatest ln- 



Press Eldridge dropped .- 

After spending several ««» «u 



W sec u< oil 



S« if. tells mc It rained nit the time he The delightful weather of this week, fn). 
-'-'-*■ *■ " -id bo colli lowing tile hot spell. Hid a good effect unnn 

... .,1 .L. .1 1. 7. ..ti...... „l ..11 1,.„1,1 „!„..[, I > .' 




January. 

body, mid I huvc lind 



heart of inv message Is gratitude. Lately It 
lids seemed 



__ tu me that there were only tiro 
words In 'the whole world— Thank You.*" 

"Colonel NcwcomeV run nt Ills Majesty's 
will come to mi end on July 7. This with- 
drawal Ik necoHKiiry to enable Mr, Tree to 



tile 8&^*ir , ^^L?teTS»5 SSftwES * 



BnsssiwsmB m%sms®*£ 



IbC Oarrkk. "Brown of Harvard" jq 
drawing well, while nt tbe Chicago Opera 
»1 n° u c ,,»nm nil in err and wonder fiil geysers In and aroond House Nellie Stewart clown a successful en- 
pounds, and if the offense iNfonnlMjl in or) una _ woHueriu. i£*£ gagement in "Sweet Nell of Old Drurv " Sat- 
relaton to u hoy or S rl. the parent or that jport or tn^e eouniry. a^ ^ ^ "KortT-flV, 
!^ tf *^^S.WlMS urouglit an acton ngainat Dr. Bodle for Minutea from Broadway." and at the Illinois, 
of Die boy or gfrl, shall also be liable to the u ™\*[ ll fl an r Jj£, iropr 7 aonm ent. During th* "The Lion and the Mouse" continue to draw 
above penally. performance by Dr. Bodle at the Palace The- heavily. "Tbe Land of Nod" returns to the 
uii gm, .>, iMua> »•■»■■■ (L!) If. In the course of il public exmoi- *•. Blackburn, defendant, it was explained. Chicago Opera House July 8. "The Clans- 
Single coplen. will bo sent, postpaid, on re- "Jg b * t H , B Majesty's will be reopened two Hoi, or performance, which is In M« nature ^blied an . electrical chHlr, and offered to M Hn" is flfilng McVlckcr's at every perform- 
ci'lpt of 10 cents. nigh Ik earlier with the promised revival of dangerous to tbe life or a limb, of a gin, • anvo ne ten shillings for every half ante. The Hummer resorts are delighting 

"a Winter's ThIo," the cust- of which will hoy or woman, uny accident causing actual J nl ^ l|tc " nc H(lt j u j t> x>iai n tlfX accented the thousand* dally, tbe crowds on the Fourth 

bodily harm occurs lo any suchglrf, bov or cmi n cnKe , llM j M { in the chair without re- esjioclally being record breakers. The vaiid>- 



Qn« year, In advance, M ; six months, $2 ; huve a rest after nn exceptlopallv hcuvy 



Our Tcpiua »ec Caiih. Include! 'iieien Tcrryr'Uui|l tllif. Vlolh Tree, 

THE CblPI'EU Is Issued every Wednesday l.yn Mardlng^C. W. Somerset, Klsher White 
morning. The last four (advcrtlalng) pages 



UC1 TO PRKS8 on Hilurday at 11 a. h., and 

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47 vyest USlh Slrect, New York. ] , 1 l l '" 1 A™ , "i 
Hci/iatirtd Uabte AddrCas, "Al)Tltoi*Tf.'' 

THE WESTERN BUREAU 

uf Tim Currka la located at ftoom B04, 
Ashland Block, Chicago, William K. Bryan, 
manager and corrcsiHitident, where advertise- 
ments and subscriptions are received at out 

regular rates. 

THE LONDON BUREAU 

f.m-aicd at -IS Cranbournc St., London, W. C, 
John H. Carney, manager and correspondent, 
where iidvcrtlsciiicnls aud aubscrlptloDs arc 
received at our regular rated. 

The curi'Ki. can ub obtained, whole- 
H.M.t; and nuTAU., at our agents, Brcntlino'a 

news depot, .17 Avenue, ,de I'opura, Paris, 
P'tance; M Llllenthat, Frederick strnsso 
KM (Terminus Hotel), Berlin, N. W., Gcr* 
mbny . Dlanloud News Co., 07 Prado, Ha- 
vana . Manila Hook and Stationery Co., 128 
FKcolta, Manila. P. 1.; Albert & Sod, 187- 
litO King St, Sydney, Australia. 

THE NEW YOIIK CLIPPER palillflhefl 
• mly one cdllloii, and that la dated 
front New York. 



nnd Charles Warner. 

Mr. Frohmnn has nrrunged with C. M. H. 
McLellan, aiillinr of '"rhe Belle of Ncff 



woman, shall be liable to 'be Indicted asbav- 

Ing com: 

fore 

Indict 



York" and "Leah Klcscbna," to turnlsli blm Ing compensation for the Iwdlly harm m oc- 



n, shall be liable tp be Indicted Wl» cewS any abock. Dr. Bodle became very vlile houses, with unusually strong attrac- 

.lamlttcd au aasault, and the court, pe- nngrv * , mi f tne audience siiggeslcd he put tlona, arc doing excellent business, 

whom the employer is ronvh-teo^ oh on c „f i,| K own nBsitants la fi»c chair. Bodle Illinois Tiieatbk (Will J. Davis, ma na 

ment, shall have the jiower «»r «^«rn- did 80 . but the man jumped up In less than a ger).— "The Lion and tne Mouse" begin* 



day. The novelty Is to be 
ell," and as the first act is 



with a musical play, 
entitled "Nelly Nell," _„ 
already completed, production of the 'work 
may be expected during the course of next 
Winter. Book utid lyrl.es Will both be writ- 
ten l»v Mr. Mi l.runn, and the music by Ivun 
Cnryll. Mr. McLellan's endeavor has been 
to tell a coherent and at rulgllt forward story, 
to the understanding of wlilHi tbe musical 
numbers shall prove a help rather thuii a 
Mr. Frnhnuin has licdmren both 



■ustoncd. not exceeding twenty pounds, to 1» 
paid by the employer to Hie girl, boy or 
woman, or In the case of u bay or girl, ir tne 
court think fit, lo some person named by the 
court on behalf of (hut buy or girl. 

CI) For tbe purpose- » f 1I,ls » ct « ''S lrl " 
means a female under the age of eighteen 
years, aud a "boy" menus a. malt under the 



second. Thereupon Bodle took hold of plain- Sunday, 8, Its seventh week at this house, 
tiff, pushed him off the stage and gave him nnd Its eleventh week in this city. This 
i-liarge of assistants, with orders to strip Intensely Interesting play continues to he 



him. Not Hutlafted with this, he was dragged, 
bftlf dressed, before the audience, the con- 
trlvwicc he had beneath his clothes waj ex- 
hibited to them, r.nd plaintiff was locked In 
h dressing room for an hour and a balf. 
Dr. Bodle Informed the audience that he 



great success, and Is meeting with large 
patronage from out of town visitors. The 
end Is not yet In sight 

I'owekk' TiiKATRi; (Harry J, Powers, man- 
ager). — "Told In the Hills" Is playing to 
capacity houses nt every performance. The 



nat: of sixteen years, and If an offense la W o' u ld make him strip and llnd out how It play appeals to the average theatregoer 
aliened to have beea committed under tills wag ,j „ e _ council read a letter from Dr. The frequent n " 



act In respect of any person alleged to he a UodL 



i.c stating that the plaintiffs trick might 
Ihe Amcrlcua and Hngllsh rights in the new j H>y „,- B | r |, (il „i that person is, In the opinion lmV€t CHnKen H He rloits panic. Plaintiff ad- 
Piece. „£ the court hearing the ratu'. apparently a fn tttccl he whs prepared by his friends for 

"The Hypocrites." Henry Arthur Jones |, oy or ff | r | w ithiu the meaning of lb'- ■'* 
in'W play, which .Mr. Frohman will produce, •* -»-- » «- — ••— j-#»-.i««» »« >.™« 
at ihe Hudson Theatre, New York, ni'Xt Kail, 
with H mixed American und English cast. 
Is u coined v on "The Liars" iHlttern. Mr. 
Jones will leave for New York in ihe near 
future to superintend (he rehearsals. - 

Paul (JivnerV formerly musical director at 
Ihe Haymarkel, was awarded, uue day Ibis 
week, iiy Judge WisMlfali and a im\v at West- 
minster County Court, one hundred (Kuinds 
for wrongful dismissal, against Frederick 
lliirrison, manager of tbe itaymnrkct. The 
plaintiff has lieen iiiusltal director nt the 
l hen t re for eight years, and on April 28 was 
annoyed, while conducting, by pellets of 
paper thrown from the stalls nt ihe orchea- 



_ net, 
It 'shall "He on the defendant to prove the 
contrary. 

(A) A iM'rsou shall not be liable lo be pun- 
ished under this section twice for the same 
offciise. 

jt. — (i) Except where aa accldrul. caus- 
ing bodily bnrm occurs lo any boy. girl or 
woman, no persecution or other proceeding 
shall be Inntltiited for an offenae under this 
act without the consent In writing of tip 
chief ofllccr .it police of the police area m 
which the offense was committed. 

(2) For the purposes of this section tbu 

expression "chief olllcer of pollen" (a) with 

rexpect to any place In England other than 

.. one struck bis head. Ho turned and the city of London, has the meaning na- 

llirealened to give a man In Ihe atnll a good Blgned to it by the Police Act. 1800; (b) 

licking, or biding, as our English cousins with resect to the City of London, means 

stiy. 1? he threw any more. The plaintiff sub- the Commissioner of City Police ; (c) with re- 

-cuiieiitlv received n letter giving him the apect to Scotland, bus the meaning assigned 

option of resigning or suspension. The de- to It by the Police (Scotland Act, 1890; jd> 

NMS was that the plaintiff's threat was a with respect to Ireland, means a the police American 



mtburets of applause b?*v 

testimony to the favorable Impression the 

play creates. 

prepared by his menus ror Colonial Tiikatbk ((ieorgc \\. I^derer. 

the fcpst. The jury gave a verdict for the manager). — "Forty -five Minutes from Broad- 

plaintiff for three, pound?. way" is preparing for the~flnal performance 

Fred Nlnto and Josephine Cohan arrived of its remarkable engagement. It will say 

from the' continent one day this wee'-. The farewell 28, to make way for Klslc Janls. In 

former opena nt the Palace on Monday. Evan "The Vunderbllt Cup." 



Grand OrKRA Hoij.se (Harry Askln, man- 
ager). — "The Alcayde" enters upon the nnal 
week of Its engagement Sunday. 8. It Is a 
bright and tuneful entertainment, and In the 
InesH In Mayme (iehrue's fntnllv caused company are: Kddle Heron, Eugene Cowles, 
her to cancel her engagement at tbe Oxford Vnn Bensselaer Wheeler. Ivy Clyde and siity 
verv sudden I v and proceed to New York, others. 



Evans, a Cymric comedian, will also make 
hla first appearance at the Palace the some 
night, and duerrcro will appear In a new 
sketch, entitled "Cnuchemar ' 



She leaves to-day nnd will lie Hccam|iunle<l by 
her biis'.Hitid, John Ford, who cut his phe- 
nomenally successful stay at the Tlroll 
short to return to the States with his wife. 
All kinds of ludiiccmenls were made lo 
keep tbe wonderful dancer In London, but 
they were of no avail. 

Last night (lit; seventh anniversary of the 
Empress, Iirlxton, was celebrated with a pro- 
gramme of exceptional attractiveness. Kel- 
son Frnncls. who by Ihe way Is well-liked by 



very acrlcua net of fnsubordinntlon. 
Arthur Collins has decided that tbe sub- 

Iecl for his next Christmas pantomime at 
lrury Lane shall be "Slnbad." which has 
not been done at Ihe famous playhouse since 
1882. Mr. Collins and J. Hickory Wood will 
collaborate un the book, and May De Sousa 



district of Dublin metropolis either of the 
Commissioners of Police for That district, 
and elsewhere the district Inspector of tbu 
ituyal Irish Constabulary. 

3. — (i ) The acts mentioned In Ihe tint 
part of the schedule to this act arc hereby 
repealed to the extent specllled In the third 



QUERI ES ANSW ERED. 

No Replica by Mall or Tclcirraph* 



und Hum- Bragson will both be In tbe cast, column of that part of the schedule. 

In addition to mnny other prominent artists, c>) in order to bring the tlrst schedule to 

for whose uppenrauce Mr. Collins Is arrnng- the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Act. 

Inc. liiii-i. Into conformity with this Act, that 

Forbes Uobcrtsou siurls bis American tour schedule shall be amended to this act. 

nt Ihe New Ainsterdiim Theatre, New York, 4. — This act may be cited as Dangerous 

on Od. 20. His company will he composed Pcrformaucc Act. 1000. 
■ Adprkssks on whbkkahoiitk not oivbn. entirely of F.ngllsu players. The principal I*uullnettc. und Plquo have been doing par- 

All in oukht «k such i. mould wiiitb to novelty to lie presented, as nunonnecd last tluiiurly well la their trip through Italy nnd 

those whom TitKV skkk, in carh ok TNM week, will Is' Mcrnnrri Shaw's play, "Cssar tbe South of Frnnei 1 , and have been engaged 

CLIPPER Pont Oithi'. All lktterh will and Cle<»patra." now In i*ehcarsal under the to play the same houses next season. At the 

nn am'KRTiHKii onb wrkk only. Ik thk persmiHl Kiiiwrvbdon of the author. Tbe Wlntergarden. where they are this month. 

aovTK ok ant thkatkical coMrAKT la production Is to be. of the mosl elaborate they did so well the llrst day tii.it they were 

soi'oitT, im-xn to ouit list of Koutks dcscrlplloii, nut It i'i>|n'inn prithiihle Hint, signed for the rest of the season of which 

on anothkr I'Aiin. We cannot bend Routes owing lo certain difficulties which have time they happened to have open. The Win 

arisen, Hie third net will have to he dim- " 

Itiaied, Just as in (he case uf "Man und 

Superman." 



BIT MAIL OR TKLKUKAI'll. 

Hit ASIATIC. 

A. K., Aslmry Park, X. .1. -'Hie original 
Pony Ballet Is with "His Honor Hie Mnyur" 
Co., now playing at Hie New York Theatre, 



New York City. 
It. It.. Munon, 



Ph.— Jefferson De Angells 



jUgi'L 

Mnehaui. Addles* Id in in care of Mr. Dilling- 
ham. IflW Ut-oadwav. New York City. 



WW 

The Hon. (ieorge Copplii, the father uf the 
English speaking stage, who recently died 
la Mel In mine. In his eighty-eighth year, left 
Hti estate valued at over ten thousand 
|imuMh. Afier making provision for his 
widow mid family, lie beqneuthed one thous- 
and slinc's la Ihe Melbourne Theatre Itoyal, 
of which he was managing director, to aiig- 



tei'gurdeu time extends to July 1 

For the tlrst lime since it was opened on 
Dee. 21). 1004, Hie Coliseum elonpd lis doors 



lust Siiiurdov ulgbt. with little llkellhood'of 
re-upcnltig them Iwfore October next. An 
unusiml niimber of policemen were stationed 
' r mini the hlifldliig. The attendance was 
rather light, but this did not affect the mem- 
bers of the company, who wept through the 
t'ffur In good spirits, nnd with much Im- 
promptu dialogue und fun- To prevent any 



Marx Cleveland K— Murray Co., 50 Wash- nient the endowment fund of the benevolent nt tempt at festivity In the foyer the taftra 

'..'.. ... . '...' ,,i In mi it- f,,f iviliinluru l.nrt .iiriiil uiilnro iml ivi'ri" unrldcnlv i-]iiuf>rl kiiiiIi ilfli'l' ten. Till' 



Ington Strcel, Chicago, HI, 

II A*1M1 VI.I.. 

.1 B. B.. Lowell.— The AHilellcs, of Phila- 
delphia, Ph.. played oil Ihe Common, at 
lloston. Mass., June II. 1*J, HI, !H«7. dcfeal- 
Itig the Ron, of Porllaud. Me., by H8 to 3.1: 
the Harvard College team, by 'J'J to 111, and 
ihe Lowell, by So to a (live Innings) re- 
spectively. 

KACINt;. 

H. W. K.. No. Nor walk, Conn. -Clifford and 
Domino mil a two horse match race at 
NhceiMhend Hay, L. I., on 'I'hurMlay, Sept. 0, 
1*04. for iE.VWli. It was won by Domino. 

OUR M»Ni)OX 1-KTTBn. 



homes for colonists and aged actors and were suddenly dosed soon after ten. Tin 

actresses which he was mainly Instrumental players were not paid for the week until after 

In establishing In one of the prettiest spots the hist per forma nee, und the great crowds 

In Melbourne. of frleuds of the hundreds of people thrown 

To-night, at the Lyric, Lewis Waller will out of employment waited outside of Hie 

revive "Monsieur lleaucalre," and piny It «t»gc door until a very late hour. Before the 

until July J4, when he leaves to tuke a rest Hltige wns cleared, ringing cheers were given 

Itefore starting on. his ten weeks' provincial for some of the salaried managers, 

tour. In November Mr. Waller returns to Charles ITrban, whose "Urbanora" pictures 



is playing that house, was congratu- 
lated by alf for the efficient manner In which 
he conducts that house. 

in spenklng of the new acts to open at the 
Palace on Monday I forgot to Include Mile. 
Bordervery, who will do a sensational shoot- 
ing act. 

Loo Stormont has In preparation for pro- 
duction al the Pavilion a monologue sketch, 
entitled "The Devil's Week l-lnd." 

Will Itogers, the larlut thrower, who did 
a few things at the Palace a few weeks ago. 
sends me a post curd from Hlbraltar. under 
date of June Sft: "Well, I am Just oa my 
way home utter a two weeks' lour of Italy. 
I sailed from Naples and am this far ou my 
way. Will get to New York on July 4." 

Dare Devil Sehreyer's Initial iHTforniances 
In France, at the Exposition tie Toureolng, 
may In some respects lie regarded as the suc- 
cess of his career. Throughout the district 
the greatest Interest was manifested In the 
preparations for his wondrous ride und dive. 
Enormous crowds applauded the performance 
to the skies, which, by the way. were not at 
till propitious. Barely bus n performer hud to 
encounter such dangerous weather. Hut he 
has. In the meantime, achieved dive upon 
dive, with the gratifying result that he Is 
already engaged for Marseilles. Brussels and 
I'arls. the police having finally decided to 
allow him to work In the latter city. Offers 
have also ls?eii received from other parts of 
th« continent. 

1 am told that Harry Tate, whose "Motor- 
lag" made such ;i hit tu America, has signed 
a contract to do "Fishing." which many con- 
sider funnier than the first named act, in th? 
Slutes in the near future. 

Charles Leonard Fletcher Is In I-ondon. 



liMtuicK Thkatkk (Hcrliert C. Dure, man- 
ager). — "Brown of Harvard" will enter upon 
Its ttftb week at this house Sundav, s. There 
is no abatement In the popular Interest. 
Henry Woodruff Is proving himself a popular 
star in Chicago. 

McTicxer's Theatre (C-eorgc C. Warren. 
miinaKen. — "The Clansman" continues to do 
record breaking business at this house. As la 
well known. It tells the story of the Kn Kbit 
Klan. nn organization wlilcli saved tbe South 
during the reconstruction period. It Is a big 
melodromo, and Is getting lag resulta. 

Cit'lt'Auo Oi'KriA IIovhk (Lyman R. (Horer. 
manager). — "The Lnud of Nod" will re- 
place Nellie Stewart at this house Monday. 
0. The extravaganza will have a star .cist. 
retaining all the popular favorites and the 
features which made the production so pop- 
ular laat Summer. Joseph Howard has writ- 
ten some new music for this production. 
Mahel Harrison, who created the part of the 
dainty Bonnie, will again be seen in that 
part. Knox Wilson, as April Fool, will re- 
sume his position with his many anllcs and 
hla musical specialties, tieorge Fox will 
play the Man In the Moon, and Mabel Mc- 
Cube has been assigned to tbe role of tbe 
Jack of Hearts. The engagement Is Indefinite. 

Ukkat Northern Tueatrk ( Fred C. 
Eherts. manager). — Commencing with the 
Sunday matinee. H, for the tlrst time nn any 
Chicago stuge, Lincoln J. Carter's "Bedford's 
Hope" will lie the attraction here. The sin 
cess of Ihe play In New York Inspires tbe 
mnnaRcment with the belief -that Its pre- 
sentation at tills house will meet with ex- 
cellent results. 

HaJKHTtc Tiicatm; f William Kirk, man- 
ager for Kohl * Castle). — Fred Karno's Lon- 
don pantomime. Inclmllug twelve Eocjlsb 
entertainers, will be seen In "A Night In tbe 
Music Hall." The bill for week of also 
Includes: Paul Spudonl. McWutters and Ty- 
son company, Kelly and Kent. Charlie Casr. 
Artie Hall, Adair and Dahn. the Musical 
fJoolmnn's, Carl D. McCuIlougb aud corapanc. 
Tracy Allen, Sam Harrington. Philbrooks and 
Beynolds, and Ed. Moon. 

Otviiric TilKAtliK l Abe Jacobs, manager 
lor Kohl & Castle).— Mr. and Mrs. Sydney 
Drew will appear week of 0. in "When Two 
Hearts are Won." The bill also Includes : 



the Lyric to produce flic new romantic piny, 
"Kolihi Hood." 

K, s. Wlllnrd hti.-. secured Die American 
rights In "Colonel Newcome," by arrange- 
ment with Mr, Tree, and will make the play 
a feature of his next season In the States 
mid Canada. 

After a run of fourteen months, "The 



.__ "Urbanora' . 
Ihe Alhumhni have been for some time 
jmisI a very papain. r feature of Ihe hill, gave 
a private view on Saturday hist of films that 
tire unsuitable fur public representation. 
These Include the killing of an ox In a 
slaughter >ard. it dramatic encounter be- 
tween a tiger and a Spanish fighting hull, 
n Chinese Incident secured outside the walls 



Be will rest three weeks before taking up 

his; engagements, which include a lengthy - 

slay tn and about Ix>nd«n. Before returning The Avon Comedy Four, the Marvelous Hon'- 

to America will play Australlu, under Harry nrds. Fuller Uose and coruiwuv, the Rosalre?. 

Itlckard's management. UbV Mnrlyne and Xeilsen, Allan Shaw, jflt- 

John Birch, whose melodrama with hats chell and I-ove. Tipple and Kllmcnt, Col ton 

Is said to be a great laughing success, railed ami Harrow, Fisher und Johnson. Georgia 



FROM OUR OWN COltHBBTONDBNT. 



Clipper Huron", 

-lei Ci'itiitmiiriie siroet, 
l.rlocstcr Sojiinrc, 

London, IV. <■■ 

Junk iio. 
Cool weather, with ihthsIoiuiI dashes of 
rain, hw been our faiu this week. The Influx 
of visitors, espec'atly from the Slates, Is oil 
the iBrmwp, ailtl If It does not cease soon the 
liolld.iv makers will have iroiible In llutlliig 
accoiiiniiidiltlous, nil the hotels being lull. 
II* li were not for ihe*u Summer guests many 
uf London's best hotels would have a hard 
time In keeping the wolf (rum (ho door. J hey 
also help Li keep many of the theatres ojien. 
Tbe following Is a list of the theatres nnd 
music hulls In Loudon now open, and the at- 
tractions offered: Adelphl. "Taming of 
the Shrew;" Aldwych. "The Heiiuly 
Until :" Alhuuibrs. ballet and variety ; Apollo, 
"Tin- Dniivmalds:" Comedy, "Uutlles;' Court. 
"CiniUiln Bra ssln hi lid's Conversion;" Covent 
Harden, anind ope hi ; Daly's. "The Hebam ; 
Duke rt York's, '"Tho Marrhigo of Kllly' and 
"Pantaloon;" Umpire, ballet nnd variety; 
(inlely. "The New Spring Chicken : t iarrlck, 
-The Fnsclimtltitf Mr. Vaiiderveldl ;" llny- 
mnvket. "The Mim from Hhinkloy * : lib* 
Mnfosiv's, "Colonel Newcoinc ;" Hippodrome, 
larletv: l.vilc, "Brigadier Uernrd" nnd 
"Monsieur lienucalre;" Xt-w, "Dorothy o the 
Hall:" New ltoyiilly. French play a; Ox lord, 
variety; iMUce. variety; pHVllltnt. variety; 
Prince of Wales'. "See-See;" Snvoy, "'Hie 
Mhummlte-." St. .lames. "Ills Douse In Or 



Spring Chicken" will linlsti Its eiigugcment of Mukden, showlug the death procession of 

at the Hulely lo-day weok. A fortnight later, n Mnnehurlnn bandit sentenced to be de- 

when Heorw Edwnnles returns from Curls- capitated, and Ihe Spanish wedding bull 

had. a new play will be put In rehearsal for light was also shown, with the alaugbter of 

production In the first week In September, balls iintl horses. 
m 



yesterday. There Is a possibility that he 
may be seen at one of the local halls before 
Ihe return trip to New York Is made. 

One of the busiest snd most sought after 
men In Lounon Just now Is II. !1 
F.tiropenii representative of 



Kelber, the 
he vast Keith 



organization. Cpon hfs arrival Inst Monday aflernoon and evening. 



Charter Levis, and Mack and Dougal- 

Ri-mu Tiibatrk (Win. Roche, manHger).— 
For the fourth week of the engagement at 
this house, the Selma Herman Stock Co. wijl 
he seen In a inelmlrama. "For Her Children s 
Sake," "Bast Lynne" wltl lie the bill Friday 



t new Men. 

Jutii'.'s T. Tanner and W. H. Jtlsipie, has a 
story vugnely reminiscent of "Ahitldlu," 
with Hie Important difference that London. 
and not the Kust, lg the locale, mid the 
period, Instead of being remote, 1h tml(e, mod- 
ern — In fad, it will be found to be something 
in advance of Hie times. The new piece 
opens In mi art and curio shop on Bund 
street, where Ihe tnnglc ring is discovered in 
tin old vase. The second scene takes place 
In the iumgliiurv hind of the genii, ami act 
two will reveal Loudon Idealized by melius of 
the spirit nower. Here the House of Com- 
mons nml Hie Savoy Hotel will be practically 
run by the one management, and (ho Tluwiea 
,,( will be seen ((owing past its blue ns the l*ake 
or Coimi. Tbe part of Ihe Princess In this 
modernized fairy tale, for which the music 
bus been comprised by ivuti Cnryll tint! Lionel 
Monckton. will In? plnyed by (term Millar. 
Mav Ih' Suiish will have a boy pari, Conule 
Kdtsj Is lo be (he 'Spirit of the Lamp," and 
Uahv Delvs, a Parisian actress, will mnke 
her London debut as a French maid, lleorge 



lie found his desk nt the Princess Then I re 
completely swamped with tellers from per- 
formera wishing to Imok time hi America. 



Harry ltlckards arrived In London last KnrRiMper men nave alsu kept him veryliiisy, 

Sunday, und Immediately got lo work book ; Interviewing htm, etc. For the moment few 

envy Mr. b'elber. for his labors aro Indeed 
exiisflng. He will remain on this side of 
Ihe water until •rtober, siiending a goml 
part of the time on the continent and In the 
provinces, 

The garden party given last Sundav bv 
Mr. and Mrs. (team Chlrgwln, at their 



lag acts for his tour. After an engagement 
or fourteen days at Carlsbad, "La Molu- 
girl' 1 leaves for Australia uu July 'M, tu be 
koi it* for six months. 

Fader date of Budapest. Hungary, .Time 
-"., Charlea P.. Orlffln, who Is connected with 
Hie BufTalb Bill Show, sends me the follow- 
ing: "We closed a siiecessful three weeks' 
cngagemenl at Vienna. June 14, In the worst 
kind of weather. Wo opened a ten days' en- 
ngnacnl at Btidupesi, in, to fine business. 
We have enlertalued so much royally this 
season that It has (tensed to Ih? a novelly. 
There Is scarcely a day that some person or 
royal birth dews not grace the royal box. 
Yoiiger and Y easel-, colored singers aud 
dancers, and Kucha, wire halretl Sampson, 
joined Ma at Budapest, and were well re- 
celved. June M 1 celebrated my forty- 
seventh birthday, mid I received many tokens 
" friendship from my associates, mining 
handsome solid gold pendant, 



K"Lly THKATRK (John A. Fennessy. man- 
ager). — Iteglnnlng wllh the matinee tomor- 
row, Sunday. July 8, the Kxeelslor Maida 
■will be the attraction for the week. The com- 
pany Includes several players of merit. The 
Chicago Belles c'osed a good week's enfiace- 
nient week of July 1. 

Trocahkro Tiibatrk (I. W. Welngarten. 
marincerl. — The slock conHHiny -will present 
a burlesque. "The Clam Man." with Nat 
Field* as Ihe chief fun milker, week of Jnlv 
S. In Ihe olio will be seen William* and 



beautiful home nt Streathnm. was carried Sherwood, the Three Spiders, Nat S. Jerome. 

"Sarlzona" closed 



out very successfully. Among the guests 
were: Mr. ind Mrs. Joe Elvln, Mr. and Mrs. 
Hurry Tale. Mr. und Mrs. (jus IJIen, Mr. and 
Mrs. Wal Pink. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Conwav, 
Mr. und Sirs. Alf. Plotto. Burton and Ashlev, 
(team Jackley, Mr. Hnd Mrs. John -Mack, 
Peggy Pryde. J. B. Johnson ami Ted Mnn- 
M>yh. The stsr billiard match was won hv 
Wal I'Jnk. who received for his prize a tin 
dipper, il don'i Ihlnk It was empty.) 



and Sirs. Mllo Vagge. 
Sntiirduy, July 7. 

Whitk Citv (Paul D. Howse. manager).— 
The Chicago aenmaut. lloruc Wild, hnuthl 
his alrshbi lo the northwest corner of virtue 
nty. Frldav, July 6, and began Its lunation. 
preparatory to his first ascent on Mondaj . 
Jnlv II. The "Double Gap of Death," In which 
two men. on bicycles, will loop the loop, one 
passing; over the other In midair. Castellan 



Interviewed hr The iintlp gMpren, about and Vols are the rldew. John C- \Vcber'9 



which was a handsome solid b< 

•V :;■,-■ .— V -;" "i ' ii. .. a'ludded with diamonds nnd pearls. Hie mem 

OroKsmlth Jlr. Is lo be the l.enlim of ihe } t tl)l . nrlvllege depnrlraent gave It to 

Lamp, and Alfred lister, who appeared In , ,. | |(| ■ 



has Wn very hot here for the |»ist 



New York some weeks ago In an act entitled 
•'The Scene Shifter." wilt be a policeman who 
has lost his way In New Loudou. Edmund 
Payne will be seen ns un office boy who after- 
wards gels on In life. 
"Castles In Spain" was withdrawn fnuu the Vnlcntlne are bottoming the bill 
Tivnll variety; Vaudeville. -The Belle si age or Terry's Inst Saturday because of the ] Mince, aud Orlff la middle of the bill at 
of Mavfatr-"' Wviulham's, "The tHH Behind small attendance. Huston Mayer will send .1 Coliseum. 
he c'uinler company on tour with the piece about the 

Kllcn Terry was a few nlghls ago entertained middle of September. Harry Fragson. who 
at n inhtlee 'iwnijuel at the Holel Cecil, where - 



the Dangerous Performance BUI," II. (L Hlli 
hert, the editor of The London It « file Hull. 
and one of the best posted men la theatrical 
mutters In this country, said that If the bill 
were passed It -would simply put every ncro- 
ltat, gymnast and animal trainer twit of the 
luislness. as far as Hnglund Is concerned. 
The police and the magistrates seemed 



Military Band, and Blanche M. Menaffey. so 
prano, Is-gln their second week In free con- 
certs. More shows than one «-an count are on 
the Kround. The attendance July 4 was enor- 
mous, many thousands being turned away. 

Kubrvikw Park (William M. Johnson, 
manager).— It Is claimed that the 1.000. 00t> 
mark In attendance nt Ibis park this season 



hhe was surrounded by a throng or tils In- 
KuMied people. Winston Churchill presided, 
lu proposing Ihe health of Miss Terry, the 
elinirmaii saTiI the great demonstration of ad- 
miration which hnd been shown lately to her 
proved that the Knglldi people were sincere 
lovers of the diamn. and were genuinely grate- 
ful to all who raise lis tone and Its quality 
In this country. Tributes lo Miss Terry a 
churm and abllliy were also unld by Mr. 
Tiee, Mr. Archer nnd Mrs. Crnlgie. Ihe lust 
mimed rending the followlug message from Mr. 
Clionte. lute American ambassiidor : "Mnny 
thanks l-> Miss Terry from America for a 
steal delight which she bus given us durlnc 
nuiiiv venrs bv her chiirmljig and sympathellc 
leudeilng or her favorite characters. Her 
Intei-i'sthm and brilliant career will ahvuysbe 
clierUhed In loving memory by all A inert 
rim lovers of dramatic art." ' 



„.,eil Ihe leading role In Hie musical play, 
has 'htgned a contract to open at Die l'lvoll a 
week from Monday. He will work with the 
piano only, and sing songs of a style never 
before heard In this connlry. 

Cosmo Cordon l*cuuox. Adrian Boss nnd 
Eustace Ite Ltu-ey and collaborating In a new 
mimical piny. The title lias not been se- 
lected as yel. . 

James t)'Nell has been In London during 
tlm/'piisi tew dnys. On the voyage over 
Mflt O'Nell was taken sick and was 
obliged to leave the ship at Qaieenstown and 
proceed to Cork, where nU'operatlon was per- 
formed bv a celebrated mirgcon. Mr. O well 
IsIIb M that his wife Is gelHug along* 
splentlblly. ami Unit she will, be able to lea« 
the hospital next week. Mr. aud Mrs. O Nell 
will spend a week lu 1-oudon. Paris and 



\veek. but we are hII well ami happy, and 
business Is good." 

This week. In Glasgow, comedy Jugglers 
are lo the front. Herbert Lloyd Is lopping 
'he bill Hiere. ut Ihe Pavilion ; Itadford and 

tme 

slide lo eondemn as, dangerous uoyfh fuels;- tVac'tTons^bave'norpallTd upon publfc Inter- 

Kltlose Is now In Paris, and reporls from yond a comic song. He would reckon there est. The soectacle. "The Fall of the t. olden 

Hurt cttv snv that lie Is making a big hit at w/re alsmt tea thousand "dumb show" per- Hate." has been reconst meted and elaborated. 



every opportunity to dlaplay their Ignorance has been passed in six weeks, Incladlni: six 

of a popular entertainment, and It would lie Sundays and July 4. There Is always boop- 

rldlculoiis to give them authority to decide thing new at this resort, although the Igor- 

what wan a dangerous act and what was not. intp village, the ostrich farm, the Viraar 

Pracllcully the new bill would make It dob- Vaudeville Girls and the mvrlad other at- 



WEST VIIIGINIA. 



formers, and they would just forsake the und Is being given wllh artistic effect nlghtly- 
hngllsh hulls ami circuses if this foolish Changes have great tv enhunced the beauty of 
measure became ln«-. the production: Patrick Conway's band, the 

♦♦♦ official organl-iatlon of Cornell University. 

Is glvlog excellent programmes every atter- 

noon and evening. Next Friday night win 

be College night, for which a special pro- 

WlirelliiR.— At Wheeling Tark (Geo. Mc- gramme will be offered. . .... 

aue 10 arrive nuui awn- Laughlln, general manager) the free vaude- CnrTEB. — Elter. the mermaid, at tm* 
commences a four weeks' vllle attractlona drew large audiences at park. Is astonishing swimmers by ner aiMiij^ 
- every performance last week. They broke the to remain under water one minute and tony 
record of attendance July 4, It being the Beconds and then to disappear entirely do- 
largest audience ever In the history of the neath the water. Tbe management cnai- 
pnrk. People for week of 8 : Don and Mae lenges anvone to discover Elter'a secrets. 
Harden. Deonxo- McDonald Trio, Allwrt .Tac- "The Terrible Kids" and the Hayseed H' ; 
ones and Brother, Theodore Fens-ley, and TVm. morlsts, with the miniature bnrnyard. wn 

1w retained. Maestro Tooil's Band also win 



une of ihe liulls. He returns to the S-tates 
early lu September. 

Wllkle liard, who. In my opinion. Is one 
of Ihe best of the Kogllsh inusle hall come- 
dians. Is now siuglng two excellent songs. 
They are "Let Me Sing" and "I *t\aut \ou 
lo Notice My laggings. * He la making a 
tremendous hit with them. 

Mav Belfort Is due to arrive from Aner 
tea to-day. Slip commences a four wosks 
engagement at the Palace on July 24. In 
September she returns to America where ahe 
holds contracts for nine months. 

W. T. Sloan nnd company. In n very MUff 
sketch, entitled "The Plumber." made n very 
successful debut at the Middlesex, on Mon- 
day. Mr. Sloan's Dutch chnracter was so 
eleverlv dour thai he was understood^ and 



bvaus, 

Court Island Park (H. H. Rogers, maua- 

er). — The Kilties drew targe and apr)reebi- 



't'he treasurer 



will spend h week lu umuou. rans ano ■ ■ •- ••; - -- .- mttom vt the old Dniry ger).— Tfie Kilties drew targe and apprprhv 
Berlln. and will lake a Herman »nw "Jt ffi l f£ e w a^jTwho ^ know the house Vive audiences week of L Npetropolltan Con- 
Urpuen for XwrT«fc The f«uof«wi«« ^iTaeiei with me when 1 say It-la one of cert Band, of New York, for week of 8. 



van lovers or dramatic nit." I ne trr-a surer Bremen tor .\ew loca. lue lauuus «vi«i - ^Vii nciVa with me 
erf rite miM<Me Hind announced that ue bad uettson opens In Chicago early Ih" August »■» fl B rw wuu ™" 



HI. .illlvBirO 1UWI« *>nni» ■■ 1 - ■ 

remain. The concertn ore of a lilgh order oi 

Saxs Booci Park (Leonard Wolf, nan*- 
ger). — Another hew * snow, "PlaniaMun 



JtJLY 11. 




THE :NE^V" YORK? OLIPPEH: 



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In "''"''"f f "'".'**' r "r.,!'|f, r v^'", , ?'. l '.V 01 ; d "", t , 'ViS?* ''" ""•"•• l"» Mrig or.to.d«jr. Prominent .ln«.r. ■•rllialrwuir.n, »lr,i.(Itli,.n.,l will, II, ud hll 



pltiymatw were parted. Id after yean their old love wag renewed. When he proposed sue said : 
CBU.— Will yon always love me In that name old way, 
Cheer and mm me when I'm old and gray. 
He faithful and true to me when you aay 
Thai you will always love me la Thai name old way J 
In the second verse-chorua Is his reply : 

" I will always love, I'll he kind and true," etc. 
These are toe beat Songs un the market to-day. Orchestration and Professional copies will be sent to recogniaed ! 



• llooey, Won't Vou Let lie tte Your only 
out but trying to make gwn\ wtlh promote* : 

OHO.-lloney, won't you let me he vouronlv many 
I'll buy yon Hue clothev, I'll do all I can ; 
Tlieic'a a reeling in ray heart for you ; 
lionet , I'd lie good to you 

if 1 WUH jlllll Uttl.V tllHII. 

iQgers and to thoie Inclosing latest program, u [>ou receipt of fie, wkMl pays posiagc. 
MAMCL, 62ia WKL.L.8 AVE., 8T. 



t» f iTnlvril as 

It'* iitlaliuitt a 



Dill] ■ • »ll »'»- 

love-sick coon losing 



LOUIS, MO. 



Folks" now gives Sans Soucl six garden 
theairiM, with hourly performance* A halt 
■ran i»f dsrkien sing nnd dance to the de- 
ilsht of the visitor!- -In the vaudeville the- 
atre n hew bill nI»o will be presented. Mld- 
itet Land offers "Mabel's (Manoeuvres." a 
Utile farce comedy, produced by midgets. 
Thev also appear in several vaudeville nets. 
'fbe'Odeon, the electric theatre the Igor rotes, 
Vesaelln'n Bandn Soma, nnd other features 
nrf pleasing visitors. 
lUviNiA Park <i. J- M unlock, manager). 

Tbeuew transportation facilities between 

the city end R,\vl:ilft Park render It an. easy 
matter for Chlcngonns to spend a pleasant 
pveuinK with Walter Darnroscb and the New 
•\orfc Svmphonv Orchearra. Mr. Dnniroscti 
IacIhs uls third wfek Sunday, July 8, with 
n programme Including the Tanuhauser over- 

CI.AHK Stkrf.t Museum (Louis M. Hedges, 
uianncfr). — Hall nod Owen will exhibit their 
trained dogs, pontes and monkeys in the 
I'urln boll, in the theatre first class vaude- 
ville bills will be seen during week 8. 

iiivnov Dims Museum (Win. J. Sweeney, 
manager). — In the eurlo boll are Vnleruo, 
the magician, and other up-to-date features. 
In the theatre *Ieorge Sherman and the Mid- 
way dancers will be seen during week of 8. 

\FTGBiiAtn. — Charles Ulrlch's new dra- 
matic sketch. "When Justice Is Done," hnd 
if premier at the Majestic Theatre. 0, with 
Charles W. Hitchcock And Rose Evans In- 
terpreting four decidedly strong roles. The 
playlet is pronounced by local vaudeville 
managers as being one of the most novel and 
dratDHtlc sketches ever seen here. The scene 
I* laid In Virginia, Just before the surrender 
of OeD. Lee. and Its situations ore strong. 
.K.F. Carruthers spent the Fourth at 

Ill's home In St. I^oirls Walter Keefe, of 

the Bijou circuit, now Is with tie Western 

Vaudeville Managers. ( The International 

Is going to brtl'd theatres at Battle Creek and 
Knlaiaazoo, Mich John J. Jim man- 
ager of the Crystal 'Theatre, Detroit, la spend- 
ing a few days In Chicago Dan W. Mc- 
Coy, who entered the International fold last 
season, ns maunger of the bouses in. Chicago 
anil Scranton, Pa., has been transferred to 
the Chicago main offices Monde Rock- 
well hus made n big lilt In her special feature 

at the Coliseum Ed. C. Hayroan, of the 

Western Vaudeville Managers, hea been out 
of town during the week, enjoying n rest. . . . 
Many graduating classes and secret societies 
gave tTieatre parties at rtie Harrlck during 

last week Walter H. Reynolds, business 

representative of trie Bennett Dramatic Ex- 
change and Play Brokers, will spend Ills va- 
cation nt Atlantic City. N. J The Gentry 

Bros' Shows, a trained animal organization, 
which has visited Chicago several times la 
tie past, will open a week's engagement at 
the old West side ball park. Monday after- 
noon. 9 Chicago's midsummer circus sea- 
son will be opened for two weeks. Iwgtnning 
Monday, July 10, by the Carl Hagenbeck 
Shows. 

— «-*-•> 

OCR SOUTH AFRICAN LETTER. 

FROM OCR OWN COnHEflPONDRNT. 



WISCONSIN. 

Blllvraabee. — A theatrical event of more 
than ordinary Interest took place last week, 
when the premier production of "Clothes, 
the Boclety play, by Chanulng Pollock and 
Avery Hapgood. was given at the Davidson 
Theatre, by the Brown-llaker Stock Co. 
Critics pronounce the play a success, and 
prophesy a future for It. Milwaukee has 
every reason to feel proud or the Urowu- 
Baker Stock Co. Their efforts In giving an 
original production with only a week'x re- 
hearsal Was most excellent, and the coiniwny 
well merited ihe praise accorded them by 
Channing I'ollock, when he was called for on 
the opening night. Sccnlcally the piece was 
given a production worthy of Its Importance, 
Albert Brown and Colin Campbell deserving 
special credit for this. The tirown-Tlnker 
Co. is putting ou "We tins of Tennessee" for 
week cornrnenrlng July 0. Attendance to 
date bn* been remarkable, capacity audi- 
ences ruling throughout each week. 

P.vnsT Park.— -The United States Govern- 
ment Indian Band, and a sensational act, the 
Somersault of Death, proved big attractions 
the pawl week. Attendance was good. 

VtHiTR Citt. — Under the management of 
J. L. SchnlJalre, of Chicago, this resort 
opened July 1 caught on from the Jump, 
Clayton. Jenkins and Jasper, Slaekey aud 
Xeamnnn. the Seven Belfords, acrobats, and 
Schllzonyl's Ilungnrlnn Bund were the prin- 
cipal features. 

WoNDKiir.ANP (Thomas Whnllng. mana- 
ger) — This popular park coutluueu to draw 
crowds last week, despite opposition. Kryl 
and his bnnd scored a tremeudous hit. It 
was pronounced one of the best bands ever 
heard In Milwaukee, and will remain over 
for week of 0. 

NirrKS. — Avery Flapgood and Oliinnfbg 
Pollock were both In attendance at tbfV orig- 
inal production of "Clothes." Several out 
of town theatrical representatives were also 

present .James K. Hacked run up from 

Chicago Wednesday to witness a perform- 
ance Ring-line Bros.* CUbM gave two 

performances Monday. The large tent waa 
packed to capacity nfternoou nnd evening. 
The still? of tickets was stopped one half hour 
before the performance In the evening, so 
great was the crowd. The stnndnrd of past 
ypnrs la Rtlll maintained by the Rlngllngs 
llils season. The opening feature, "The 
Kield nf the Cloth of fiold," was the most 
elaborate opening feature ever put ou by a 
circus In Milwaukee. 



, Capetown, June 12. 

The state of the theatrical world In South 
Arrlca at the present moment Is not a bril- 
liant one. This country Is suffering from a 
want of really good tnlent. which enn always 
rely on substantial support, and It only re- 
ouii-es an energetic nnd enterprising mana- 
ger to step Into the arena and make money. 
T hnve no doubt he would meet with a cool 
reception from those already in possession, 
but that should not discourage him. and I 
can safely predict n successful carreer for 
him. It must be borne In mind that the In- 
habitants of South Africa are a cosmopolitan 
crowd, and more than the majority have 
come from the finest cities of the world, aud 
hnve seen nnd heard the finest players of the 
day. ho they are competent to judge and ap- 
preciate. The country requires fresh btood, 
fresh energy, and an idea of the require- 
ments of the public: 

The present company at tlio Tlvoll Thea- 
tre of Varieties carries some good talent, 
and manager Pickering wears an extra smile 
when be sees ihe full houses In the coxy and 
pretty theatre u-udur his control. lOdgar 
Homalne, who opens the programme. Is billed 
an a crelaor of chorus songs. Ills songs ni-e 
good, and he sings thera fairly well. Mount- 
ford and Walsh are specially slugers and 
dancers, and please their audience. Corlna 
Corltin is an Anglo-Spanish specialty per- 
former. She ling a good stage appearance, 
her makeup being excellent, nnd her cos- 
tumes, fine. She has a good voice, bat 
makes the mistake of singing her songs In 
Kiigllsu, wherrns they would sound better if 
Ming In Spanish. A really clever and talent- 
ed couple nre the 1'iqunyu. Their work 
throughout is clenu. smart and faultless. 
Their eiiulllbrlstle nets nre worthy of every 
nrnlse. Claire Itomnlne Is a grent favorite 
liere, and she does a good tura. Meier 
mid Mora give au excellent hag punching 
ing exhibition, at least one of (beta does. 
The llnest turn on the programme Is 
undoubtedly Stuart, the female Imperson- 
ator, His clever mimicry of the move- 
ments and postures of a lady, combined 
with a most excellent voice, fully convinced 
ninny In the audience that a member of the 
weaker sex stapd before them, until, ia re- 
sponse to repented encores, he came on the 
Binge, and In bin natural voice called out, 
"nil right." He wears some beautiful dressed, 
and his performance throughout Is artistic. 
Fred Lane, styled "The Quaint Comedian." 
Impersonated tlint elcver comedian, T. E. 
Dunvllle. A vrry pretty and effective turn is 
contributed bv Be Witt, Burns and Torrance. 
In . their .production, "The Awakening of 
Toys." The act Is unique, original nnti 
clever, and the acrobatic feats of the two 
men are smart and well executed. The 
Tlvollscope completes the good programme. 
Capetown Is looking forward to the advent 
of Ada Reeve, who Is drawing full braises 
et the rCroplrc, Johannesburg. 

. At the Opera House. Ihe Wheeler Gaiety 
Co. Is staging "Vcroulque," to fair houses. 
1 — +*« 

MARYLAND. 



Enn Claire, — At the Unique (Win. Ar- 
mond, manager) people for July 2 and week: 
(iladstnoe Children, Delia Watson, Stafford 
and Stone ' Win. Armond, Cowles nnd Alden, 
and J(»hn Harrington. Excellent business. 

Xontt. — Hale's Fire Fighters, June 27, did 

splendid business ETagenbeck's Showa* 

A, cnm& to S. R. O. at each performance. . . . 
The Dottgbertv & Campbell Stock Co. opened 
a week's engagement, under canvas, July 2, 
to a parked tent. 

— — a i 

La CrosMe — At the Bijou the bill for 
week of July 2 Included : Miller and Edwards, 
Arthur Lane, Six Leaping Lavalles, Jack 
O'Toole, and Raymond and Clnrko. This 
house closed for repairs on July 8, and will 
reopen Sept. X 

NcrrE. — The Ln Crosse Theatre, which Is 
undergoing alterations, will reopen Sept 3. 
, : — »>» • 

CALIFORNIA. 



Baltimore.— The bill at Electric Park 
(Scliauherger & lrvln, managers), for week 
beginning July n. Includes: Ix>la Hawthorne, 
the KIta-Hanza Troupe. Maude Emory. Cook- 
Ivy and McBrlde. and Viola and Engel. At- 
tendance Inst week was very large. 

*Mfr* 

Eddie Mack, comedian, late of the BIJou 
Cotaedv Pour, now working with his wife 
(Minnie Granville), states that the team has 
Elgned with Sam Devere's Own Co. for next 
team:), this making Miss flrsnrllle'h third 
■eason, and Mr. Mack's second season with 
the company. 



Low Angeles At the Mason Opera 

ITouse (IE C. Wyatt, manager) "Wblrl-l- 
<Hg,'' by .the James Burlesquers, closed a 
successful week July 1. "Twlrly-Whlrly" Is 
the oew bill tor' 2 and week, with "Barbara 
Fidgety" ln preparation for 1). 

Bklasco (John II. Blackwood, mnnager). 
— "The Heart of Maryland," by the stock 
company, met with such unusual succesH 
week ending 1 Hint It Is continued for an- 
other week. "What Happened to Jones" U. 

Morosco'k itniBANK (Oliver Morosco, man- 
ager!. — "Tennessee's I'nrdner," as produced 
bv the stock company, drew well week end- 
ing June 3ft. "The Ensign," by the Burba nk 
Stock Co., Is the offering July 1 and week. 
The special production of "Tlcddn Ciabler" 
by Constance Crawley nnd Marry Mestayer, 
on July "i, promises big business. Under- 
lined, "The Lady from Lurnmie." 

Ukand Oi'kra Hoiikk (Clarence Drown, 
manager). — "Secret Service Sam," by the 
lllrlcli Stork Go- closed Tts second successful 
week I. "Marching Through Leorgia" 2, 
"At the World's Mercy" 0. 

OfiPiititm (Martin Beck, general mana- 
ger). — Kea tares 2 and week : Kaufman 
Troupe, Irvlug Jones, Oartelle Bros.. Willy 
Zimmerman, Zlufco aud King, Probst, Nora 
Bnvos, and motion' pictures. 

Unique (Ifentz &. Znllee. proprietors). — 
Features 2 and week: Myrtle VI tome nnd 
Halubow Duo, In sang nnd dance; Frank 
Bench comedlnn; Jack (lolden and company. 
In sketch: Illustrated nongs. Unique Players, 
In "Her l'rlvale lictectlve," nnd motion plc- 

FmrHFit'fl (A. E. Fischer, manager).— 
Herold, the modem Snrason; motion pictures, 
nnd Fl seller's All Star Comedy Co., In "Our 
Beauty Doctor." 

Hotchkihs (T. Jeff. White, manager). — 
"The Beauty Shop" closed Its second week 
of good business July 1, and Is followed by 
"Koly-Foly," with Kolb and Dill as the 
principals 

HOT Star (J. K. Wilson, manager), — sew 
vaudeville and burlesque features, also new 
musical cxtrnvagnnKa, 1-7. 

Empire (Billy Banks, resident manager).— 
Features 1 and week: Marco, the Mystic; 
Laura Bauku, Illustrated songs; ltomalne and 
Fitch, presenting "Old Glory ;'* Montrose 
Brothers, ncrobnrs and equilibrists; Kitty 
Walsh, singing and dancing ; Empire Stock 
Co., In "Americans Abroad," and cinemato- 
graph. 

CiXEOfwAdt (J. A. Browne, manager). — 
Features 1 and week : Lorain, souorettc ; 
Genevieve Osborn, baritone : Bonnie Bess, 
child actresR ; Madeline Howe, In Illustrated 
soags; Ed. Fink, comedian: farce by stock 
company, and motion pictures. 

Notes. — Robert Dempster, of the Belasco 
Storlt Co.. left I ah Angeles 1, to spend I be 
Summer In Mf York, and will return to 

Los Angeles In September Willis m 

Desmond, lending man of the Burbojok Stock 
Co., Is to leave Los Angeles Ihe latter part 
of the month for Npw York, where he is to 
he under the management of Mr. Frohiaan. 
Mace Oreenlent Is to be Mr. Desmond's suc- 
cessor at the Burbank Theatre. .... ."The 

Half Breed," the new Morosco-Cotlrell play. 
Is to bo presented It, for the first time, at 
the Burbank Theatre. ~" 

Onkland. — At the Mocdonough (Charles 
P. Hall, manager) "The Lighthouse Robbery," 



by the FJIIcforri Stock Co., drew capacity 
houses week ending July 1. The Elleford Co.. 
In "My Tojn-B»y tUrl," 2-6. 

I.iskktv (H. W. nishop, manager). — 
Rlsliup's Company of Players did a heavy 
business In "A Temperance T»iwn," week 
ending J. Kntherlue itrev nnd Frank Uader- 
n-ond, Rttpported by the Liberty Sivck Co.. In 
"Mlxpali,* Z-9. 

IrnDiA I'.iHK (Will L. Oreenbaum.' mana- 
ger). — The Idora Opera Co., In "Olivette," 
I..-.'* 1 I'jumiI uuii.sea weekending 1. Xtn* same 
bill 3-& "When Johnny Conies Marching 
Home" to follow. 

iii;l.i. 1 1'>\. Hoinnn, manager). — Attrac- 
tion)! nud week: Harry Maan and Com- 
pany, la "Mandy Hawkins ;" Bothwdl 
Browne's Onlety Olrls, prescntlug "Quo 
Vadls nl a Mode;" U, Herbert Mitchell, 
inunolog'st ; Bossley and Kosell, comedian*, 
and the latest motion pictures. Bnalaess Is 
Immense. 

Novelty (Tony Luhelskl, manager) .— 
Keatiu-es U and week : Rupnll, juggler ; the 
Prices, colored singers and dancer*: Paul Ia 
Drew, mqiiologist : Mack and Tult. singers 
and comedians; V. R. McPheraon Dlustrnted 
suogs, and the prol cytoscope. Business S. 
It. 0. 

* i » 
MICHKJ.W. 



Detroit. — At the Temple Theatre (J. II. 
Moore, manager) the bill week of July 1> In- 
cludes: Mr. and Mrs. Perkins Fisher, Four 
Bards, Stanley nnd Lonnurd, Flo Adler. How- 
ard and Howard, Hndl Alfarabl. Sisters 
Happo, Swan and Baabnrd, and the klueto. 
graph. 

Note. — Theatres cloned are: The Whitney, 
Crystal, Avenue and Lyceum. 
■ »■■ 

Bay City. — At Wenoim Beach Casino (L. 
W. HIchardB, manngcr) the following bill 
drew large crowdH week of July 1. und 
incased: liva Westcott and company, lu "An 
Episode hi Modern. Life ;" Thomas J. Kcouglt 
ottd company, ln "The Way He Won Her:" 
Whistling Tom Brown, the Tossing Austins, 
the Four Alvluns, and the klnetoscnpe. Hutli- 
Wulre :md lier company of kaugnroo tjlrls 
head the 'bill week of S. The manageuftit 
announces the Fourth as a record breaker at 
this resort, fifteen thousand people being In 
attendance. 

Bi.i ov i J. D. PI (more, manager ) . — Th Is 
theatre closed the season 1, and nfter belug 
renovated and Improved will reopen Aug, 2U. 
■ ' 

Kalaninaoo.— At the Bijou (W. S. But- 
terlleld, manager) a good line of vaudeville. 
In a well nramiged. house, results In continu- 
ous big business. 

Casi.vo I'aiik (Daken & Bnlrd, manngcrs). 
— A strong bill, beaded by Dan Qulnlan aud 
Keller Mack, started week of July 1 wltli 
big 'business, which continued through the 
week. 

Wonderland (F. D. McCormlck, manager) 
opened its doors July 8. The arcade shows 
abont om hundred slot, machines, and has 
been doing a big business. The auditorium, 
wltb moving pictures and Illustrated songs, 
too, Is welt patronized. 

■i ■■ • • ' 

Hiiirliiavv.-- -At Itivorsfilo Turk CanlOO (Ih 
W. Blchnrds, manager) the bill week of July 
1 Included: Marvelous Koode, Billy Clark, 
Ruth White and her Eight Kangaroo lilrlw, 
iiorilner. and Bevere, nnd the Heumans. Big 
hualness resulted. Bill week of 8: Eva West- 
colt nnd company, Four Alvlnos, Whistling 
Tom Brown, Ida O'Duy, and the Tossing 
Austlna. 
■ COLB llnOTIIRRH ClRCUR 0. 



.Gtnnd niipiils. — At the Itamona (Lou 
Delauiater, manager) attractions for week of 
July 8 are : Don und Thompson, Bud Fnruunv 
Trio, Qulnlnti and Mack, Vtillcclta'B leopards, 
A'lghttuaa, and Lizzie Wilson. 

(louniov's Pavjlhpn (Cbas. (iodfroy, rann- 
agcr).— Will II. Melds, Billy Meltable, Mil- 
lard Bros., Martha Pulin, Hears Co., and 
Spauldltig and Dupre. 

<« > 

CONNECTICUT. 



tffnirtfard, — At 1 'arsons' (II. O. Parsons, 
proprietor und mnnnger) the Initial presen* 
tation of "The Dtiku and tun Dnncor" was 
well received, and It proved singularly pleas- 
ing. Attendance during the week was eii- 
Ilivly satisfactory. "Because Sho Loved 
Him So" will be given week of ft. "When 
We Were Twenty-one" week of 1(1. Lew 
Dockstador's Minstrels open their season 
here, as usual, Wcduendnv, July "n. 

Poi.i'a (Lun Ik 13. Kelly, manager),— The 
stock company at tlrls house has iirescnted 
several attractive playa during the present 
season, In ti highly com in end able manner, 
no one of which nave proved more entertain- 
ing to the large nuiUenccH Minn "The Belli; 
of Richmond." which was Inst week's offer- 
ing. Kdwla Milton Boyle's "Friends" week 
of I). 

Lex a Paiik Is proving to bo a very Inler- 
etding place of unuiMeinent, Judging from the 
mulllludcw which dally find iheir wny to this 
new and atunendous amusement feature. 
Managers Dairy & Speck spare no expense 
in giving their patrons full vnlue for their 
money in amusement of the hrighU'st kind. 
The licndllner for the present week Is Mile. 
Ifitha De Herentn, In her Tvonderfiil nnluial 
act, cut it led 4 '8ports of the East." 

Notch. — Manager Parsons has recently In- 
stalled Id his attractive theatre, at nn out- 
lay of fl.iH.ni. a compressed air nlaut, for 
cleaning bin house. It ncis with a thorough- 
ness that la absolutely perfect IMnnn- 

g'i- Jennings, of the Hartford Opera House, 
as a large number of painters nnd derorn- 
tors at work, and it is his intention to ndd 
audi new and lively coloring In and about 
the roomy aadltorlum. Much that Is at- 
tractive and gay will greet the approvlnn 
eye of his numerous patrons at the Fall open- 
lug of the season, for which many fine book- 
ings have been made. _ 

Bridgeport — At Poll's Theatre (ft B. 

Mitchell, manager) "Kathleen Mavournecn." 
bv the Poll Stock Co., week of July 2, did 
well. "The Frisky Mrs. Juhoson," by the 
fijtmr company, week of ft. 

STKurLKCftABK island (fleorgo Raymond, 
maunger). — Vaudeville thentre; HArrv h. 
y.edfi. the Flexible Adonis: Merrltt and Ito- 
sella. In "The Village Torments;" Hume, 
Cain and Iloev, comedians : Iteta Curds. 
violinist, and Huston and Dallas, comedians 
and Juitglem. 

w ♦♦♦ 

ItopTRT B. mantku. will Include "Hobcii- 
crantz and Oulldensturn'' In his repertory 
next seaffpu. This Is W. H. Ollliert's burlesque 
on "Hamlet," and was recently acted by 'the 
author aud others, at the Terry benefit. Mr. 
Uantell will play King Claudius. 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 

and 

B OARDING HOUSES. 

1' A LACK IIOTKL. 101 N. Ultfk St., Chicago. 

European, $3 pet week: with private hath,' IT, 
rnjklaa Bath, too, II. B . 11 DMFBiiKT, Prop. 

TitAKALUAR-llMnK.W, N.T.nr. Keith 'i, 
Acad, or kfQBiu, uowey. Rooms Mo., 76c. |i, 
11.60 daj; 1X60 to >a week. W.l>. II ANN iu AN,Prop. 



aah A Madison, CHICAGO, 

Vaughan, I'rup. Strlotly 

American Plan. $s-i6 single; 

liiu patronage invited. 

" hotel ST. DBM1B, iaa-in WeslllarxetBt. 

Indlanapulls, lud. Cniivciiicut. to nil theatres. 
Be st Lit tle Hold iu IiHllitnajKi1tn._ Actora* Katun. 



tT-i j dQuble. Vaudevl 



MRS. M. C. ROCHE, 

:t28 W. I flth ST.. NKW VOHK. 
Convenient to I'roctnr's, (Irnod und ICIght 

Avenue Theatres. 



an and 
tan Plan 



ClAREBDOll HOTEL. J3S 

• LilCI.EV A JKNNINOS, I'rops. 

IV, Olarfc St.. ror. Ontario, Chlragu. 

Kates, M, 76 aud trpor day. %'l to |o per week. 



FOR SALIC, M(H)KH\ <»PRltA UtirsK, 

Northern Ohio, (loud niiow town: pupnintivti uuo; 
HCttiliu csuacUy, 4r.«. Steam hunt, electric light, 
city water, complete Bet of new sccucry. Cost 
$9 ,6»o. Price. M.fiott to o,ulck tmyor. 
«KO. M. SMITH, Court House, Warren. Ohio. 



FOR SALE l.nTS SHOW HTUhT, such hk 
lioiiuiTH, Magic, Voiifrlloiiulst Figitraa, Slureoptl- 
con». Slides in njk nnd mlMColliini'miH, Camormi, 
caines, Ctiitluet.1, liliu-k Art, iiiul Htiuilcurr Work. 
AddreM J. 0. AUMONI), ffTorth KiiUoti, N. II. 

AUKNTM-hegltltnatu sulisMtuiu Mr Slot Mn- 
clilneM; pHicntod; noils al- sight fur $1. Oood ler- 
ritoi'yopun. I'nriU'UlarrtQiiUlACO., Anderson, lud, 

I'Alt l si i; v HOSK CLQril— Knh oo chonks, 
II Incrutisi's iiuHtity. It If your duty to appear at 
your i'C-1 and a touch of color nt iIiiiuh Ih ii legltl- 
mateaiid vjiliiuhie aid. Itln liuriulcsn. uivcs per- 
fectly tiamrul Hut, Cloth liwu several mom Int. Hont 
sculed In plain envelope, toe.,!) for 'J&c. hIIvhv. 
AguDiH wMtiicii. Farlglch 1). t:o., u»x &Q-.', N.V.city. 



aUIIU CO01I>OliKII ANU A11RANUK1J 

tor any laalrument or number of loatromcata. 

SoBgi, words and music, sketches, eta. SondHiamp. 
OHAS. L. L.KWIS, 4» Ktchuionil Ht. , Ct&clnnati, 0. 

•Iol» irnoiib nrg, Pttinia. 

SKRTCIIRM, TnivcHtlcH, Hurlesiiut's, etc., 
written to order. Only Hie beat original work fur- 
furnNhed to prof. Jon. Kershaw, few lliittonwooil 
St., riilla. 



WANTBO utonco, Violin, Clarloiie I. and Cor- 
nel For Bummer hotel. Write or wire (prepaid) 
lowuitt lerim. No faro paid, ii, '/.. H-.-v*, m urn-ii 
nn; St., Attauta,Un. 



u/ANTBD, MCd. rerformorM (plav organ, rend 
or fake), Man Hint doox Bpenlaltles ami Fako 
or^aii/or vnod Straight Mltu tlutt I'luys Organ: 
must. fake. No sketch teams. H, K. towns, Hpeclui, 
car. Hilly Kllug, Mgr., Modem Heniedy Co., 
Poland, N. y„ Herkimer, Co. 



WANTBD-Mcd. Hliow feople; '"Jtiiup hUe;" 
week btandH. A live .s. nnd 1), Com., uiuke acto 
go. Real S. nud H. EfcMb, ActH uud Organ, Mtmlcul 
Cinri. Acta aud K. and I).. Cotitorlloii AiN and 
Vamp Organ. IliiRtlcrs only. Unlluoti Mao mid 
otiioM, write. Open here July 2ft. Tcnnirt|UOiuid 
exp.| singles |io and oxp: No tickets. Money 
sure, but 1 must, have the goodn, Tell nil. I)r, 
Tom Blllwi n. Itnc k Island, illltiolH, 

\vv\Tt:ii (illICK, for Heon»i A llainiiioinl 
Vaudeville uin-ns, to Htrengilteii, good Sketeit 
Team, up in acts, iiml good BjH>ciultlitH. 'j-nlght 
stands. Single RcMhlWO mid Soveiiv Man. Low, 
sure yalury. K, II. Ilatriw, HMJg M gr.. Hellwlre , 0, 



coil sali:, Cotuliliwiloii hi Oclitvi'.Uhniin. 
KoMiiwood Mnriiiiini und M iiltnlniplioiif. only 
iiwd a few tlmea; |Tf>. 27 Ahuiilliuiu CliltiieH. 
First cIiihh condition; fh.1. 

HAItltV II. HAKKK. M MM.Bttl SI., Harrlsliiirg. 

WANTEU, LfXTTUHRK mid S. and IJ. C0MK-: 
DIAN. Money any lime yon wluli II. A week'* 
salary advanced aa hooii iih toii join. Write in 
full. Addnms ftl. fc. uosk. 

cure or (jrucu Alt. Iletiicdy Co., Ilraddook, l*a. 

W\\rKI), At all HmuH. VKRSATIbK I'KH- 
FOHMBIIS Hull can rliunge for 01)0 week, Wdrk 
In haiiH year 'round. Utwettt salary.you pay own. 
No UekulH. You get your» every Hunduy. 
AdilreH^J^a AUMONI). North Sutton, S._ II. 

WANTED," FOR REPERTOIBE, " 

GEN. BUS. ACTOR 

To double Cornet lu Hand, Woinnn for 1-oailn aud 
JllvcnllcK, Actor, wltll pInyM, to (II reel llage. 
Others write. 'I'Iiohc doJiig specjiiltJeu or play In 
bund preferred. Slide lowext salary flrNt. letter, 
We nay nil. KehearxalH July A Aildre»>* 

i: Ii-Tiiltu ll A I'.iNt; CO., Mt. Carroll, in. 



TO OI'BN AL0.fi, AT POUT WASHINGTON, win. 
Bunvy Man for Mexican Heavy, to iloubln Coruer, 
Snare Driim or Hitrltone In Ilaud, I'Ihiio I'laycrlo 
double Cornet, Violinist to double Snaro Imimor 
tur.tenu, Adilrcxtt 
AllTHClt J. WOOHH/Jir, Kvaiw Ave.. Aurora, III. 



MED. PERFORMERS 

WANTED. 

Thope who can chnngt' for two weeks. Alnat 
make p-n-.nl or cloup ilrat night. Lnrgent Med, 
Show on the rond. No tlekntn for bnlntice 
Of acatton. AddreiiH M, J. I'HILMI'H, 

Oraat Motel, IVirlu, 111. 



AMUSEMENT HrSwr 

m\e caOHog nl The latest I'az/,len. NuvelflcH and 
Pocket Trleka. UNIVKR9AL HKI'I'I.V CO., i» U 
S.ille St., Chicago, K«laWI»jicd_IHHJ, 

CONTRACTS 

I.UTTRll IIBADH, RNVRMH-G8, TICKHTd. 
l'.ISKKH, CAKDS, {lie, S'rltc (or Hainpta- 
iPrht. ]'i<r- l*» 'ir* ti«.«rf »..•< <» i'l.l.in r .. ',i 



ACTOR8 and ACTRESSES 

THROW AWAY YIIUK VAVH. 

ASPA WEIGHT PRODUCER 

MrmttjctcMW yourweUihi from >• to lfi pounds a 
month. Never known to fail. tlrnUfM tHauafery 

or the *kv. Will prodnce hone, llesh anil t m wheu 
everyiiilng clue liu- rolled. Wonderful ft»r nor- 
voUMticNH. I'lli-e $'J. Ilhi-tiiil'il linoktul free. 
ASI'A CUBMIUAL COMPANY. 
w:-ih» Kiiiioii Hireot, (few York. 

WANTED, 

LADY PARTNER FOR RECOGNIZED MUSICAL ACT. 

.Mil-; read mimlr and do hoIo on wind or Hiring in- 
strument. Dud playing piano preferred. Mimt 
;niL .iiiii ■:-•■ fn! 1 two fruwtr rehcamal. I fnrniHli 
ItialriiuieiitN anil t'YpeiiMci4 after Joinlug. Art 
tiuukvdHoltd in vaudeville until April, idot. Olvu 
fnll particular* and salary llrst Ictti'i* srud plwto, 
wlileh will he returned. Address W, i„ I'OTrS, 

Care of ('rvsta! ThentrcH, KUcliurt, lad., week 
July V|_ iioahe'ii. Ind.. week Ju'y lo. 

POItTIIK 

HENDERSON STOCK CO., 

balance of Bummer and next seamm, UHKVUi, 

HKPI-iRTOIRK I'KOIT.K 111 till lint**; Woman for 
Juveniles nudHDiiH' character*; Mmiforili-u. Uiih.; 
Hood Hpcclnltv Man tn liaik after propN. I'i'ople 
ti.iin^ hi]>cclalt|i's given prufereiice. I^iitgncmioii; 
we neviir close. Salary low, lull »ure 



RlL'llAllll llKNDKKNON, l.iilnllig, 1,1. 




HI HH and ELLIOTT, 

CUJMKOl At Ht»IJ \'I M, 



MACt»N, U\, t 
VAUVKVUiLK AtrtVt, HttTNK TKAMS, SINQtRfl. 

Till Mid September. Uncfiii HmTtuittc Miuck 
People, write any time. Also Vatnluvilie Av\» nr 
Tlnnukrtioii Piirk.SavjiiLiiiih, Oil, luclnia'cof Hmti- 
llier. AddrenH .1. W. ilHINMAN, 

Macun, flu., or Mnva iumli, (la. 

VVANTVOi 

ORCHESTRA LEADER 

i \'ioi, IN i, that doubles bMritoMla laiud. Vuraii 
tile "Ten Nlglils" in-oplu, write, Cur ►hoiv; iniilnr 
canvas; long season. WIU, I1UV nOft.H.T. If 111 
good (Toudltioii. AddiCHR ItldlWN A ItOUKKTrt, 
Route In llils paper, or permniient adilresg, 
17 tn J nek sun Avenuv, Kuoxvllle, Teuiu 



KUIl i UK ' 

ARLINGTON STOCK CO.. 

SINGIHO ANDDAKOISO SOUB&ETK. 

Can place FIRST CLAH8 HIHTKIl TKAM whoimii 
do jxirrs. Kt'lieamiilft Aug. U, at Jniuotti 1 , I'n. 
Hoanoti upeiiH Aug. aft at WiihIiIiikhiii, Pa, Adilresa 
PBLCHKH A, I'KJTHR. HoX iVi, WIHlBliiHpori, Pi*. 

KENNEDY PLAYERS 

Want Leading Man and Heavy Woman, 

Oo some Characters. Htnto lowest. Long en- 
itagement. We novcr clean. AddroHH 

UKN I.KWJH. . CUI.UHIllAjJtfO. 

WA^TKI) ATOMJCPV 

0BAB1OTEB HAN, CHiBiCTEB WOIAI 

Por iialauco of Hummer neason and all next, tluo 
piece, light comedy. Those doing ajioclully inu- 
ferrcd. Mend iiIhiIoh, which will In' ret unied. 
PKMOY C. I'HLHl. 

iioh'i Umplri', li'wav aiul ujiiat,. N, \ . <}. _ 

BURTON STOCK CO. 

WANT* 
Hough Ruiilii-ol to mihl Mluguiiil liimi-c; OrehcHtra 
IiciuIit, Duniiie lliiud; I'nrforiuerH,' Ihnilile Hand; 
HiisklniH, Houlile Slagn; I'liuio I'inyor to Umiilo. 
Hhow never closes. Co. payn all. Pull parlluiilurH. 
i|iin<k. H. K. I.Kfi'l'KR, 

Sole owner arid Manager, llra/.lt, Ind. 

Filer's Rip Van Winkle Co. 

Wiinls good Trap I'riiiiimm ivln. dan du bltH.Uati- 
toiic Player to douiilu sugu. Can plate iigoud 
l.lcveleael. Address 1,'IIAB. I'. KILKIC, Mgr,, 

byotiH, Kan., July 12; Hterlltig i:t, llavcn i-t, 
Muiltil Hope PI, Cnhvluli 17. llculoit Pt, Kldornilo 
IB. 



TWO GOOD COMEDIANS 

IjoihI fJlnyni- w'lli Ibinjns or tlultnrs ; wurk 
on Hlteet from i-arrlitge. Tell nil flint letter. 
AttllrHM IHt. W. W. WIIAVKIt, 

:)H20 Wllllnmit Hi., Denver, Col. 



CAN TOD USE THESE? 

One thrcu-Hcnli'd buck hoard, alxo guild for Liiuid 
lu parade: Ua.br (iraml I'lano with sldppinit cumi, 
Kjiring Motor I'liuio; ono tixftt, iix:ii), Haw mint 
TetiM; roldlng tlrgmi, Merry-go ruitnd Oriun, 
Mechanical P<ig HariiH, MnKapliom.'H. mcmJ for 
Prne Hanritln Kmfklci. 
_ H.Q. AltHHKUaTBK, Sprliigllclil, 1)IJau» u 

M*f A N T m o 7 

Repertoire, Dramatic. Vaodeville and Ku- 
sloal Comedy Oompanjr, 

Por .Se/iKoti HMMIMT. 0I'P,NK A1HI. 1ft, Write ror 
open 1 1 nn:, ThhtlMagoud bIiow towu, audit will 
pay yell to let inn hook you for any day. 

Ad. Ire** ii. ll DAViit. lluKford.Ark. 



wavtki), roit 

smsil.V'S UNCLE TDM'S OABIN CO., 

' PEOPLE IB AU BBAI0BE8 

Fur rouiDiK HfiiHitll. Aim, OlHVcir I'rilnreil I't-rror 
niero, iii.Ii. and fuiimlit. IIKO. I'KI.'K, M«r., -M 
VtiM tin HI., Ulli yiiiur, Nuw Vwk liny, 



AT LIUKU'I'V, 

Al Baritone, Second Violin 

HimuiHT rcHorl priil.rruil. Aililri'Hit 
_ m c;mii : i a j<. lyn iii winiuu,.N. r. 

PIANIST WANT Eb"--PBEF£J1ENCE TO ONE 

Doubling Uttov, rerfonuera who change Tor wei k 
and Double ltrii«(i. Near r*ew YtH-k. flliow uivt-f 
t I'Hi'i. Cooke Comedy Co., Port Jciknoo, L.I., N. V 



560 



THE 70FEW YORK CUCPPEIl. 



July 14. 



NOTICE TO VAUDEVILLE AND COMBINATION MANAGERS 



THS WOJJDEHFCL MECHANICAL DOLL, 
Haa Jnat closed a season of 40 weeks in the leading vaudeville nooses of America, managers 
everywhere claiming It to t>e the greatest mechanical doll act in the world. Electrical en- 
gineers, Inventory BClentlntH and phjulciana falling In every Inutaneo todeclde whether this 
beautiful cpurt- U human or mechanical, but all agree that If It in mechanical It In m wonderful 
piece of work, and If human It hao more power of endurance and control than any lioman 
IicIdr known. After thcstitgc exhibition Ih concluded thin flgnrc ts taken among the audience 
(In many Instances In broad day light), la examined freely by everyone. The closer It comes 
In contact with the audience the mora puzzlog it Eteems. several weeks In July and August 
open for parks and houses onera Invited from flnt clan* combinations for season 1WM7.- 

This act Is a positive novelty and create- a sensation everywhere played, having broken 
the record at many houwe*. For time and termi address 1 

< II Ml LKS KENDALL, Mgr., 123 Alfred St., DETROIT, MICH. 




UY OR LEASE 



A Good Park Property 

Ot A CITY OF NOT LKSB THAN 160,000 POPULATION. 
Address, with full particulars, "PABK PROPERTY," care CLIPPEE. 



GIANT 

7 Foot Tall, 
AT LIBERTY 

STAGE ELECTRICIAN 
OR CARPENTER. 

First class: Do Parti and be General Useful. Road 
or Ammement Park. Good In managing help. 
Attractive roang nun. reliable and compe'em. 
Address fKKD TIMER. Toaker«,lf. Y. 



LAST GALL 

PARODIES 

24 FOR $1.00. 

I GUES5THAT WILL BE ABDUTALL 

ED. ROHE, 4ft W. aBtb. 81. Sew York 



MAHinPRC IH!! IflFMTC d * s1rl0 « * positively new acd bearjtitui reainre wi . 
■ AnAUtnd ABU AUEHId conrer a favor by vliluogor "ending repreMnutiTl'J 
tt> wftnew the below named performance now with the CARL HAOENBECK CIRCnJi ., 
Chicago, III., two weeks commencing July 16. Rothlng like It ever presented, a ton*, 
flonal, unique and Phenomenal Act- conceded by many to be the moat beantlfni ««.»««„ 
In midair. The OOBEOfl SISTERS, Flying Buuernlea. their own creation-Alone. An „pmJ, 
act with rapidly circling spparatoB, the ladles suspended by their teeth, one at each pm > 
horizontal bar In mid sir circling, (lying through space, as PLYINO BITTBBPLIE3, with full win* 
broadly spread; also SKIRT DAKCK IK HID-AIR. During the sensational fl/ilun of the act both » r i, 
many feet apart, suspended by ihelr teeth in mid air, are rapidly circled In a continual whirl tbrmioi' 
apace by the aid of their spinning apparatus; at the same time both perform terrific fast spin on t? 
end of their ropes, completing what Is termed by many newn Items THE DEATH WHIRL. SiniaSi 
clippings, If desired. Can work on any of the large (.UjjeB. Theactmust l>e ceen to tmmSSXiB 
Time Ailing rapidly. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.— Be It known that I, the enderslgned no , ,,»,»?: 
retain the name or JOSEPH W. COUSINS, my name being legally changed to JOSEPH w nrrnyn? 
Farther,! am the owner ana POSITIVELY TUB INVENTOR of this new act and feats incuidin 
circling apparatus, skirt dance In mld-slr suspended by teeth, Plying Batternied.Terrliic Don hi? 
Spin and whirl. Thsnkinp inap&2cr« in advance who will prevent Infringements. Have little esteem 
for pnny man who would imitate without iirain power enough to originate. You know who I m^»i 
Place another in the dentletchnlr for six Jionths. Address all communications concerning ■bov" 
act, u> yours very truly, JOSEPH W. CCRZOM. Representative, care of Hagcnbeck Circns *•«, 
route, or care of NEW YORK CLIPPER. *"".«■»■» per 



BUFFALO BILL'S WILD HIST, 

3 XSislxt Horse DRXITESXtS 

None bat tompMml, sober ind rell utile men ne«d apply. Traa«rorlatlon paid 
licit h w*yi if flniih aeavson With company. Write, I airgraph or apply to 

1. T. IcCADDOH, Bantam & Bailey Oflice, 25 West 34lhStreet, Hew York. 



50th CONSECUTIVE WEEK OF THE 

« ■»■« HARRISON-SUTHERLAND «™ 

BIO ATTRACTIOJiB, 

Li-iiiii- MISS JULIA BENNETT £=s 
MR. r^K>\?VISl SXJTHI3>iei^AJfI> 

. WANTED, FOB SOUTHERN AND KA8 TNHN MTOCK COS., 

Leading Man, Heavy Mho, Old M^n, to direct plays and inanaite stage; Comedians, Juvenile 
Men. Character Men nnd fieuera.1 Buslueas Men, with Spfdnlt.PH : I'roperty Men, with Bpe- 
• laities, to play small pnrts; Picture Machine Men, with outfits, who are cnpnble and willing 
to play parts ; Lending Women. Juvenile Women, capable uf I<eaus, with Specialties ; Young 
Women for Old Women and Character*, with Specialties : SlDglujt und Dancing Soubrettes, 
•Slater Teams, who Play Tarts, and Two Feature Vaudeville Act*. Ability, correct coetum- 
leg, good street appearance and temperance an absolute essentiul. Stnte salary (pay your 
own), with nil particulars, and enclose phutu. AddrexH HAKltlSOX & SUTHERLAND, 
Iota, Kan., July 8-21 ; Medulla, Mo., 'JH-Aug, 4. Perm, address, (iayety Theatre, St. Louis, Mo. 



WANTED, for the Al. G. Field Greater Minstrels, 

COMEDIAN AND END MAN. 
TUBA AND DOUBLE BASS. TRAP DRUMMER. 

MUST H A vf GOOD SINGING VOICE AND NEllKQ W A I. KIT. Harry Van Fowton and Al. Johnson. 

Bease telegraph addresses. Also Monologue. Comedian and End Man for the Ikraneliy A HatOcld 
Insircls. Addrtss AL. O. FIELD, so Broad St., Columbus. Ohio. 



WANTED, FOR 

FRENCH'S NEW SENSATION, 

People that do a Strong Comedy or Novelty Act and to work la acts and numbers: also Musicians for 
Band and Orchestra. Long season. Board and transportation on board i-oat. Address 

J. K. MoNAIR, Peoria, 111. 



fELTINGE 

~ FEATURED 

I PALACE - LONDON 

A o. h. HARRIS, Personal Hgr, 

N M. S. BENTHAM. 



FAMILY 



^"thS'tre 

Hcenery and house the very finest, and doing 
*ood nnslness. 1)5,000 population to draw 
from. Seven year lease, no opposition, low 
rent Reason for selling, sickness In family. 
Will sell for 13,600. Address 
BIJOTJ THEATRE. Plqua, Ohio. 



WANTED, 

MUSICIANS 

roa IAD II STATE HOSPITAL. 

Only those handling standard maelc at sight need 
apply. Write at once to 

HENRY C. BECKER. Bandmaster, 
Boi 9C4, Dayton, Olilo. 



AT L-l 



JOB N. MAOHAN, 

Cttfcncter Leads ,nd Heavies. 
KIWIMIA MAOHAN, 

Pltolut. Slglit Remder, and Arranger. 

BABY ROSALIND MAC HAN, 

Child Parts and Strong Feature Specialties, Sing- 
ing and Dancing. Age 10 years. 
Responsible managers oaly address 

JOE. N. NACKA3, Carlelon Place, Oct., Can. 



Orchestra Leaders ! 

There Is a march that sometime you'll be playing, 
the march of the great American Nation: "Hurrah 
for the Fourth of July," because, hand In hand 
with U. 8. A., It will live and grow old thru' 
years of endless prosperity, a symbol of liberty, 
Joy and Independence. Get it now while you 
can have It tor loo.: 10 lost and piano. Singers, 
the song is a "thriller." Get It; Prog, and 
postage. ARNT A. AADNE, 

- 944 Fourth Ave., Brooklyn. V. Y. 



•06..WANTS»'07 
strong Juvenile Leading Man, Heavy Man, to mannge stage : A 1 Comedian, wltli up-to-date 
Specialties; Character Man and. Stage Director, who knows his business. AH must have 
square cuts: Strong Juvenile Leaillug Woman, Heavy Woman. Clever Character Woman, 
with Specialties; talent and wnrdrobo brurlng Inspection Indispensable. Also A Sl'DMAL 
M-7ATCH1; ACT. Orhe;-. Bep. People with tTpeclattles and good -Wardrobe, write. Stale 
nil. Pay own. rbotos necessary. Stork and Hep. Mgrs. : To I<cnse, "A Night In China- 
town," "Titled Outcast,*' "A Wad Marriage." for certain territory. 

J. C. WELSH, Newbury port, Mais, 



1VTBD, 

For LAKE COMO, Ft, Worth, Tex., 

OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS. 
High Diving, Triple Bar Acts, Balloon Ascensions. 



State lowest .alary. Ntlenc a polite negative. Addree. 

Cure Arlington Height. Traction Co 



HAUL S. HARRIS, 
- Ft. Worth. Teiaa. 



MR. AND MRS. B. J. BLETHEN, 

FOR STOCK OR REPERTOIRE. '' 

TIRST CLASS CHARACTER PEOPLE, or can make Kood ID whatever can lor. THOROUGHLY Rt 
lIABLKantiEXl'KKlES'CED MAKAGERS wuo want vwo valQnttle people. tddresB 

4414 t VASs AVE., St. Louis, Mo. 



ARINGTON'S COMEDIANS .».%■.,« 

WOMAN [or Juvcnllo l.rn-ln. And Heavies. Also PIANO PLAYER, must he Sight Reader, 
Taker, and Arranger. WOMAN tor Oliaraclt-rs and Gen. Business. Other itsuful people, write. 
Prefereueo given to those dolus; Specialties. Address WALTER AHINUTON, Leadvlile, Colo. 



HOYTTS "A MIDNIGHT BELL" CO. 

WAHTS Al REPEBTOUtE PEOPLE IN ALL LINES. 

Thotte <1olnit specialties preferred. A Tonog, Tairutcd Ladv aged ■ 30; must be at good aupearance: 
weight WO-6, if t. b, or e, Heavy Nnu Juvenile?, Soutircttca. Aino Chorus Girls. Band of s Ho utlip.ee fa 
to (lonhle Orchestra. All must be ladled and gentlemen. Knurr aed. Hlercpresentators and boozera 
Mtve sianaim. Wo have the money and gonda and want the support. 8cnd photos aod proummtt. 
40 weeks, Bontli to the coast, r, 8.— Naoagers South and Northwest wishing a good drawing card for 
a nights to week stands, ;. bills per week, advice mc.t -Addreaa all tetters to 

M AS ARBK MIDNIGHT BELL CO., Dox 256, Auburn Mew York. 



»»i-a.- 




RvOFtSSKM. 



THE HEADLHEB OP TBDHES. 

No Manager or Agent knows how good your set Is Willi 
hesoejlt. The same rulo applies to the BAL Trunk. It 
must be seen and tried. Send f< 
togUO "O." 



send for photographic csta- 
110 W\ 40 STREET, N. Y. 



SLOT MACHINES. 

CUT PRICES. CUT PRICES. 

Slot Weighing Scales, $30.00: Edison Slot Phono- 
graphs, «30.oo; Postal Card Machine, Eleutrtu 
Shoe* Machine*. We havetlieniaO. 

ROOEIIS-MONTGOMK HI 9IFt>. CO.. 
96 Warrca. St-, N.V.CIty. 



ill GRAS FESTIVAL, 

AT ONTARIO BEACH PARK, 

LEADING SUMMER RESORT OP ROCHESTER N. Y. 

Room' left for some GOOD PERCENTAGE 8HOV7S. Write quick. Would alio like to hear from m. 
GOOD ANIMAL »BOW. Railroads are doing everything they can to make this affair a Ml HnZT 
WRITE QD10K and secure space. Under the management of * "*• 

OHTASIO BEACH HOTEL AND AIUSE1ENT CO., 



JAMES P. CLANCY, Amusement Director. 



T. A. SMYTH, Qaaeral Manager 



LUCIERS MINSTRELS 

t'VDER CANVAS, 

WAITS People in All Branches. 

MCSIC1ANS, SINOBRS, NOVELTY ACTS OF ALL 
SJNDS. Tbose doubling preferred. Don't mis- 
represent. Slate all. In first letter. Remember, 
we show under canvas, Btop Id hotels. Per. add., 
M BBIJ10NT »T.. Worcester, Maas. 



It always makes .me laugh when ' read oC 
some advertisers pnying a big price to some 
artistic liar to write his ads. (or him: I 
csn ull you more truth about "Leary a Alley- 
way" than anybody else, and will not pay 
anyone to He tor me. Bend a card for further 
Information (both finds) about the waits 

P CHAS. H. COLES. Mlddletown, Conn. 



AT LIBERTY. 

Harry Straus, 

For; Coming Seaaoa, as AQENT or masagbk. 
Fifteen years' experience. 
Addrwaao Aitdimr W«., rfewark, W. J. 



AT LIBERTY, 

Frank Manning, 

LHillT COMEDY. JIVEMLES, or 
UHKTICBI, HKAVIEB. 
ONE PIECE, STOCK, or RELIABLE RKP. 
COLORADO SPftlNOS, OOL.. 

care of Grand Opera House. 




Will open their Fall toor Aug. 1, loos. A few positions open for sober, creditable people who can 
appreciate a long, s-afe engagement. Singers, Comedians, Song and Dance Artists, Musicians and 
BnBiness AatUtaBts. Can use one more Stage carpenter, one Hustling Car Porter, one Hard Work 
ing Programme A«ent, one Advance Agent, Typical Old Darkey, Old Wench, and Strong Low Comedr 
Characters: also Strong Low Comedy Uesdllner Act, with good doubles. Mu3t be ready to Join An/ 
1. Would like to hear from honseswlili good open time. Address 
WR. HIRAM HENRY, Prop, HI Henry's Minstrels, Elkhart, Ind. 



HOLL AITO BUILDING, 1440 Broadway, Corner 40th St. 

TalephoBei, NMH4H Bryant. Cabl» Addrtaa, Wlllmorrli. 

CHICAGO OFFICE, 167 DEARBORN STREET. 
• Special Attention Will Be Given to Summer Parka and Fain. 

Booking for the Representative Vaudeville Tbeatrea of America. 
AT. n.— it Is important that artlaU tend their epea time to both the Hew York 
nnd Chicago Offlrn. 



Winnett's 



PLAYS, PUTS, PUTS, PUYS 

FOR STOCK THEATRES, REPERTOIRE COM- 
PANIES, AND ROAD TOURS. 

Alto bought, sold, and revised. Flays for ama- 
lenrs. Companies rontcd and booked. Sondforfree 
catalogue. Tempting low royalties. TBEOIER- 
0E.VC Y BUREAU. 1403 Broadway, Hew York City. 



Faoifio Coast Amussmsnt Co., 
SULLIVAN and CONSIDLNE, 

Ownlil and operating 30 First OUm Vandertlle Theatres Eait, Northwest and West 

•WWT A ^J"T*ln v T* *' » u Ume '. K" 31 C"-* 88 ACT 8 or •** KINB8 
• c,c ^^A -%- A. JajM^m taat can deliver the goods. 

SOLE BOOKING AOEBTS: AU OSKEN, Family Theatre, lath St., Hew Tori Cltr; CHAS. Wfur, 
m amerlcali Bsni Build. Seattle, Wash. ; CHBIS. 0. BROWN, n 8. Clar* St., Chicago; ARCHIE LETT. 
Ill Eddj St., Sao Francisco, Cal. • * 



WANTED AT ALL TIMES, 

VAUDEVILLE 



•AMD' 



Wastes, PAHOBAIA OF HEIAID, 

Snch as was used by ateKvoy, Pnhlln Dan, 
llealy, and Cohan, et al. Write, statins price 
and description or scenes, to J. J. SKKLLV, 
. .■ • ■ 307 East ITloe 8t„ Cerroantown, Phils. 



BUSH and ELLIOTT, 

tOMKDY ACROBATS. 



CHAg. H. WALDROU, Palme. Theatre, Boiton, Man. 



FOR SALE, 

Splendid ^^* Driving Dromedary, 

WITH DODBLB SADDLE OARRYINO POUR, ALSO A 

BROWN, DOUBLE-HUMPED CAMEL 



BOTH IN FINE CONDITION AND TERV DOOILE. Address DOSTOCK, CONEY ISLAND, N. V. 



: \A/ArMTED 

Iaadles and Gentlemen, all lines. Dramatic, Comedy and Specialty work. Also At Agent and Pianist, 
to complete 

KING-PERKINS ENTERPRISES, 

T—MW M ESJHHH ""' A ^^^^ HEART. Tell ALL you can do. If j-ou do s speclaltr, 
SadSS State experience, age, height, weight and lowest salorj (pay your own) for a solid, s»rc 
allre season. Sobriety absolutely exenllal. Photos and programs returned. ALL letters answererl. 
FRANK ti. KING, Manager, Grand View Cottage, Esthervllle,'lowa. 



DUNKIRK, INDIANA. 

TODD OPERA HOUSE. 

S2 00 r«Jr i JJ n n t 'S'.hk1^ Pop S l "", o °^ Bh1 Key, Albany and Mlllgrovecc.no here. uu. fare round 
US. ( ^g-'g?-*L t ^« ><m - *»» < L.HH H. SS enlarged. 1,500 factory hands. Pay every 



week. Our manufacturers .pent i 



million In Improvements past year. Pean. Lines, H. and P. Trac- 
-jdnesdavand Br" 
CHAS. TODD. 



00 TOO it 

snra 



MY MOTHER'S SONGS r 

. ™^?F OKEA T HOMK SOKG BY HOWARD D. SALIKS. 
It toucln. a cord In evary heart. YVrlte fl>r Free Prof. Coo? 

SCHUBERT MUSIC PUB. CO., Audllorl.n. Bldg.. Chicago, 111. 



FRANK WILLIAMS «ADELLA PDLLMAN 



At Tony Pa.tar'a Theatre 
Week July o. 



la "ABE TOD A LOBSTEB?" 



DIG HIT at Boilen 
La.t Week. 



- ■ - - WASTED (tilt K, FOR JACKSON BROS ' HIinwH 

SSSi &B£!E2ggbE3iBSZ£ A ,', w a u ° «" ° »°*" ». JSESiLm — ope™. 

not win»d nSmnSeaV^nJ ?2iKj2ErH. Bw ""^ ch » aora . «■•>»»'' maiers Slid Hret season bo." 
J. B. BWAFhORD, Mgr., UooBlclt lain, N. Y„ July lz-u; lienulngton, Vt„ week July IS. 



THE DANCING VIOLINIST (JL J S ,S J 



"COIaT" CRITERION STEBKOPTICOVH, 

"COLT" 8ELP.F0CD8nfl AUTOIATIO ABC LAIP8 S^& 

P. KELLER A CO., «4 west B'way, New Vori, anocessor, to BlerwpUcon beparuseit of J. ».0oltco 



Jutr:l4. 



THE 3STEW YORK CLIPPER. 



561 



AMERICAN PRWECTOGRAPH 

AMD 

FIRE PROOF FILM PROTECTOR 




v 

TLICKERLESS ! ! 

THE ONLY MACHINE THAT WII.I. NOT 
PI.1CKKU EVIiN AFTER YEARS OF USE. 
Mf. , CHAS. E. PRESSr.ER i CO., 
Hi K. 2M St.. New York City, N. Y. 

St. Louis Ag«nt, 
ERKER BROS.' OlTICAf, CO., 

1108 1.1 : .... St., St. !.,,:!« Mo. 



Tl'BA, Daul.le SlrfnK BBI-; 
' tfABlHiVE. Doabl. VloU; 
. • MM luoen. far Ballad.: 

CELLO, Doable Allot 
. UNION ELECTRICIAN, 

Who Doable. Br.««. 
Otopr mnslrlnns, write. Mention snlar.v first 
letter, We do not pay board. .Open Aug. 1(1. 
All rooimunlffltlons to. 

i«-rsco o. rowuiR, 

i MDR. HAVF.lll.Y MINSTKRLS., 
Hixina 2 and .1. 1432 Broadway. N. Y. City. 



WANTED, FOR 

INGLE SI WW CD., 

Cornet, Slide TromiKine and Tnba, to double 
Robe, Xld and Heavy. Other Actors that donhlp 
brass, write. Season open? early in Aupn-t near 
Chicago, Adflreai 

iT. 0. B. PRIMROSE, La Orosse, Win. 



FOR RENT, 

loving Picture Theatre. 

ZdO "EATS. SWELL FRONT. 

B EVERYTHINO NEW. 
Hunt 17.10.00. for wasoo. Could be uaed for 
any snwll show, ill's WILLIAMS. 

Cooper Block. Agbury Park, N. J. 



MUTOSGOPES 

»■ -V FOR BALE. 

I aave twenty Wwd Cabinet MutosconM.Jast the 
tiller fW Carnival Hen, for gale at $26 each. Guar- 
anteed Id, first class condition. Get yonr plctarei 
and changes direct from the Mutoscope Company. 
tjnUkMUon U MMD if you want the bnncn. 
Address » MU TO SCOPES," 

Haw wins Bldst., g. Uth at.. \«w¥irk, 



GOWNS f s°t r a^ 

SLIGHTLY USED. Also STREET O0WNB. We 
tasi on nand a large assortment of Bllghtiy worn 
—'-|Oowii8.Dinner, Reception andTea Gowns. 
1>es are perfect In every respect, and are 
j amiable for near In HIGH CLASS DRA- 
PRODDOT10NS. We bare a full line of 
Seal Skin Coats and FunofalUlnds. 

■gg 3. BTAKR, 867 Souta State St., OHI0AO0 



We 3 carry a swell line of SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, 
WATCHKS, and NOVELTIES m prices that are 
right. HeadqcartersrorTtieatrlcalJewelr?. Write 
for Ulaetrafd caiaiogne, sent free. The old reliable 
B. G. CHER A CO,, M Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. 



W AV IM T E D , 

!. •> FOR SEASON 1906-7, 

' «OMAtBifcniro sept, i, ioos, 

M^odr-ama, Comic Opera, Musical Fares 
•>■• Repertory, Harletijae, E|c . 

New Lyceum Theatre 

team,. ^ecxrlcTiy, ample Stage Dressing Roonin, 
BUT-' Best Terms wiih lirnt correspondence," Ad- 
dress .,. ?; . C. B. FISHER. Prop., SnrlDglield, O. 



AtUborty, 

HARRY M, BOTT, 

STACK DIRECTOR AND CHARACTER MAN. 7 

years' experience. Ability guaranteed. Can loin 
on wire. "Addrew 878 LARBABEE8T.. Cnn-aito, III. 



../A* L.lb«>r*:y, 

Geo. P. Montgomery, 

VAUDEVILLE PIANIST, 



LINCOLN, Neb. 



AT LIBERTY, 



Win, M. Bottenberg, 

:'. .*.. scianc ABTI8T. 

Slock Prodactlon, or Amusement Enterprise, 
OF.NtRAL DELIVKRY, FITT8BCKU, PA. 




AERONAUT LEO BTEVEH8, 

AIRSHIPS 

AND PASSENGER BALLOONS. 
Large-' constructor la thin Country, 
Two cent stamp for estimate. 
BOX 181 MADISON Mfc Nv Y. 



SIDESHOW HEN, THE 3-EYED CMPOOM 

With 8x10 Pamiinir, only 145. . Lou of other 
Oiiooi, obesp. New Lint free. WM. NELSON, 
Vt» aTorden Bl-i No. Cambridge, Mm. 



~l||r/>i|jrf<gj!av POSITION as ASB'T 

for Sqtnmer or rpfi-ular Reason, strictly leoperate 
aad.oot afraid or work. Address at once. E. W. 
VAN0E,'ia Rldred Bt„ Kalamazoo, men. 



AV81I and KLLIOTT, 

COHKDY ACROBAT*. • . 



FlU 

We want every manager and every 
prospective manager of an attraction 
to know our proposition for inde- 
pendent booking. If that includes 
you, write us to-day. You may miss 
hundreds of dollars if you don't find 
out. No matter how long, or in 
what way your booking is done, 
we make the unqualified statement, 
knowing every method of booking, 
that we can save you time, trouble 
and money. Be one of the 250 man- 
agers who are answering tnis adv. 
this week. Find out now. 

ED. F. ADAMS & GO, 

127 West 40th Street, New York. ' 
(First class people in all branches 
furnished on short notice). 



WANTED, FOR 

North Bros.' 

Comedians, 
REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

In all lines. Feature Vandevlllp Acta Address 
SPnRTNORTH,No.7SPlymQqtfiPlafP.CHlcago,lM, 



WANTED, 





[\\ 



WITH HA<iO\SHUW F.VPKRIEM'F. 

Tear 'round position for a siii.fr, reliable man 
not afraid of work. 

AL. F. WHEELER'S JSS& SHOWS, 

Camon. He,, July 12; Mechanics Falls 13, Norwat, 
He., It 



FILM S 
FOR SALE OR RENT. 

Dealers in all new and np to date subjects write 

and obtain my quotation on any film yon desire 
before purchasing Stereoptlcons, slaving Pic- 
tures, Supplies, etc. 

L. HETZ, M E. Md St., > i . T. O. 



t* 



Tell It To Me" 

KEKSAL17S 3d BOOK. 
AU KXW. JTJST OUT. 

For lala on all train, and new, ,'aeOj, er by 

UUl, SSe. Addraal EZRA KKHDAU,, 
10 Swwta Itk Aw... Mt. V.r»«a, H. fc 



FUTURES. 

Fntnre Husb. or Wife Photos for Palmists. Fairs, 
Parks, etc., |2.00per 1,000; $1.35 per 600, postpaid. 
SampleSjlpc. 

CABINET PHOTOS, for telling or ad", par- 
posea, $20,oo per l.ooo; %'i,i<i per 100, copied from 
yonr photo. Samples, luc. 

CARBOJJA STCDI0. 3312 N. Broad 8t^ Phila^ Pa. 



IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE 

L1QUIDERMA { &£*£< 



POWDERHA 



The Pcrft-rt 
Fare PorTder 



25c 



'FOR We will eend.poetage prepald.a Wc, 
Box of Potrdenna and a He. Boitle 
_ of LluQlderma. Address 
Derma Co M Qnc), 5 E. 17th St., N, T. 



AT LIBERTY. 

THE LEMOINOS, 

Feature Specialties, Slick Wire 
and Juggling. 

Wife Planl. I, Tnuanr andl High) 
Reader. 

Adilre-a >17 K. Kmimi ST., KaCBaa city, Mo. 



TENT FOR SALE. 

Used last season. First cIssh condition. 80ft. 
Round Top, ;i5fi. Middle Piece, nine leogtlif o 
Seats, two 35ft. Centre Poles, is Quarter Poles 1 
one Hari.ue, wl'h I'olts, 100 Stakes. Everrt hlng 
newlv painted, ready to put up Immediately. Ail 
ropes Id One condition, Partly nt-w. Will take 
1K6 for the lot. Addreifl 

W„ care of Knfcol, 2;t W. 113H1 St., K. T. 




SNAKES. 



Choice lot of Python-, Bulls and Pine Snakes at 
the lowest prices. Broke to handle. 

J. HOPE, No. 36 N. 8th St., Philadelphia, Fa. 



Partner With $200 Wanted 

To tack Repertoire Show. Money getter. Imme- 
diate. WILSON HILL, Put-mil nt. la. 



WANTED, All ALL 'ROUND COMEDIAN, 

One that can play ImdJo and piano. Htate walary 
and all yon can do In first letter. Address 
P. O. BOX 18SB. UOSTU.y, MASS. 



AT L.DKHT V, 

ALBERT J. LEE, COMEDIAN. 

Change for week. Good uperialtle*. Small part-. 
Address sai DnffleM Street, Brooklyn, s. V. 



Wasted, for Balance of Sissir aid Winter 

seawn, heavy man, aoon SPECIALTY man- 
to PLAY PARTS. Addrena 

niLL HEYNOI.US, SlHllmro, lad. 



1ST L^a.ll, St., CHICAGO, ILL. 



ahfhicai 
but 

AND 
GHEATKST 



l«-»t., CHICAGO, ILL. 

School 

Endorsed by Press and Public. 
6,000 references from all part" of the world. 
Tka Only Stag* ftchtMl Isa Cbloaga. 

STAGE DINK E1C. 

(Up-to-date lo erery detail). 

Buck, Jig, Skirt, Novel Cake 

Walk, ElorDtloa, StDKlrj. anil 

Rag Time Song., VatitleTllle 

Acta, Skelche., Dramatic Art. 

ENOAOEMKNTS SECCRKU. 

NO PAILDHK8. 

PROF. P. J. MOOK, 

MlM France, Day and otter*. 

Circulars Free. 

ORAND OPERA HCOSK. 
I endoree PROF. RIDOE aatasonly Actor ml 
PrefeMlonal Dancing Teacner In Chicago. 

FRED I. wildman. TCearrloal Ageou 

Small and Uadlig Pan, Coached. 
IgTf La Salle St., near Madlaoo, Chicago, 




111. 



The New Jersey 
'Coast Resorts* 




Summer Boolcs 

telling all ilx i them will 'm 
\—i to jo-.r aJiitf ,i on recript 
■sTajb i* H1--.L1 for rack book. 

"SIASIDB RatJOKTS L>t\ tip. 
IN NSW IIMSBT." tton of 

there. 6. i^i". 7s<llui>rtiien*t, 
"IN THi NEW J»k. Dearrlp. 
5SY FOOTHILW." lire ..( 

(.■if Inland Re<or», •!■ . Il*t of 
film r ,.■.!*• 16 pom, 4; i I ... 
Iraiiom. Stndfoc thrnto 
C. M. BURT, r^n.ran. Agtat, 
U] Llb«nj St., Ne* Yark CTBy. 



New Jersey Central 




lE*3§fj 

if*! 6 , 

llliaM 

2 S|*8lS 

rafil 

S5ow«k 



HOW DOES YOUR 

CINDY PRIVILEGE PIT. 

THE FAMOUS 

CRACKER JACK 

Packed so lc cannot becoms unsalable, and 
oar 6 and 10c. package eavttdieswLU greatly 
Increase lta Talne. Inform «i wfcv«r« 
you hold a caaeessloss and we will 

•end lampies and pjpets. 

BOECianlat BB08. k Boumi, 

343 SO. PEORIA ST., 0D1OAOO. 





E 



PAPER 



Write for Samples and Prleea. 

THE DONALDSON LITHO CO., 

NEWPOBT, KY. 







IIOV. per IOO. 



LEVIN BROS., 

90-32 N. 8IXTH STREET, TERRE IIALTE, INI). 



Our 190. STREET 

MEN'S CATALOGUE It 
new rud, lor d'ltrl bu- 
ll on. Writ, lor II to- 
day. You cinnol iflord 
lo bi without ■ copy. 
Millid Int. 



(TCST. 
ISIS,) 



I 



Mllkollnr Tights, ISOLlj Worsted 
Tlahts, $ i. I'll; Cotton Tights. 
gl.OU; >Jilk ll([liti,fron. |*..9.\ up ( 
Nlilrla to match, all ami prlcu 
as tlghtaf Pomps 'J.> centaf Oalt- 
vrs, 01. OUt Slastlo Hapijortsra, 
91. UU; < loth Supporters. A 5 cents; 
Hr-nii for cataloaus and i.inplti 
of tights free. l*osltlv«ly a de- 
pa* It required. Hsllsfactlouguaract- 
teedor money refunded. SPICBR BKOS., 
80 Woodtiino Street, Urookljo, N. V.; New 
York Ofllce, Uocoln Hdf., l Unloa Ha,. 



;UNIF0RMS 

BARD, HILII.SY, milSTlEL OUTFIT: 

CARNIVAL COS., ISBtiS 

And ill Oth«n 

•<>1 lit tAllIK. Itilai 11,1 lata! 

SkiIiI Alteil si CIvci Ike f ultiiiii 

Western Uniform Go. 

•a(4 •. ciahh rr. 6HICA00 



REPORT FOR REHEARSALS AT OFFICE: 

"THE ERRAND BOY" CO., • ■ • 10 A. H. ■ ■ JULY 31 

"A RACE FOR LIFE" CO., - - - " • - JULY 31 

"QUEEN OF THE CONVICTS,'' - ■ " - - AUG. 13 

"A WOMAN OF FIRE," CO-, - - " - - AUG. 15 

P. H. SULLIVAN AMUSEMENT CO., 

1440 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 

AOKNOWLKDOK OALL. 



PRUDENTIAL VAUDEVILLE EXCHANGE 

Suite 1508, First national Bank Building, Cincinnati, QU», 

WE WANT IMMEDIATELY. ALL KINDS OF 

Vaudeville Feature Acts 



mi RITTSIKH AXM KKiiri.AI! XKAMilX. IN Al VAIUtKYIMK TIIKATKIX AMI AT 
1'AltKS. KAIKK, KT«'., lM'l.l'llINU Ttll'IIS 1IVKI1 THE 

JOHN J. lill,, MLLIlAVCMSIBISr: and l.\TI!ltNATI()\AI, URilllTS. 
AXl STRONG AS OXBRAXTAR ! 

Ml Til TWENTY WEEKS IV "TH'IM-IMV" HIIUSBi. 

Slitr Wf!(. ii. .ii tijivniils fttr re.ij.ft' pIvliuT llui i> slinwf. n ilnv. Send us vmr niini Hin-, 

\il.i..— i\ k. \\lll,mi\ Hanasrer. 



THE DISTINGUISHED ACTRESS, 

RUTH CRAVEN, Her Fatal Error, 

"%V & TV Tr TWA«i — A ¥lv>,t t ' l " !,H ^' ,|,ir '»'' ■fading ftianii'ii'r, lu-avypun : llt-iiw Wnmuii.t'imnirtsr 
W it-is g C»" "iv'oiiiaii, Stiultrcitf and ItiKeiuu-, Jiivcuilt* Muu in dutil.lt' llvlit i-unwdy. Uhar- 
acler Old Muu. ruuifillsu fur IXitcli I'lmieilr. A rompfleni urutr hi uuy nt llie alM.vr ilnr-t ii. 
iiifiiin^i' -tu/r: one wlm can bandit* special nuirr ami win. In mil afrnM ut wi.rk. stuie all 
partlcnlum, pruttraius, etc., In Brxl leilpr. No time fur t,»*le>*i currt^jHiiMlrnc*'; irlvt 4 very 
lutTPsi Hillary. Korty-lh-t* werku' w'urk and salary iilisoluirlv mir*. Ptttpli* muni in* iii^i fi;,.-. In 
< uiiij t iti:it diNi-htirgetl wlilioiil wtili-t*. Nri"l luive vrurdmlit* hikI dfii-iil mrrfl I'U.tlitm. Want utilv 
linlitfit atid Ht* iillemeu, ir yitii are uot In Hint t'last* don't wrll*>. New plf<v tiufiis lani of Aiiyiini lit 
KriMikins^, 8. 1). So railway furea n-u-tmcetl miliar, yim Kit* known in inc. AilUr. 1 -* 



MARRY I— E 

VVuli|>eiitii, N. !>., July 17-lw; l-Vr*r u-* KalH, Minn., ) 



KOK, IVlBCr., 

; Kauk l. hi i .- .i hi. oiniiil S. 



^LVAMTED, FOR 

WILD AND RICH'S PLAYERS, UNDER CANVAS, 



■MaaMM «larj (pu; nwul anil full parllntlar. lu m-i trtter. Ni, iliin'ln iln-kiT, Hitii Julti at 
oui'e. limiuiLilr Fpnpli., all linen, Willi* rut- liHlimri- Miiiiinei' ami reaitlar -u-usuii. Mlli'tui' mIHb 
uegallvt'. W.m, <. AMI.ll. r, wiinil,, I'n. 



AT LIBERTY APTK.lt JULY, 14, PUR 
• I'HHER kTUCK, 

EMMA BALLARD 

CHARACTBRtl. 
AilJre-i HOTEL REAI.TT, Lancaater. Fa., 
or car, of Mamie Flemipg Co., Huckj Bering.. 



s WONDERFUL SIX. 



I 





I OU "IK.lt LY I'KM UK- PKKItbKNN PltAs KKM), 
WANTS Ai.'i'i H'.> In all IIuvh ; lltuse <I<iuIiIIiik In ItraMM or ciiimUf itf tUiluv tinniK Veitliiro HpecislllfH 
ttlven i>r fi i i'Im-. Hunt lie wilier and r>*llabli' ntid tlmmtiKiily i'ii|«ii.le. J/lintiim t'iiititK<'inniM salnrr 
sore and tin* best or iri'itineut lo iLe rltfln pei.jili*. Wril.* full imrllmlarn and ijimit* lowest salary. 
Pay your own board. Al*. WAHUA, Mnnagnr, Hiirynvlllc, Kun, 



SIDE SHOW TALKER 

Cupalilt* of msklDK sldr -Imw cipt-nliitrs, ruiu'eri utiiiiHincsiiientN. One Untl ruiidti Maglr, ft-rond 
Biirht and Piintli.iiiiilnllotlii'r sttrnctliiu-* In hUIs hIiuw IniHlnesH. Hlili* Hlit.w Talkers wrlli* wr win* as 
per rouie. J.C. O'BRIKN, Hauag«*r Midst Hliuw, CABIPUKI.L IlltOS, t llt< Dm, 

Kenmore, N. Ii., Julyn; Lan«f..rd, X. ]).. July 10; itliluclaudir. Wis., July si or tt. 



^zarrrjESXaw, 

Worklngmon In All Doportmonta -for 

PAWNEE BILL WILD WEST SHOW. 



Pour six and elglii Horre Drivers 8-eai Men. C'siivsh >k*ii, riromiis ami lli-lusrx. Apply at HrUlitoii 

lir'ti''!). ruijfi 1-kunl. N, V. AIm. want fur TIIKCUN'UKKT tntt* uuuil Hkeluli Tcani, itud any ii*jw uutl 
nnvel VsudfVlllfj act. 



U. W. I-l I. J, IF, ■•Prtwiiei- Hill.- 



STAGE MANAGER, 

To nnl on miirdcnl Brst purls ft ml linrlrwiiH-s. Kurlr niHiulp lit itintpntiy. Writ.' or wlr-s. 
Hillary, «SftA» |M-r w»rk. FIJXlll'H XKW 1'AltK TIIKATItK, OirilK Hay, Mtl. 

Wuj. I,. I'it/ Cfrald, Mgr. 



WANT 



D, -: 



HAN for m, BUS., WOMAN for CHARACTERS and IJK\'L BUS. 



Utbers, write, ^ttuiraer nnU WlutiT. 



FHKl) HKM.A, < ■»■> '•.!■! Park, .fo|»lin, Rlu. 



WANTED. FOR CRANDALLS VAUDEVILLE CIRCUS. 

MUSICIAN'S, IIAII ITiiSK. HI.IIIK TKOHBONK, CIIKNKT. FIKHT VIIII.IN, iliilllil. laml: III.AVK KAt.K 
COMKDIAS that ran cliange. Wck July u, Ht. Allriina, VI, 



Phil Maher Stock Co. Wants Repertoire People. 

Join on wire. No llcktjls. Mansysrsln New York, Pennsylvania und Ohio wend upHii llm*i. LKHLIK 
K. UM1T11, Mgr. Holhl, K. Y. Manager HTOI>Altl>, t)n«onts, N. Y„ wys: "OixhI vo. Uuslnr<SK liu- 
proved at every perforntancc.'* 



NKX-ONO MAUD VIl«/tf. Like new. Vaatarn Kllrns. Mug 
aud sliorl siiliJerlH, 6c. per root. Wc ant exnlldiors, NOT ilealern. 
Uepiy (|iil>:k, JOHN (JKOVKrt, M3U PederalrJI., iiaiilinorf.Md. 



** Tin* iimn i w:ilix wuik. l>v Irfturn Ifurrnlu.*. 
i "Hue .if Die UhI innMier hu:\va ever writ leu." 
Head l»r, l»r regular |sftsVt rap|, (iAItl.ANlr UAItMN, KouiuhII-JJ. h.",i ltrmidwiiy. New York. 



Thinking ol the l.a|tj.y IlayslJonHh." 



WILL J. KEITH, 



i ii \u:i,i\ii s n.oiiiN. 

KelllnK H ihufct iplSllty itf .I'lliedy i» innim- 
kit.h in ilit* hImj-c i.f ii iiitiiiuldftut'. 



\A/ear»i:s»cl mt Onoo. 



SOBER 

CANVA8 



BOSS 

MAN. 



Wire or comeoa ijtilck. Copenhagen, N.Y., July 
14; Adams IS. riKW. I„ FINN'S i'lKCUH. 



KlRKHOFF-HILLMAN CO. 

WANTS PUIl NEXT* HKAHON, 

I.RA11IMI HUMAN anil MAN I'lJ.'l HKAVIKH. 
A.lilr.-. IVAN KKHKIKIK1' 

ldla N. 21«t M . South Omalia, -SVIi. 
IIUt'HLK DlrtSIILVINU STI-IKKtHTIl'ON 

FOR flALE-A IIAHUAIN. 



REPERTOIRE PEOPLE, 

I.KAIIISII MAN, IIKAVV MAM. in. I I DM! IHAN 

lmlNtn;f HiimniiTaiiil Wtiilur, tor 

IHAI'DR IIII.I..1IAN CO. 

I'tlOPl.rl IN AU. :.!M> run 

DILLON KIHKIir In. 

Apply iilllck. Will liny aiMnl liny rur umiil IH'iililP. 

W. a. nn.i.i'N , l'oi..l»m.N. y. 

WANTED, ACTS 

FOR MEDICINE SHOW PL aTFOBM. 

l,:ioi> 1,'UMKIHAN, i ,-iMil/i HANI>. K«e|i SW/ay 

■ 1 r !|. -..-.: !-. Itrt.JAUKSUAKHON, 

uni'-e-, -»/• (iHukofTi.ML.il), Uuiiiiiu.om. 



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THE NEW YOEK OLIPPEB, 



Jrw U. 



TABLE OF.COWTGSTI. 



-lllmLfalka 



Mlaa.CHpper'a Aorcdotes. Btf.... 

Pt-ftjamln Franklin Keith— Sketch 
l'Nii-H. PUhflt— Sketch. 

nip of nit VwU; t 

IMflM Answered 

<mr i-'ilvh Letter 

i Hir Cuirngo Letter 

<mr South UriM letter 

*hi tin- Kwt 

I Upper Post OfltlT 

Villi. InvillP H-.lltP l.l-t 

N>w York (Tlty 

Doallw in tlie ProfesHli 
New York Hippwlrwor . . . . 

I'mler the Tents 

Jubu Bogardtis. of .'"The- Figaro" 

'■ THKATRICAL CORKKSPOKUKSCK. 
Montana , ". 



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..034- 

.. DM 

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HV 

54W.BTO 

RT1 

.' I I - . TrfCI 

nan 

MS 

nan 

. mm 

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Canada 

Oklahoma 




, ..: nw 


t>m»n 


.—,( 


IlMlUlIN 


.'-.t 


-Miilnr 


GUI 


Kentucky 


.'..Ml 


>'"■'• Hampshire, . ., 


cr,u 


< -illrr.l.lu 


nse 


West Virginia ; 


DM 


Miirylanri JtJ ; 


r,r,n 


Wi«cuindn 


can 


California 


BSD 


-Michigan 


MB 


i ■Ultlifi'llcilt 


MO 


Pennsylvania , 


B70 


nirirlct of Columbia 


era 


Xew Yhrk Slate 


«70 


Ohio 


1110 


>tliire«otii 


571 


Mftofriufl ,,, 


371 


Louisiana 




vintinii 


Ml 


Rhode Island 


frtUl 


Massachusetts 


Ml 


ll'WB , 


B.I7 


Nhaj Jersey 


0(17 


iiaudwiHe Route Cist. 



Till* Hat l* made ii|i an nearly »*-■- 
ciiraif an It U nossllilo Hi itinkc a lint 
"i vaodevllle hiiohlntr*. To Insure in- 
aertltva In tlil> departmcMtt the name 
of the theatre or park, a* well a* the 
vity «r town. Ml. ST accompany each 
Imoklng irut an. 

Acme Trio. Hyatt Park, Columbia. S. C. 814. 

Acker ft Collins. Kaiiesvillc. O., 14. 

Adh-r, Flo. Temple, Detroit, 0-14 ; Shea's, BuC- 

fnlo. 16-21. 
A.lnms, Jas. It.. I'nrk. Renter Fulls, I'm., 10-21. 
Adair ft Dalin. Majestic. Chicago. 0-14. 
Adellu. I.n. Urlttuiiia-un-llie Bay, Ottawa, Call., 

til 4. 
Adam." * MaVk. OKI Orchard, Mi'., o-i I. 
Ail'llmitnti. Mattel. L'eru, Intl.. U-14; Huntington. 

11121. 
Adnkon ft Livingston, BIJtiu. Hock ford, 111., D 14. 
Ahem ft Baxter. Autllturiiini, Excelsior Springs. 

Mo., 9 14; Forest Park. Mttle Hock, Ark., 16- 

2]. 
APJvoitft (»). Keith's. Boston, 014. 
Alva. All**'. Coney Island. Cincinnati. 021. 
Alexander, KMhVs, Phlla., D-14. 
Allllhirpe. Hum, Electric Park, Alitor, X. Y.. 

0-14. 
AUpu, Leon at Bertie, DIJou, I'lrjua, 111., U-U ; 

Netvcasllr, Intl., Itl-Si. 
Almond. Turn & Kditb, Electric i'nrk, Newark, 

ft J., 0-14. 
Ajtlmw (4), Hagliitiw. Mk-h.. D-14. 
Alinirtuit te Millar, ill^iodrooH'. I^uOuoo, Kaa., If- 

At;*. Vi\ Kmiilra Tour, 14-31. 
Albert. 1 vy. , I'blln.. 0-14. 
Alexis & t^lull, Koltli'x, Ulefeland, 0-14. 
Allen & Dalian, Paradl**! Turk. S. Y. (J., 0-14. 
Alvln Brms.. libra l*«rk, yuunirttnwu, U., 0-14. 
Aleii (2), UuTenmtur'it, Atlaullv Cilj. N. J., 

014. 
Albeue A La Brant. Ounk'K I'nrk, KrannTllle, lud., 

It- 14; DrramUud. Dccntur, HI., ltt-21. 

Alfarabl. Sadie, Traii>le. Detroit. V 14. 
Aiwrlni" Oimcdy 1'onr, IleDdentou'a, Couer !»■ 

land. X. Y.. 11-14. 
American TrumiielorM (■)), MoishHln I'ark, Zttuts- 

rllle, 0.. U-U; Fontaine Krrry I'ark, Loula- 

rllle. Kt.. 1V-J1. 
AiuinlcHii Xeiralwyit' Quartet te, Umml. Hamlltuu, 

It.. 8-14. 
AiMlnrnoih Dowllnc. lj^fntiHiHirt, lnJ., U-14 ; O. 

II.. E.;i.v.i, MrH. I 

A|>i>lrli>. E. J.. Cryxlal t'ark. tjetlalln, Uo., U-14; 

Kxceielor 4|»gK.. Mo., llt-21, 
At»liile'» Beartf ami Dipb*. AtlautH, tin., U-14; 

llimnoke. W. Vs., 10-21. ' 

Anlclle k Lealle, HhiiIhii'm I't., Teruuto, (Jan., 

14. 
ArdHIr, JeMime A Co., I'HMtor'tt, N. ¥. 0., U-14. 
Arlltuftan Comedy Four, Metrupollu Kuif, S. X, 

C. :'■!!. 
ArihiM ft lianltier, HeaHiTrouil Park, MayaTille, 

Ky„ U-14; tlnintl. HhuIUihi, O., Itt-Sl. 
Arlington ft Hi'lBtotl. Kellli'ti, Boalun. U-14. 
ArcliiM' ft Cmekpr, Beacnii l'ark, Webster, Maas.. 

HI I: ivii'-t Lake. Calmer. !%■.. 
AriuHtmuu Trlu. Sleeideebase. Atlantic City. N. 

J., U-14. 
AnufMiniKii. Fatuoiu) (:it. Steeplocbase IMcr. At- 

laullo Clly, N. J., U-14. 
Aniilvrj; ft ftloretle, Klein's I'ark, Balto., Mil., 

14; 
Aniihita ft Burke, Avon L'ark, YountMtotru, U., 
Mi 



Auslliia. Ureal, Cuimoni villi', Itiil., V 14; Klkbart. 

Ml -SI. 
Alter ft De thixo. Olar l't.. Naiitliinky, 0„ 014; 

Melletli l'ark. l.lnia. ■(.».. 1HSI. 
A .[-Una. Tiibklns. Itlvcrelut] l'ark, Suuliiaw, S1ji.1i., 

Htl. 
Auto (llrl, Cmiey I-hml, Cincinnati. U-14. 
Amu Ciiiiinlj- Four. Ulruiidi 1 , L'blcaK^ U-14. 
ItanlN. Krair. Teiiii'le. Del roll. U-14. 
llaker. Hurry, Uakfonl l'ark. (JrewtHburB, I'*., 0- 

It. 
KmiIkw ft Kuril'. Coney Nliiinl. Cluclanatl, 0-14. 
Italleya. Tke, Kelrh'-. BtwItMi, U-14. 
li.i-hf..i.l, I't.ink. Matibattan. Nurhdk. Va., y-14, 
Harry ft Jidiu^m, Kullli's. I'lillti.. U-14. 
]i a<--. ft- (tiiiihI. Onlral I'ark. Albnttinrn, ['n., U- 

II; Ixlaml t'ark. F^n-tuii. 10-31. 
ltartlfit. KaiUerlne, Frcetiuil/ l'ark, Nctriiort, R. 

I.. UI4. 
llaker Tmiiiv, NonimliefiK Park. Hiwton. U-14. 
ll.inir, ft E.lwiii-., I.yrlc I'ark, So. »IcAIUtcr, 1. 

T.. 0-14. 
Bailey ft Pickett, HM(1*y-1and, So. Beavb. N. ST., 

0-14. 
Batea, Ixiule W., Tnltiue. I.uu Angeles, Cal., U-14; 

Kliilitre, Snii lilepi, Dili. 
Baiita Bn». & Von Dell, Nununbegn, l'ark. Boaton, 

U-14. 
1 intuit r- J. a Vplk- Trlu. Harlem l'ark, Rockford, 111., 

«-W. 
llarluuK. Hreakan-ay, St. Ry. l'ark, Quebec, Can., 

u-14: AUn> Park. AllMiiy. \. Y., 1US1. 
liaiiui. Will. Kt. AlbaiM. VI.. U-14; Burltiigtou. 

in si. 

Canter. BiHihnK'a, No. Bunck. N. IV 10- 



Bit [lei. 

H ."ty.\f Qtuirli'llt'. Rlrrrntde I'ark. Mutltrval, Can., 

tM4. 
Barrv ft Barry. Kuresl Park. Clilraan. D-14. 
Baje*. Nora, Cfltilr*. Saw Kraii.. Cal.. 0-14. 
Itantex, Sim it, Keltli'^, K. V. C. 0-14. 
Bmiuna. JiniclliiH. MukIc Hall. Hrltfliluu Beacli, N. 

Y.. 014. 
Burker ft Barker. Onlarln Heaeh, S. Y.. U-U. 
Br-llnl ft Artliwr. KellbV. N. Y. 0-. 0-14. 
Beaiy ft Price, 8h>nc>. Betlfonl, hid., U-14; Ceo- 

iietl. Rlcbmuml, tii-31. 
Benton. Klwowl ft. MnjKle. UurcrnatorS. Atlantic 

Clly. X. J.. 0-14. 
B<vkMlih. MiMleti. I'hutHs, San Kraa.. 0-14. 
li.'l! Borx' Trln, Atlanltc linnteii, N. T. C. U-lt- 
Bttr« Merry .iflrla till. HemleixHl'n. Coney I»- 

land. N. Y-. O-lt. 
Beecher ft May. Siaa. HuHeratovii. Mil.. II-SI. 
Berirere sutera. lleiiilerKuii'o, CUiwy Island. N. 

fZ 0-14. 
Bell. Sfnalor Frank, Iilora I'ark, YouiiKHlonu, 

O.. D-14. 
Blrk ft Palma, A. ft S.. B*wtou. 0-14. 
Bl«-rlt ft Scott. Klerlrlc Park. »*Hrk, N. J.. 

0-14. 
Itlfini Clrt'iitt, Ksrelnlor Carnkal Co.. Hnatmer- 

rtlle, N. J.. • 14. 
Block Htwwra 114), Freehwly Park. Newiwrt. 

R. 1., 14. 
lllniiinhln ft It. lit . Knllun Hrlslit« I'ark. Balln- 

bnrv. X. C. U-14; \Vrl«hlt*rHlc Beach Caatno, 

Wlltulimion, IU SI. 
Blilr ft McNulty. Ureenrmiit. Deadweoil. S. D., 

in 

Boftjr. Mary. BIJnii, Diilntb, Minn.. 14. 
Bo%-ary Bnya' Qttartelte, lugefttoll Park, Dea 
MoJuet, U , 0*21. 



Ooa-ery QuartatU, Atlantic City. X. J., D-21. 
Boutin A Tlllxuit. Kellli'a. X. Y. C. u 14. 
Boweri. Wallrr A Crwkrr. Electric 1'ilk, Albwy, 

X. V.. ;i-14 : Syrncnac, HJ-21. 
Booth, l.liilf. Dawey. Cika. N. Y.. u-14. 
BiaitMa.lk Quarteite, UriCtnal. Mercr'a Lake. Can- 
ton, 0., 14; Haolan r a Pt.. Toronto, Can., lU- 
21. 
Boylan. Artkur ft Mildred, Keltta'a. N. Y. C. 

HI 
Bryaut ft Grille. kfJaB- Nlpauc. Mllford, llaaa., 

0-14; Brookalde Park. Alltol. 10-21. 
Braillry, .Martarel, Sbelluot l'ark, Wllniiitgion. 

!>•■:. U-ll. 
Bradley A ItavU. BI>hj, CoaleafUIe. Pa.. U-14; 

Sntibury, lfl-21. 
Brooka ft Jraneilc. Kleclrle I'ark. Pcckahlll. N. 

, Y., U-J4 ; I'aalorV. x. v c. 10-21. 
Ilrwn ft Delorea, Keitlt'a, X. Y. C, 9-14; Kcltb'a, 

IttMtun. 111-21. 
Braali,* tfeltna. Hbea'M, Bnffalo, U-14; Temple, 
"Detroit, 10-21. 
BrltdHia, The, Katabllali Yarka, Moacow, Bus., 

8-R1. 
Brook*. Franklin A.. Pt. Gratiot Park, Dunkirk, 

X: Y., U-14. 
Bnidf.'Nl*. 'ill*', lltiidrrnon'ri, Cvih>>* l->lainl. N. Y, 

C U-14 ; pBTllton. Catie May. X. J.. 1021. 
Brob*t Trio, A. ft S.. Botluii, U-14- 
BrNlul'n Putilea, Ontario Beach Park, Rochester, 

M; Y„ 044. 
Hrltikley-, Trie. Foreal Park. Palmer. Maae.. U-14. 
Browne, Wblsllkg Tom. tja«lnaw, Mlcb., 8-14. 
Brooka, ilvrbert, Mualc Hall, Brlabtuu Bcacb, 

X. Y., 0-14. 
Brown, Jack, ft Lillian Wrlgbt, Young/a I'lcr, 

Ocean City, N. 4., U-14. 
Buacli. Family, Alnlunie, Eiauotla. Kan., U-14; 

l-yrlc I'ark. J'tplln. Mo., H-21. 
Bnrkea, The. Oaeentator'a, Atlantic Clly. N. J., 

U-14. 
Burke. Al.. rjranl Pier, Xo. Bmefa. X. V . 014. 
Burnex & Bumea. I>ewey. Dtlca. X. Y.. 0-14. 
Bums ft Finn. No. Beach, N. Y. C, 0-14; Dcau- 

Itng'a, Rockaway Beach, X. Y. C, 16-21. 
BaiU Broa., ProclorV, Newark, N. J.. 0-14 ; On- 
tario Beai-b. RoilH-Hter. N. Y-. lti-2l. 
Burlpn ft Hi-.-.k- Umaik-k Valley l'ark. No. Ailamj, 

Mrnw., U-14; Ilorki-ltlre Park. I'lttatteld, 16-21. 
Buckeye State Qturlefle. Keitira. Boston. 0-14. 
Bmlworlli ft Weill. Alrdotne. I'lin'.ur^, Kho., U- 

14; Ctralal Park. Kt. Joaeftli, Mo.. 10-21. 
Buinly ft White, Wlllanl'a Pier, Ueean City. N. J., 

0-14: Brighton Beacb. N. Y. C, 16-21. 
Bnckiier, Creai, Ambaaiuiiteur, Hacbarest, Ron., 

U-:il ; Os Rudavera, Budaneat, Aua.. Aur. 1-31. 
llurtfuyiie Harry. Keltb'a, Boaton, 0-14. 
Byron ft: nianch,' Crj'alal, Loganaport, lnd., 0-14; 

Crystal Frankfort, 16-21. 
By run & I^anedon, II, O. Ik. PltUburc, Pa., 0-14. 
Byeni ft Herman, Rock Spring, B. Llrer-pool, O., 

0-14. 
Casad (2l£>. Virginia Beach, Peoria, III.. U-14. 
Ciraoo Ilro*.. l.lnroln I'ark, New Bedford. Mavs., 

8-14; Kltwly'ii, XewtKirt. It. I.. 10-21, 
Caaad ft De Verne, Falrrlew Park. Day loo, O., 

U-14; Lakeside Park. Akron; 10-21. 
Caldivelf ft Wentwortb, SlwvUy.'a. Fall River, 

Maaa.. U-14; Bocky *»t.. Providence, it. 1.. 16- 

Sl. 
I'anirrnn. Orui"e. Pnwtor'e. Newark, N. J.. 8-14. 
Carr ft I.ipi, O. 0. II., Plltabunt. U-14; Kelth'v, 

Phll.i.. 10-21. 
Cate Family. Nlnewa I'ark. Peru. HI., 9-14; 

Kleiiric Park. Kanwia City, Mo., 10-21. 
Carroll k Clarke. Park. Uanulual. Mo- 0-14; G. 

O. II., Molierly. 16-SI. 
Cameron ft I'laiias.iu. llhtuhut Park. Graml Uapld«, 

Mlcb.. U-14; l.Hkv Mlrlllran Park, Muskegon. 

10-21. 
OasattM ft J.tlitwou, Keith's, CleTelaud, 0-14; 

U. O. H.. Plttftburs, HI-SI. 
Cani|ilM?ll, koulae. Paator'a, N. Y. C 1M4. 
Caprice. Lynn A Fay. Park. St. t..ml-. 0-14; 

KoiilHlne Ferry Park, I*nil«t»le, Ky.. 10-21. 
Caprice. "Original." Mttle Hock. Ark., 0-14. 
Carroll ft Baker. Proctor'a. ftHainy, N. ¥.. U 14. 
Caraw A llay*-a, UuTernator'a, Atlantic City, N. 

J.. 0-14. 
Carroll. Mabel. Kuplre, St. Paid. 0-14. 
Carou A Herbert. ProetorX Albany, M. X., 0- 

14; Proctor's, Newark. N. J., 10-21. 
carnu ft Farnum, Proctor's, Albany. X. y.. 0-14. 
Caraon & Wlllun'.. Eaal Knrt Park. Meii;|>bl?, 

Tenn.. U-14: Temide. Detroit. 10-21. 
dmi'hel! ft Jtijinsou. KeltliV, CleTelaml, 0-14. 
Carrollton ft Hi>due»*. Mannlon'H Park. St. I.ouIm, 

U-14; Klectrk Park. Kannaa Clly, Mo., 10-21. 
Carrino. Mme., Uuvcrrmlur's, Atlantic City, N. 

J.. 0-14. 
Canloivnle Siaten, Luua Park. Johu^luwn, Ph., 

014. 
CliaittemyH. The. Weat Km) Park. New Orlcana. 

I.B., 1" St. 

Clirlitoiilier. Colllna' Gardens, Colunilnjs. 0.. U- 

14; Hamilton. 10-21. 
Chlldem, (Iraee ft D*nr. Keith's. Boston. 0-14; 

Keltb'a. I'hllH., lit- 21, 
L'iietry ft Bates, JiiiictbHi Park, Xew Brighton. 

Pa.. 0-14. 
Cliandler. Anna, Proctor's. Albany. X. Y., 0-14. 
Chick, Creat. St. Ry. Park. PoltaTllle. Pa., U-14. 
Clmilwick Trlu. Mountain Park, Itoauoke, Va., 

UI4. 
CliaMmni Slsloiv, Cryatal, Anderaran. 1ml., 0-14. 
Chrkty, Wayne (J., Hutairlmn Park, Vlckobiitg. 

MIm., B-Sl. 
CltsNlurla. Pierce, Audliorliim, Norfolk. Vs.. 0-14, 
Clifford ft Orth, San Jose. Cal., 0-14 ; Sacraujeulu, 

10-31. 
Clark, Cljac, A. ft S-. Boslou, '.'■II. 
Clark'a t>opi ft Ponies, OlTeralue Park, Mon- 
treal, Can-. 0-14. 
Corhly ft Burke, proctor's, Newark, N. J., 0-14. 
Cowper. Jiinmle. t'-oinetition. Owego, n. i , ;>■ 

14; Casloo. Btu^bHintou, 10-2t. 
Coltvu ft DHrniw. Olympic. Chicago. D-14. 
Uook, Frank. A. ft B.. Boatun, 0-14. 
Coakley A McUrlde, Electric Park, Baltimore. 

014. 
Cuiwti A Bancroft, Pastor's, N. Y. C. 014. 
Columbia Four. Keith's. N. Y. C. tt-14. 
Culnnililnus (.">, ldura Park, Yuungstonn, . O.. 

8-14. 
Cinrmells. 'Cycling. Touring Mexico. U-Sl. 
Corhley. Jas. F., PltlsBetd. Mats.. U-14, 
Cotitvj-. Jtriin ft Mamie, Southern Park, Pltta- 

bnrg, 0-14. 
folljn* * Hart. Victoria. N. Y. C. U-14. 
Coin's Dugs. Keith's. N. Y. C, 0--I4. 
Oaike ft Mlsa Rot her I. Kni|»lre Tour. Eng., 0- 

Atui. 4. 
Council) . . lltigli. Tlniycr's Park, Amstenlatn, X. 

Y.. U-rt. 
Colonial Septette. Ye, Keith's, Phlla.. 0-14. 
C'laimlM. Frank. Savoy. Atlantic City. X. J., 0-14. 
Ciaj|a>r ft Rubiiisuu, Proctor's 23d St., X. Y. C, 

U14. 
Creci-o Bras., Cnmtvat. SummerTlllc, X. J., 0-14. 
Crotly Trlu, latgoou. ■ Lndlnw. Ky., U-14. 
Crahie. t^mg & Crnlnc. Maryland, Plite Beach, 

Va., U-Sl. 
Curtis. N'eil. Star. Munrle, lud.. 0-14. 
Curtis ft Adams, Kelth>. Boslou, 814. 
Cntlys. Mttsleul (01. Victoria. N. Y. C. 8-14. 
Cimilni.'* ft Thornton, Oakwood Park. Pltt*tsjrg. 

0*14. 
Cnrlln, RcIh. Sli-eidevhase Island, Brtdgeimrt. 

Conn.. 0-14. 
Ctlllen, Jas. II.. Muss ft Stall Tnur. Eng., 031. 
I Ml i- ft Iteuu. Keith's. Pblbi.. 0-14. 
Daly ft O'Brleit, OrpM-in. Chi I Kent tie. O , 0-14. 
DatlH ft Walker, Saeandaga Park. UloversTllie. 

X. Y.. 14; Ontario Boacb, IU-31. 
Dalley, Peter IV Savoy. Atlantic City. N. J., 8- 

Dateniairt. Harry. Keith's, i'tereland. 0-14. 
Davis. Mark ft Laura. Shadyskle Park. Went pert. 

Mil.. 0-11. 
Dauphin, Geo., Wonderland. Revere Beach. Mass., 

11-14. 
Dauovas. I.v, Trinidad. Cut.. U-14. 
Dafey ft Phlllliie. Atliiullc I'Jarden, X. Y. C. 8-14. 
Dagu'oll. Ailrle. Keith's. Pkila.. U-14; TrwDlc.Dc- 

trolt. 1021. 
Dainty Dairy Msld*. Keith's. Boslon. 0-14. 
Dell A Funila, Forest Park. Kansas City, Mo.. 

4621. 
De Witt. Burns ft Torrance, Thrall. Cape Town. 

S. ft.. D-14. 
mm Hubert. Alsmeila I'ark. Butter. Pa., 014. 
Dentonlo ft Belle, Spring Lake Park, Tteulou, 

X. J„ 0-14. 
Deunette Slaler., Cbeatnni Hill Park. Phlla., 8- 

14. 
Dent*. Lola. Dewey. Dtlca. X. V.. 8-14. 
Deltims (3k Henderson's. Couey island. K. Y-. 0- 

14. . 
De Mende ft Dlnsmore. Lyric Park- Webb City, 

Mo.. U-14: l.vrlc Park. MnskoKee, 1. T . lO-'Jl. 
Df Vllbla. Great, Trl City Park. SbctaWd, Ala.. 

0-14. 
Deagon. Arilmr. Kelili'-. Bostou. t* - 14. 
Pelmore ft Darrell. ttoeky Spring" I'nrk. Y,. Liver- 
pool. O.. 8-14. 
Drlmo. I.alaj-rtte. Buffalo. 1)14. 
1 1' Soles, nirlstupber, tVtlllus (Janlcns. Coltnubue. 

II.. 0-14. 
lVI-A-Phone, Crystal Park. SeililU, Mo., 814; 

tVvstal Denver. Col.. 10-21. 
Itcnilug. Arthur. Park. Canton o.. 8-14. 
Is* Beam ft Ladue. Domlnloa Park. Montreal. 

Can.. 0-14. 
I> Laceys, Daaclng. Wettooa Beach, Bay City, 

Mlcb., 9-H; Rlveraldt Park, Saglutv, lu-ai. 



Deriue ft Shuria, A. ft «.. Bwhai, 0-14. 
Dliou ft Anger, Keith's. Cleveland. U-14. 
Dlerlcki Bros., Womlprland. ktdlanaHls. 9 14; 

Crystal, Milwaukee, 10*21. 
Dllks ft Dllka, Clatatuut UH1 I'ark, Phlla., 9-14; 

spring Lake Park. Treafon. 5. J-. 10-21. 
plKoa Bros.. Oiyiwile, Cblctgp. lB-21. 
Dl«on. Bowers ft DEml WbTfe City. Dlngbarntoc, 

N. Y„ 0-14; Tumbibw Buu Park, Polt-tllle, 
I Pa.. 10-21. 
Diamond A Hmltb. SIh-u's. RarTalu, 8-14; Celeron 

Park, Jamestown. N. Y.. 10-B1. 
Doii ft Thompson, llaumia. Grand Kaulila. Mich., 

0-14. 
Don. Kaima, I>L, Xew Castle, Kng,. ti-S(; Pal.. 

Olaagow. Scot,. 1*3-21.: Uh>.. l.lUTf.m.1. l.ng., 

S3 2»; Ilili,. BrlKbtm. ;!0-AUg. 4. 
Downs, T. Nelson, OrpUrum, Ixis Au^elis. Cal.. U- 

21. 
Dure, lima, Klectrk: Park. Newark, N. J~, 0-14. 
Dorach ft Knasell, Pleasure Bay, K. J.. 1-14; 

Proctor's 33il St.. N. Y. C 16-31. 
poylo A Granger, Bltou. Green Bay. Wis.. 0-14- 
Doner. Joe ft Nellie, Kleclrle Park. Newark, N. J.. 

0-14. 
Doiiothb ft Arnold. KiihL'ui WIIImvs. Salem, Mass., 

0-14. 
■'Dronaa,*' Vklurla. S. T. C. U-14. 

Krew. Mr. ft Mrs. Sidney, Olyuplc, Chicago, 9-11. 
racula. A., Graod. Portland, Ore., U-14; Grand, 

Tacniuu, Wash., 1621. 
Drlscoll, J. A.. Pfiit.-irV. N. Y. C. 8-14. 
Dnnburs. Flylag. While City. Cblcago. U-21. 
Diipree, Malda, Berkslilra Park, PittsOold. Mass,, 

U-14 ; lllglilaiid Luke. Wasted. Conn., 10-21. 
Dwyer, John. Sbca'a, Boffaki, U-14. 
Karl ft Bartlett, Hanover Park, Mertdea, Coun , 

0-14. 
Kckel ft Warner, Family, QfcvverarUle, ft Y., 

014. 
LMwarda, Ona, ft Co., Keith's. Pklla.. nil. 
Kildy. Arlhnr. Ktyslan Gntve, Tucson. Arls., OIL 
Eddy Arthur, Elyalan. Grove, Tucioji, Arts., U-21. 
KtUall-Forbea Co.. Proctor's 23d St., ft Y, C, 

0-14. 
Kilaon. Harry, Farm. Toledo. 0-14]. 
Ellbotv Sister*, Morrlsoa's, Roekaway Beacb, X. 

V. C, 14. 
Elton, Sam. Ponce de I*eon Park, Atlabta. tin., 

9-14; Ocean View Casino. Norfolk, Va.. 10-21. 
Kltluge. Jnlian. Paluce, loodon, liig-, U-Aug. .11. 
F.inoett, Oracle, A- Co., Nommbega Pork. BosIod, 

0-14. 
Etntnett ft Kane. Sauatoga Turk, Pollatown, Pa., 

U-14; Sbadyalde Park, Westport, 10-21. 
Emperor- of Music (4i, FonUlne Ferry Park. 

Loularllle, Ky., 0-14; Eaat End Park, Mem- 
phis, Tenn., 10-21. 
Empire Comedy Four, Moss & Stoll Tour, Eng., 

0-Ang. 11. 
Emory. Maude, Electric Park, Baltimore, 9-14. 
English Bosehuds, Bakeraneld, Cal.,- 0-14; Loa 

Angeles, 16-21. 



*0-14; Novelty, Nan Frao.. 10-21. 
Kvers, Geo. W., Park. Pueblo, Col.. 0-21. 
Everett. Blanche. Keith's, N. V. C. 0-14. 
Ex|Mv>ltlun Four, Brtttaula-ou-tbe-Bay, Ottawa, 

Can., U-14. 
Punt n» (2i, MuntinureucI Park, Quebec, Can., 

0-14. 
r.nk-ne Orchestra. Kclih's, Itoston. U-14. 
Faliruo, Grand. Purllaud. Ore.. U-14. 
Furiium, Bud, Trio, Ramona Park, Grand Rapids. 

Mich.. 9-11. 
Fayblo. Anunla. Cryatal Park. Qmaba. Neb., 0-14; 

People'*, Leavenworth, Kan,. 10-21. 
Fays. The. Morrison's, Hockaway B>ncb, X. Y. &. 

0-14. 
Feruande May Duo, Deltnar Garden, Oklahcina. 

Okia.. U-14. 
Ferimson ft Bcesoii. Delnur Ganlen. Oklahoma. 

Okla., 0-14; Wcn-hTlnml I'ark. Wklilla, Kan.. 

10-21. , 
Ferguson ft !'H**nwre. Chester Park. Cincinnati, 

0-14; Cedar Park, nimlmky, 10-21. 
FerTeeus, Victoria, X. Y. ft. 0-14. 
Ferris Wiley Trio, Unique. UlineapoUs, Ulan., 8- 



Fiunegan. Hollywood Park, Ballo., 0-14. 

J'leb!- ft Ward. Morrlsmi'a, Rockaway Beac'j, X. 

Y. C 0-14. 
Fields'. Will II., Godfruy's Pavilion. Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich., U-14: ijike-tde Park. Kalamatoo. 

10 21. 
Fisher ft Johnson. Olympic. Chicago, u-14 ; White 

City, Chicago, 1K-21. 
Fields ft Wnlley. Krllh'a. X. Y. C. U-14. 
First. Barney. Coney Island, Cim-lnnatl. 0-14; 

Collins Ganlenx. Cotumbns. 10-21. 
Fhvrrrte. Nellie. Fontaine Ferry Park, Louisville, 

Ky., 9-14. 
Flynn, Karl. FJectrlc Park, Kansas City, Mo„ 

0-SI. 
Flood Bros.. Wblte City. Chicago. 0-14. 
Ford Slaters & Brothers. Proctor's 23d St., N. 

Y. r* 0-14. 
Fox, Mndsv. Kreebujly Park, Newport, R. I., 0-14. 
Fox ft Hughes. Rlver-i'le Park. Boise, Ida.. 0-21. 
Foy. Kddle. Savoy, Atlaiillc City. X. J.. 9-14, ' 
Fnutlnelie, MyslerlotRi. Family. Butte. Munt., 0- 

14; WaehlnKton. Spokane, Wisb., 14k31. 



Point, Sandusky, o.'. uii' 



8-14: Falrrlew Park. Dayton. 
1'oiitl Bead Bros.. Oakwood Park, Pittsburg. U-14. 
Freeze Bros., llljuu. Wtunlpeg, Man., 0-14 ; 

L'nfqne. Brantion, MSI. 
Fnslo and Dare, Ramona, Grand IUplds. Sllih.. 

1021. 
Frnser Trio. Oakfnnl Park, Greeiibtirg. Pa., U-14. 
Frniiclscos |2i. Highland Park, Houston, Tex.. 

0-14; Klectrk Park, Galveston. 16-21. 
Frosliil. F. 0., Family. Lafayette. lud.. 0-14- 
Frrncb, Henri, Avon Park, Yuitngstown, <>., 0-14. 
Frank. Bob, ft Dog, New York Roof, ft Y. C. 0- 

Fnllcr. Rose, ft Co.. 01yni|dc, Chicago. 0-14. 
Uartelle Bros.. OrplaHini, !«*> Angeles, Cal.. U-14; 

Chutes,. San 1'ran.. lo-2L 
Gaylnrd. Bonnie, Ctiates. San Fran., Cat.. U-21. 
Gnyhtr A Graff, White City. Blnghaioton. N. Y., 

0-14. 
Gavin A Piatt, Pleasure Bay I'ark, Loug Branch, 

X. J.. U-14. 
Gelwr * Walters. Kellh's. Wevelanil. u-14. 
(■earns. Tommy. Dewey. Utlca. N. ¥.. 0-14. 
tienaru ft Bailey, S«vuy. Allnntlc City, N. J.. 

0-14. 
Gllnnire ft tTarrull. Fiioilly, Lafayette, lad., 0-14; 

Grand, Mldilguii City. 10-21. 
Glltuore Slalers. tluveruatur's, AUniitlc City, N. 

J-, 0-14. 
ijllkn, Tom. Oakwoml Park. Plltsuurg. 0-14. 
Gtlksv. Ethel. Smulusky, O.. ML 
GUI. Xut, GuTornator's, Atlantic City, N. J., 0- 

14. 
GlllltiKwater. Claudr. ft Co.. Chutes, San Fran., 

Cal.. 0-14. 
Gllruy. llavnes ft llontpjraery. "Grsurl. Santa 

Karhara. Cat.. U-14; Novelty. Oaklantl, 10-21. 
Gillilian ft Perry, Oak Summit Park. Kvansvllle, 

hid.. U-14: KnrhigOrook Park. So. Bend. 10-21. 
Golttob. Mr ft Sirs., Crystal, Denver. Col.. 8-14; 

Crystal Park. St. Josepu. Mo.. 16-21. 
Goldsmith ft Hu|tpe, Stee|ite*.'hase Pier, Atlantic 

nty, ft J-. 0-14. 
Goldlii Russian Troupe, Ontario Bench. N. I., 

0-14. 
Gorman ft West, iT's-lor's. Newark, N. J., 0-14. 
Gunkm ft UajeH, Ulbn. Marlnetle. Wis.. 8-14; 

Bijou. Calumet, Mkh.. I O-SI. 
tionkm ft aaaaesaV Purk. Terre Hoatr. lndi. 9-14. 
Gonkni. .Don ft Mac. Park. Wheeling. W. Va., 8- 

14; ILuilanV Pt, Toronto, Can., 10-21. 
Goulmans. Musical, Majestic. Chicago, V-14. 
Gmirley. Kecnsu ft Gwvrley, iuman's. Coney 

IsUud. X. Y., D21. 
Greene ft Werner, Wells' Park. Atlanta. QaV. 0-14. 
Ureen ft Weathers, Revere Beacb, Mass.. 0-14. 
Gray's Marionettes. Unnuitun Bcacb, Mass.. 0-14. 
Graiwwlu ft Chance, savoy, Atlantic City, K. J., 

0-14. 
Harvey. Klslr, Paxtang Park. Harrhburg, Pa.. 

1M4. 
Halt. Billy. A. A S.. Boston. U 14. 
Harvey ft De Vora, Tncisaa, Wash., 9-14 ; Sett- 
He. 16 21. 
Hazard. Cdornv ft Bayward. Sans Buurl Park, 

Chicago. 0-14. 
UarTlMou. Mluble, Headerson'P. Coney Island. N. 

Y-. 0-14; Proctors ISMh St.. ft V. C. 18-21. 
Havden. Virginia. Genuett. Richmond. lud.. P 14; 

logausport. 10-21. 
Haley ft Hare. Dewey. Utlca. N. V f>M 
Italiiea.'lAiIa. Wotskerlaiul. Boatou. 0-21. 
ItnrLind ft IlolllHc.ii, t.nkevkw Park, Uhldletown. 

II.. 0-14; 

Park. Dwnp.r. Me., 10 21. 
llarrls-ltentireganle ft Co-, Luna Park. J'dinatnwn, 

Pa.. 014. 
Hanvey ft Doane, Cryatal. Denver. Col., 8-14: 

Palate. Cripple Creek. 10 21. 
llanuurt. Frank, Grand. Peru, lud., 0-14; Grand, 

Huntington. 14-31. 
linrt. Will* ft LMIth, Htadersou'a, Oeaey Ulauil, 

N Y, 9-14. 

i -- 



Hawthorne. Lola, Klectric Park. Baltlaaore. 8-14. Ltirrence, AL. Ofeirtinffy Park, Colnmhn- n 
Hassell Bros.. Gurernator'a, AtJanlle C1IJ. N. J., . 0-14. * * u,,nni «w, 0.. 

8-14. Lester. Harry B.. SleeplechaBe, Atlantic rtir a 

Uaymau A FrankHn, Royal. Iloltoro, Bng.. 8-14; i.'. ff-ia. . ' wmm ■** h - 

Pal., Glgafuiv. Scot., 16-21 [ I'av., Ntwnstle, te Bpy ft<Wnadford, Proctor'a, Newark K J o. 

Kng., 23-Aug. 4. j 14. .■»... a., h 

Hansou ft James, Lake Xinmuc, Uabfldge, 14 as*., lewis. Georgia Charter*. Olympic. Chlr-aan r.i. 

Oil ; Brookalde Park AlboL lO^L Leonard ft.Drakp.. Cedar Point, Sanduaki n. Si \i 

Hatch Broa.. Peqitolt Park. WestflcM, Maag., 8- 
, 14 : Foxboro. 10-21. 
Hsuillton ft Wiley, Olympic. Sprlngleld, HI.. 0- 

14; BIJou, Galeanarg. 10-2). 
Harty, Jobo It.. Atlantic Garden, ft Y. C 014. 
Hartford. David, ft Co.. Keith's. Cleveland. 8-14. 
Harcourt. Daisy, Palace, London. Kng., 6- Aug. 31. *■». .. 
Harrington. Dahlcl J.. Avon Park. Youngstown, I.et'itbttiit. AL, Ori 

(>., 0-14; Farm. Toleilo. 16-21. 
Herrmann. Adelaide, Savoy, Atlantic City, X. J 



Pier.. Ocfar, City. J0-», ' * l *> 

tmmm OH jCoob's l'ark. Kv«asv||le. lnd u ta 

le Dent, Great, Keith's, Phlla., 0-14 : u n i 

Pitmhnrr, ioai. • »«, u. u. h., 

3?* boQBMr Park, Montreal, Can., o 

Leotmardt, AL, Orpheum. Sprlngfleld, III n ta ■ 

t^jev lsUuii,. ciSch.naU, loll" * 0li ' 

Le Sfarnc Shier-.. L|uW)n. Ludba-, Ky.. 8-H 

l* Roy, Marie, Junction Ptrk, Bearer Faila, pa.. 

Heaiey! Thn', CJurernator's, Atlantic City, K. J., Le Clair, John, Sohtner Park. Montreal, Can., 8- 

Hederkks. The, Empire. St. Paul, 14. Le Barr. Empire. Oklahoma, Okia.. u-14- i rti „ 

Heory. Young A Conlln, Sbellpot Park, Wllmltig- Pittsburg, tan., lfl-21. ' -* Lttic - 

. Del., 0-21. Le Hlrt, Hhcafer's Uirden, Columbus O nu 

-, F,leanor. Mnslc Ball, Brighton Beach, Leonard * Louln?. Wonderland. Indlauar*>fa oil' 

Y., 8-14. Lewla ft Hnrr. Crystal. Toledo. (>.. 14 ^ 3!4 ' 

!ch«, Julia A Karl. Chutes, San i ran., 0-14. Lester, Florence, H^Qderson'a. Ooaev ls'lan,i ■ 



Timan 
9-14 
Healya, The. Pastor's, ft Y. C. 0-14. 



Hg^deraon'a. Coney Island. N. 



ion. Del., 0-21 
Henry, 

N. L . 
Helnrlcha. . _ 

Hfsrn. Tom. Victoria. N. Y. C 9-14. Y.. 014. 

Herald Soaare Quartette, Oleotangy Park, Oolum- I* Martyn ft NeHaeo, Olympic. Cblcaan 0-14 

bus, O.. 0-31. Leonard. James & Sadie. Freetody Park Y» 

Herbert ft Vance, Chester Park, Cincinnati, O., port, R. 1.. 0-14. ™*~j ran, ,\ ttT . 

S «- „ . ... Lludaay'a Moakeye, Wblte City. Cbicaio u 21 

Helna. "Laughing Billy," Southern Park, Pitt* Lindsay, Geo. A.. No. Beach. NY u Via 

burg. 0-14. Casino, Midland Beach. K. Y, C. '16-21 

Herbert. Kellh's. Boston, 9-14. LougT Mprey, Bijou, Dulutli. Minn., 0-14 ' 

Henman'a. Musical, Wenona Beacb, Bay Cltf, Lombard Bitce.,. CxyatiL " Patk. SecUUIa Mo n u 

HIA.. 9-14. __ . Londons (4), Una Park, Washlngtoo, D • C h 

Ilewleltes. The. Alcaiar. Denver. Co).. ML 14; Hapurland, Winnipeg. Can* ldsi 

Hefron, Tom. Park, Hannibal. Ho., ML Love ft llaliu. Coney Island. Cincinnati' 9-14 

Hlnman, Capt. Sidney. Mchola Park. Jackwn- Lovltta, The, Ste*^ilechaac, Atlantic Cttr N t 

tine. 111.. 9-14; Dreamland Park, Decatur. 16- 9-14. ** ' ''■■ 

Lorette, H. M., Steenlecbase Pier, Atlantic city. 



Hlitman, Geo., Oak Summit Park, Eransvlllc, 

lud., u-14. 
Hickman Bros., Keith's. Pklla., U14; Keith's, 

Boston. 16-21. 
Hilton, Fred, Owaua Park, Des Moines, la.. 0-14. 
Hllbrrt ft' Warren. Wonderland. DnnvMle. III.. »- 

14; Lake View Park, Terre Haute, lnd.. 10-21. 
Il>lcomb. Curtis & Co.. Haverhill. Mass.*. U-14 



Lombard. Preston, Woodalde Purk, Phlla 8-21 
Luce ft Luce. Crystal, Trinidad, Col., 0-14 
Lucler, Mr. ft Mrs. l-'rcd, Pirk, Canton, o 'tt-14 
MartlnnetUp ft Sylvester. Cgsltio Pkrk. Kalaai.' 
;uo. Mich.. 0-14; HprlngOeid Park. 80. SS 

■ 1:1,. 10;21. 
LykVa. Jack, Minstrels. Blnghamton. N. Y. 0-14 

Manchester. N. 11.. 16-21. Matinee Maids, Morrison's, Mgan Reach 

Holmaa. Harry. Bprlag Lake Park. Trenton, N. 5. Y- C, 044. ' oeacn., 

J.. 0-14; Tumbling Dam Park, Brldgeton, 10? Majestic Trio, Cbulea, San Fran.. Cal 1-"] 

21. Mario ft Aldo, Riverside Park, Montreal, "dan 

Hoffman. Kltlie. BIJou. Coatesvllle. Pa., 0-14. 
tluft. Fraures, ft Co., Lincoln Park, New Bed 

ford. Man., 0-14. 
HnthimlM, The, Guvemator's. Atlantic Clly, N 

J., 9-14, 



0-14; Celeron. Jaoieatown, ft Y., 10-21 
Mardo Trio, lngeraoll Tark. De* Mornes' la ft- 
14; Sans Souel. Chicago, 16-21. 

Mack, Eddie, Hendcrvou'a, Coney Island. N, Y.. 

H^'gesT* Harry, Stanton Park. Stcabeovllle, O., **£*> flft ?-£S5i r i^' JS'iL 1,W r._ < l Hn J eo l..9?! ,1Inb,ia - 



ll-jjvnrd Bros.. Rmulrc Tour. Eng., 0-28. 
Howards. Diincliu'. Farm, Toledo, O.. 0-14; Olen- 

tingy Park. Columbus, 16-21. 
Howards, Marvelous. Olympic, Chicago, 914, 
Holland. Mihlrcil. Shea's. Buffalo. 8-14. 
HawelL Sweeney ft Dunkirk, BIJou, Norfolk. Vs., 

0-14. 
Holmes ft Hoillston. Lake Chauucry, Weithoru, 

Mas-., u-14; Onset. 13-21. 
Howard ft Howard. Temple, Detroit, 0-14. 



0-14; Lskesi'le Park, Dayton. 10-21 
Mackle ft Mack, Guvrruator's, Atlantic City, N. 

Maruells. The. Udepu, Dayton. 0., 0-14. 
Martin. Kd., Bljod, Dulutli. Minn., 0-14. 
Marr ft Evans, Plnebirst Park, Worcester, Man., 

MachDow, Victoria, ft Y. C. 0-14. 

Marco Twins, Meyer's Lake, Canton. 0., 9-14- 

.Majestic. Chicago. 10-21. * 

Mnreena, Nevnro ft Mareeua, Proctor's lSUtb St 

ft Y. C, 0-14. 
Marble ft Scott, Music Hall, Brighton Beacb. X. 

Mack ft, Dugal. Olympic. Chicago, 0-1 



Fugtes ft Broau. So. Beach, N. Y. C, 0-14; 

Dein Hug's, lux-ktwny Beach. X. Y. C, 10-21. ,. 

Huston ft Dallas, Steeplechase Island, Bridgeport, >sclntc«h. Lagoon, Ltdlcw Ky.. U-14. 

Conn.. D-14. W Moreeiius (III. Proctor's 20*1 St.. N. Y. C. 9-14. 

Huegel Bnw.. O. O. II., Pittsburg. 8-14. HHSfi i, aUf "' i,. A »•■ Boston. 8-14. 

Ilumilfufll. Jolm T.. Luna Park, Plluburg. 0-14; "•" "J" Slatew, Bi4ou. Norfolk. \a.. 9-14. 



Phienlx- ' Cumberland, ('.. 10-21. 

Iltime, Cain ft Hoey, Steeidechase Island, Bridge- 

l-.rl. Com,,, 0-14, 
Hoher. Ouvernalor's. Atlaiillc City, ft J., 0-14. 
Hylamls 1 3), Highland Lake, Wlusted, Conu., 

U-14. 
Hyde. Heath ft Walsh. Cook's Park. Kvansvllle, 

lnd., u-14: Cheater Park, Cincinnati. 10-21. 
Uf^, Bob ft Bertha, Highland Park, Wlnsted, 

Conn.. : !4. • 

luternatloiial Four, Plcton. Can., 9-14. 
Intrram ft Crontu, Lycenm, Phlla., 0-14 ; Wind McDade ft Welcome, Guvem«tor*«. Atlantic Cltr 

Gap, Pa., 16-21. ft J., 14. 

Inness ft Ryan, Wenona Beach, Bay Clly, Mlcb., McKinuon ft Reed, Park. Seymour, III., 8-14- 

8-14. , "" -'- Olympic, Chicago. 10-21. 

Ivy. Delmar A Ivy. Crystal. Marlon. In*!.. 16-Sl. McGee ft Collins. Midlson. S. D-. 014. 
James ft Davis. Island Park. Kuatou. Pa.. 9-14. McDowell, John "ft Alice. Park. Detroit. 9-11. 
Jacobs ft jaafjaj, Feast ft Furies, Columbus, 0-, McCarthy,' Myles, S|-rJngbrook Park. So. Bend. 



Madderns, The, Maubatlan. Korfulk. Va.. 0-14. 
Macart's Dogs ft Monkeys, Chutes. San Fran . 

Cal.. 0-21. 
Mcltulda. Billy, Godfroy'a, Grand Rapids, Hick.. 

McWalters ft Tyscu. MaJeulle. Cbleago, 9-14. 

McCleunun, Jus.. BIJou. Duluth. Minn.. 0-14. 

McNamee. Proctor'a, Albany, N. Y.. 0-14; River- 
side Park, Montreal. Can.. 10-21. 

McCone ft TradeR, tluvrrnator'a. Atlantic City. 
ft J., 9-14. 



0-14; Kea-t ft Furies. Dayloa, 10-21. 

Jstnes ft Richards, A. ft S., Boston, 8-14. ' 

Jaiiioes, Albert, & Bro., Park. Wheeling, W. Va., 
0-14. . 

Jackwits (It*. Casluo. Rocky Point. It. I.. 9-14. 

Jack. Mr. ft Mrs., Island Park, Defiance. O.. ti- 
ll. 

Jansen, Hprr, ft Co., IdlewiUl Park, Newark, O.. 
S-14: Lakeside Purk, Akron. 1U-21. 

Jackson ft Boon. Norumbeiw Park, Boston, U-ll. 

Jsnnlngs ft Retitfrew. r^uke Michigan Park. Mits- 
keron, Midi., U-14; Robinson Park, Ft. Wayne, 
h.l.. 10-21. 

JidiDton ft Grant. Auditorium, Norfolk. Va., U-14. 

Johnson ft Wells, lis Budavera, Bwlaiawt, Hun., 

Jubtistuii-. Musical, Alhambra, Lotnlon, Erm.. 0- 

Aug. 31. 
Jolnison, Sabel, Ptockir's 24ft| St.. N. Y. C, 914. 
Jolly ft Wllle. Spring I,ake Park. Trenton, N. J., 

U-14: IsUnd Park. Baalim, Pa., ttt-21. 
Jones ft Raymond. Cryatal Park, Ofnaba, Neb., 

Joetcllu Trio, Proctor'a, Newark. X. J.. 9-14. 

Johnson, Billy. Athletic Park, Buffalo. 0-14. 
Jones ft Button. KMrldge Park. Llmlra, H. Y., 

Junes ft Hlte, Musk- Hall, Brighton Beacb, N. Y., 

Karseys. Musical, Normnbcga Park. Boaton. 0-14. 
Ksufmau Sisters, Lake CumiHiunce, Soutblnatoc 

Ooiin., 0-14. 
Ktimati. Brlgiitoti Beach, X. Y. C. 0-21. 
Kenton, Dorothy, Meyers' Lake, Canton. O.. 8-14; 

Rocky Springs Park. K. Llvcriajul, 10-21 
!(,,:(.. t. 1. .,.„ ... ,.. n uU _. ■ 



lnd.. ; 14.; Rohluwn Park.- Ft. Wayne. 16-21- 
MeCaiie ft Grant, Minnlou'a Park. St. loula. 9- 

14; Cook's, Park, gvansville. lnd.. 10-21'. 
Merrill, Raymond. Oncograph, Los Aageles. Cal., 

Melville. Frank, Athletic Park. Buffalo. 0-14. 
Merrltt ft Resell*. Steeplechase Island, Brklcs- 
. pott. Conn.. 8-14. ^^ 

Melroy Tna, Dowiliij. IxHTansport. lnd.. 0-14. 
Meliint-1,11 Xole Trlu'. Keith's. Phlla., 0-14; G. 0. 

H.. Pltlsbunt. ln-*Jl. 
Metropolis Qbartette, Savoy, Atlantic City, ft J., 

Melvhis (4). Xew York Bpof, ft Y. C. 8-14. 
Mllanl Trio, Henuersuti's, Coney Island, N. T., 

Mltcheil ft Love. Olympic. ChlcMCo. 8-14. 
Mllkr ft Kdwardu. Cndjue. Kan Claire. WU.. 9- 

14; Unique, Mlnrmi|Mjl|u, Minn.. 10-21. 
Miller Skiers, Odeos. Dajlofl, U-- 014. 
Miller ft Mason, BIJou. Duluth, Minn.. 9-14. 
Mitchell ft Browning, Lakeside Park. Dayton. 0., 

.Mitchell ft Marroii, Heulerson'a, Coney Island, 

ft.1L 0-14. 
Mllllo Bros.'. Gritnl, Sacramento. Cal., 3-14 : 

Noveltv. .San Jose, 10-21. 
Millard Bros. (Bill & Boh). Linrtenwald Park, 

Hamilton, 0.. 014: I^igooh. Ludlow, Ky.. 10-21. 
Mlgnod. Helen, Uappylkinl 'Pgrk. Winnipeg, Can., 

Mlljprsjilp sisters, a. O. H., Pittsburg. 0-14 ; 

Keith's. Cleveland, 10 SI. 
Mills A Uwls, Forest Park. Ksnsaii City. Mo., 

D-14. 



M4] B l ff.To. P 16 a 2L U,,t P " k ' ^"^ N " Y - WS * Holbein,' Pulace, Loudou. Kng.. 8-Aa S . 



Kenyoii ft De UuroHi. AthteGc Park, Buffalo, 0- 

14 ; Hni|lan's PL. Toronto. 16-21. 
Keith. Frank C. Madison. Wis., 0-14. 
Klns-Xers. Great. Okla. Clly. Okla., 0-14; Park. 

Gaawaaa, 1. T.. 10-21. 
Klrfe. Zena. Csntoli. 0.. 10-21. 
KlUBanaal Jaje. Klectric Park. Baltimore. 0-14. 
K lemaii. Jas. A., ft <M.. Proctor's 2;id St., X, Y. 

C, 0-14. 
Klngsley ft Lewis. Proctor's, Newark, N. J., U-14. 
Klein ft Clifton, Keith's, N. Y. 0., D-14; Park 

Quebec. Cain., 10-21, 
Klein ft Klein. Lnnn Park. Cleveland, O., 8-14; 

Avou Park. Youugstowtt, 10-21. 
Klelst. Musical. Highland Park. St. Louis. 10-21, 
Knickerbocker Four, Keunynood Park, Pittsburg. 

Kuetsger, Umv. PantMges. Portland. Ore.. 9-21. 
K«a»l»e & Koptw, Stee|ilerhase klaml. Bridgeport, 
Conn.. U-14: Savin Bock. West Haven, US SI 



1. 

Moxarts, The. The Willows, Salem. Mass., 914. 
Mini tube's Cockatoo Circus. Youug's Pier.' At- 

Unifc Clly, M. J., U-21. 
Mologlrl. U, Ondteam. Carlsbad, Aw.. 0-»L 
Mora. Kd., Steeplechase, Atlantic City, N. J.. 

Morrla! Mna. A Co., Keith's, ft Y. C. 0-14. 
Morris. Joe, Pastor^ N. Y. C. 0-14. 
Moon, Kd., Majestic. Chicago. U-14. 
Motite-Myro Trouisr, Attro Park. Albany. K. Y., 

Morrison ft Berwick. Luke Chauncey. Weetboro, 

Mass.. tl-14; Onset Bay, 16-21. 
Murray, Ctaytop & Drew, Electric Park. Newark, 

X. J.. 14. 
MihIkc. Eva, lngeraoll Park, Dea Moines. la.. 9-14. 
Mullen ft Corelli, Riverside Park. Montreal, Can . 

Napp. Viola. Orpblun. Sprlugfleld, 0- 9-14; Phil- 
llps'. Richmond; lad., 16-21. 



Kurtiw i Bwuo. a. 0. a., pin.*,™, p... bu. "tS P**AP"* Biilw i uft . aw i«- 



La. Xole Bros., I^aig Beach, Gloucester. Mass.. 

U-14. 
La Clear ft Boweu. Wouderlaud, Revere Bcacb. 

Mass., U-21. 
Liiw'aoii, Chinese, WoiMlerlaial, Dauvllle, HI 0- 



North, Botihy, Masoa, Los Angeles. Cal.. p-21. 
Nobles. Milton ft Dolly. Proctor's', Albany. N. Y., 

0-14; Proctor's 2.T<1. St.. N. Y. ft. 10-21. 
NorWdrtli, Jack. KeJIIi's, plglla.. U-U. . 
O'Daj. Ida, RIversttle Park. Saginaw, Mich.. 9 

14; Wenona Beaub, Bay City. 10-21. 
0/ Lough! in ft Cohen, Keith's. Phlla., 0-14; Proc- 
. tor.'a. Newark, S." J., ltt-21. 
O'Lquglillii, Major. Lukevlew Park. Terre Haute. 

lnd., S-14; Womterland Park, Danville, 111-. »■ 

Onrl. Adele PurvU, Klectric Park, Albany, h*. Y., 

I -14. 
O'Xelll. Polly. Koi|»(re. St. PauL'9-14^ 



Lavclles, Tossing (Ui. Un fcau Claire, Wis., 

0-14: Lnli|iic. Mltiuenuolis. Minn.. 10-21. 
La Valhs The. Freebmly Park. Newport, R I 

'"S' Wu 1 "*"- aKk *" a - l "- " ; V " lt '" , °- T^V * <*■ ►-"»• T»l«l«. O.. M* 

U fpES. *"S. 'ui^mrtl,. K„.. "^Vi ***■ * °"- •*■ * L "°- """"'■ G " ' 
!..ual.- & Dhkf. Pa.tor',. N. V. C. 0-U 
l'«"[*«. B.u.li.ir & HarlotU,, Btkmtiu. Co.. 



I^wntnc. Hay. IWrr. utlc. N. y.. 0-14 
IrfwMtnl Brw... keltll'a. R Y. C., 0-14 

-iiarrj l '' i 7i ' Ko "<" | »« sm» i-.n. uni,- 
i r» olt"'' ^ ■ n ' ,?ro " ( "''•• *»n«"iic oiix. 

I^rwue. Jnl«. Casing A.N.rv. p,rk. N. J.. 9.21 
Till? u*™"" 1 - v ""'" h " S*nr Part. Ixml,- 

'Wt »„^r,r% N a r """*• ,nd - •• 

, ••™ , "cf lr !'^,""lo'2, CrI ■" , • F " M ° n - «*•■ »" 

''"aSS*' LW ' s,W|,lKhMr ' Atbiillc City, N. J., 

"- TeilBroB.. Wnodland park. Danville III a. 

14 ; White Cityrspriagfleld, 10 21. ' 



. 0-14. 
Uxavs. The. Casino I'ark. Kalamazoo. Mich.. 9-14. 
Paltersuns, Bounillng. Tivvlt, Ca|W Town. 8. A., 

Parker's Dog Gitcui, Heuderaon'a, Conev lilaod, 
X. Y-. u-u. 

"o-'ii"' Fou,-llie K *' rr - r p * r ^- Loo'sf 111 *- Kr ' 
Palfrey ft HoeBer. Keith's, ft T. C. 014. 
Pauls. Tlie. Pavlltoa. Ontario Beach. N. V-. 0-21- 
Patty Bros., lngeraoll Patrk, Des Moines, la-- 9- 

Parudi. Orphlno. Lima. O , 0-1 4 ; Ornheum . 

Columboa. 16-21. 
Paallnetti ft Plow. Whte-rarte- 7-rtln, Ger.. 9- 

14; Varlett. Oarltbid, aer., 18-21. *_^ 

Pan Atuertcan ronr, c,rbs Casino, No. Belch. 

X. Y-. 9-14. 
Perry Slater*. Freebody Park. Newport. R. I- 

Pahn". Martha, Updfroy's. Grand Rapids. Mlcb-. 

Pern ft Wilson, West End Park, Xew Orieao*. 
U., 9:J4. 



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THE KBfirV "YDEK x tt£&T?W& ' 



563 



pKUhrook 1 * Mii ifijwttk. Cbk«|D, 9-14. 
PtSna^T aJL.T.tWburg, P,.. 9-H 

M!5?Ub,£«m w'lUwood. N. J., 914; 
MwdhW l'kr, Atlantic Cliy. 1*21. 

pSmL Tn*. Farm. ToWo. O., 9-14. 
I'latu-TliM- Cm IVintooRM Uk*. PlttrtrM. Uass . 

plm Bros.. D^W. Utfca. N. Y.. 9-14. 

■ it ft Sni Aton i'ark. ytwagstowi. 0., 9-14. 
SfiTC Crraial. Toledo, o.. 9-14. 

w J C. whM« City, Cbleua 914. 
EK* Arthur. Victoria. N. Y.<.. 8-21. 
ITTon IT*. Oakwowl I'ark, Grwhsbiirg-. Pa., 9* 

U." 
■•(Nile P«u1 E-- Hanlan's Point, Toronto, Can., 

u it 
winw Arthur. Victoria. N. Y. C, 9-14. 
pJSnil I "orben. Central Park, Dow. N. H.. 

1'iSit Baby T-iirtla, Park. -Wind '(HA K. J.. 9> 

14 Ttiffbllhg Dam Part, .Hrldfrttfrt. 10-21. 
parka (2h Pastor's. N. Y. G. 9-14. ' ■ 

•ullfv'n Dixie Oratlnatw. Steeplechase Islanil, 
Hri«im»rr.' Ooon., D-14; »«Tlu Bock, West 

Qiilnlaa' '* Mack. Maoiono, Oraod Bapkh, alien., 

UDltt. Marker & Slckfraod^ Mwm Lake. Can- 
iw O.. 9-14 J Form, Toledo. 10-21. 

■Stta *' IJrM". Wllmtaaton. Del., 9-14; 
Orrtu City, S. J.. 10-21. • 

Baaaaa Sisters. Temple. Detroit, f»-14. 

HilSiell. J- 4 ■ t-'Iiy Park, alefl>I.l. Ala., 9-14. 
t &T«vlor. Like Park, Worrester. Haw., 914. 

Kin*. Mr. ft MM.. DalrTllIe. Ind., 9-14, 

faSr m The, Guiernator'B. Atlantic Cll*, N. J., 

Rauf i Kant, Bijou, -Dulutli. MlUD.. 9-14. 
Hadfunl A Vilentlue, Cape Town, 3. A., 16-Sept. 

Hciiu Willie ft May," take V.achosett, Gardner, 

Mas*.. -41-14; Wasibofft, 10-21. 
Rtillv, Jolmnle, YqtkTjIle Casino. N\ X. C 0-14. 
■JrW ft Honraa, Giifemator'*, Atlantic City, S. 

J.," 0-14. 
Bmkw. Deunr A Dotty, Park, Wind flap. Pa.. 

Remliistmi. Sfayme, Morrison 1 !', Itockawaf Beach, 

S. V. C. 9-14. . , 

KMianls. .Ureal, Sf wall's point, Cape May, N. 

j., nu. 

nice fc Walters, Palace. Bosun, 9-14. 
Hire * Prerwt. Victoria, S. Y. C 9-14. 
IUi«teeb Bros., Guveroa tor's, Allantlc City, N. J., 

U14. 
Hi, i.. Bernard L., Fountain Park, at. Harrington, 

Mas*.. 0-14. 
IttualiloN (4). Park. Sbrereport, La., D-14. 
Kilter ft Pouter, Valley, Byraeuae, X. Y., 9-14 ; 

JaraestnKii. 10-21. 
Rio Bros, (ft), Woodlind Park, Ashland, Pa., 

Rich. J:.ft ft Bertha. Keith's, Pblla., 9U; G. 

(I. JI...PIttalt:uv. 10-21. 
HubTifc. Mr- ft "ilrst.. Family. Butte. Hoot., 0-14. 
Eifcial . ft Conway. Ureeo Bay, ffh, 14 ; 

Culawet. .ttltb., 10-21. 
ftawS MlilsC-ts. Shelby, Ind., 9-14. 
Ro-wl'a Musical Horse, Soblwr Park, Monlretl, 

Can.. W-21. 
Rum Sisters Star, Dooora, Pa., 0-14; Stir, 

Moaesaen, 10-21. _ „_ 

Boule. Marrelous,- Wenoti* Beacb,. Bay City, 

Sikh., 0-14. L.JJ ' 

Rowiey. Kalle, Avon Park. YttttutstoWn, O., 9-14. 
ltosslre ft Durrto. Shea's, Buffalo. 9-14. 
Hosalres. Tw. Olympic. Chicago. fl-14. 
R<#* k t.cvN. Varieties, LlepilK, Ger., 9-28. 
ItuRers A f.riTiiit', Oxford Lake Park, Annlstoo, 

Ala,. l»21 
Itulitaaon, Blo"uin, Forest Park, KDtL>ia<i City, 

Ho,. 9V14. . , 

RoMtl's Band. Ltnu Part, Waablnitoo. D. C, 

9-14. 
Bul#it-Ue Mnut Trio, mrlen Park, RockfoM, 

111., 9-14. 
Roue ft Carter. Olentangy Park, Columboa, 0., 

9-14. 
Boxerx, John P., Rleclric Park. Albany, N. Y., 

0-14. 
Rowe. May C. Bellow* Falls, Vt.. 9-14. 
Honsrtl, Marrelum, People's, Excelntor 9pga., 

lie 0.14';:' .. ,, 

Ihi*s*ll A Helrl, Des Moldea, la., 9-14; Luicoln, 
' NeK. lfi-21. ■ ' /.. .... ■ ^ 

Resell. Phil ft. Carrie. Rink, Preston, Can.. 9- 

14; Htnlao'^ Pt., Toronto, 10-21; 
Ryin 4 RlcbfleW. .Morrison's, Rockawty Beicb, 

fl 1. 0.. 9-14. 
Salerno. Wfatarla Qrote. N. Y; C. 9-14. 
t-nvuv" Quartette, ltosi Park, Blnfc-bnmtoo, N. Y. ( 

9-14. " T-- 

Sain. O. K., Ale&xar D'Bte, Paris, Fr., 10-20; 

H<*« Tour, Eng., 2»-Aag. 31".- 
Anders. Dena k Sanderx, OrpLeiim, Portsiuoutb, 

0., fl-14. .'■■'- 
Rantfll, Great. Su!>url*n Park. Vlcktburg. Itlaa,, 

0'J4 : RlTereioe Park. Monroe, l.u., 10-21. 
MHR. The. CaHlno. Ontnrlo Beacb. N. Y.. 9-14; 

rt»?a Breeie Bca(*."'.V. Y.. 10-21. 
Ssln»n t Ohpsier. Farm, Toledo. 0.. 9-14. 
Sirtrile, nerl^ert, ' T-aeoon. Iahllow, Ky.. '914. 
Snntoro ft Mbrlow. Coney Island, Cincinnati, 

9-14; Colllrta 1 (Inrdenn, Coliltnbiw, 10-21. ' 
Ransom? ft Deill*. bisoon, Ludlow, Ky., 0-14. 
SiiunJers ft CatM-ron, (MiTerni tor's, Atlantic City, 

X, J.. 9-14. 
HHbel, Josepblne, 01.1 'Heldelber«. N. Y. C. 9-21. 
Saoia. Keltli'n, Clevelintl, 0-14; Temple, Detroit, 

10-21. ' . ■ . 

ScUenrtV Dogs, Ponies ft Monkeys, Winona Lake, 

Int., 9-14, 
Sebnck £ Rice, Olentangy Park. Coltimbu*, O., 

9-14. 
Scbuliert Quartet, Olentaugy park, Ooluubw, O., 

9-14. ;, ' ■ ' 

Seynonra, Tlie; J Grand. Ftndhy, O., 14. 
Keats'Co,, Godfroy'a, Grand Raplrta, Mich.. 9-14. 
Beyuour, Katbryn, RtTerehle MhiwIoq, Pblla., 

9-14. ■ 

MM ft Deajrle. Comlque. Spokane. Waxh., 9-31. 
MW. Lnlla. Victoria, S- X. C„ 9-14. 
Seaibonti Trio. Family. HunilnBtnii, lad.. 9-14. 
Seatahs (0), Chesler Park, Cincinnati. 9-14. 
KettlaiV CD. Forest Lake Park, Palmer. Han., 

914; Hooalck Valley Part. No. Adam*. 10 21. 
Sliei;nnril A Ward, OuTerntitnr'a. Atlantic City, 

N. J., 014. 
WtttUt Urow;, Vlclorli. N. Y. C, 9-14. 
si j>rt ft Staorty, ;Paxtinc Park, Uirrlsburr, Vn., 

Bbaw, Allen! Olyinple. Cbtcaxo, 9-14. 
Khanimiw (4). Pirk. Lawrence, Mass., 9-14. 
Hlmim*. Wlllard. Uuea's. . Buffalo, 9-14. 
Hmh Bro»., C.ureroitor'a, Atlantic City, N. J., 

MO.. . 
Knilrl ft KenHncr. Slwa's, Baffilo, 1-14. 
Huillli. Peter J„ Sail* Solid Park. CtilL-aeo, 9-14; 

White. City. Cftloajo. 10-21. 
Smlrli a T.rt RoKe. Park. Palnier, Man., 9-14. 
Hoan, Mile., I'aator'N, N. Y..C. 9-14. 
Hliaildlup ft Dupiice. Godrmy's, Orand Ro|)Iil«. 

Mlcb.. 9-14 ; Ukeahle Park. Dayton, O.. 10-21. 
Pimot -MtnaireH. Victoria. N. Y. C. 9-14. 
Maiteion ft Clifiney. Alliance, O.. 9-14. 
StH3t«jn ft Moileua, Proctor'a, Albany, N. Y., 

IM4. 
Bterena. Kittle. WaWemere Purk.'Rrle. Pa.. 9-14. 
StHtrnuin :&. Crawtcnl. Gavernator's, At Untie 

City. N. J.; 0-14 ; Island Park. Stinbnry, Pa., 

10 21. 
Stewart. Winifred, Merlt'en, Coon,, 9-14; Mhl- 

iHf.toro t . 10,21. . T 
Rleretiii. l-An-.-.i. Kr'tli's. Pblla.. 9-14. 
Mifln-Kretto Trio. G. O. II., Syracatt*. N. Y., 9- 

14; Park. Woonmcket. R 1.. 1B-21. 
Ktunley ft 1^ Roy, Crrxtal, Anderaon. Ind.. 9-14. 
Wtiinley ft Wllion. Keith'x, L'blla,. 9 ; 14; Keltb'a, 

VY.C. lfl-21. *™T 

Stanley ft Leonard. Temple. Detroit, 9-14: 
Btiirant ft La Varrto, Fairyland. Palernon, N. J., 

9-14. ■ ' 

Btewart, Mr. ft Mrs. Cal., BUou, Dolutb, Mt&n., 

H-14.. 
Htrlrkland ft Dukexbury, Forest Park, L'llci. N. 

T...014. 

81. John ft 1^ Fe>re. Olentaney Park. Columboa, 

0.. 9-14: Falrvlew Park. Dayton; 16-21. 
Kt. On^ Urns.. Keilb'a. Boatott, 9-14. ' 
FwiD'A Baibba nr. Tcrttpl^. Detroit. 0-14. 
tratbluls Jack. Woodlrn Park. Citndeo, N. J.. 

M4: Sprint l^ke 3ft. Trenton. S. J.. 10-21. 
ByltwtPr. Joaen. Prlngle ft Morrell, WlMarta 

Onn, n. y. c. on, 

Byivnn ft O'Kcal, Uketiew Park, Mt>b)1ctoirn, 
Conn.'. 0-14: Park, Pntnam. 10-21. 

Tumi, Billy. Crystal, l.o*an»port. Iud„ 9-14. 

Tnrlnn. Itltik. PreHInu, Can., 9-14; Beach, 01- 
«»tt, V. y.. lfl-21. 

Tarlor. Dfira.Oranit. Pern. lad.; 9-14. , 

Teal, Riympnd, Delmax Girdeoa, Oklaboma, 
DBfeV 0-lil.- ■ - ■ 

Tlnriie A IloUlsworlb. Lake M!nh*|ui Park. Pue- 
blo, t^ol.. fl-14; ■•Sofeltl. tteireet. 1MB. 

TlirrtkHd ft Wlcke. Star. Mitnclc, Iod., 9-14; 
Orpueum, Sprlugfleld, v., 16-21. 



Tburstoo. Ureat. Calcutta, India, 9-31. i 

Tlppell ft Kllment, Ulymplc Cblcaan. 014. 
lo.va, Uaalcal, Idlewild Park. Newark. U., U-14; 

ffblte City. Lima, 10-21. - 
Tdhs ft Tui-y. I.uua Pirk, tohnstown, Pi .. 9-14. 
Tompkins 1 ; Tommy. Pastor s, >'. Y. C 9-14. 
Tunhey, Pit ft Mij, Relay, Ba»a Pt., Nabant, 

Mass. 9,14. 
AajW Tnrry Trio, Pintaces', Seattle, Wiab., 

9-14. 
looM'klnH, Wra., Blrrrside Park, Safil&aw, Mlcb., 

TraTera! Belle. Atlantic Garden, N. Y. C. 9-14. 
Travers, Koland, Klecirlc Park, ttycamore. ill., 
9-14. 

Truman, Howard, Ok-ntnugj Park, Oolnmbaa, O., 

6-14. 
Troiih.-.doiirs (3), Falrvlew Park, Da/ton, 0., 9- 

14; Lakeside Park. Akroa, 10-21. 
TxiKla, Harry, Electric Park. Albany, K. Y.. 9-14. 
Tmcano Bros:,, Foot Mile Creek, Erie. Pi.. 9-14. 
Valdlnk ft Davla, White City, Worcester, Main., 

Mi 
Valdare. Ues-le, Tronic, Proctor'a, Albaoy, N. Y.. 

9-14: ^^ 

Van Oof re A Cotrelv. Uayfleld, Ky., 9-14. 
YunJamaii, Family Park, Sioux City, la., 9-14. 
Vallecltit's leopards Banou, lirind Bonlds, 

llleb., 0-14. 
Valols, Harry £., Notelty, Stocktoo, Cal., 9-14; 

Acme, Sacra uleitto, U-21. 
Vernon Trio, IronwiMl, Mlcb.. 9-11. 
Vedtnars, The, White City, BlDghanton. S. Y., 9- 

14. 

Viola t Kjigel. Atlantic Garden, N. Y. C, 9-14; 

doller'a Park, Back KlWr. Md.. IU-21. 
Vluln ft Etlffl. Rlertrlc Pirk. Baltimore, ft -M. 
Wftnl ft Currau, Music Hall, Brlnatou Bracb, 

M. Y.. 9-14. 
Ward Trio. Forest Park. Chicago. 9-14. 
Wataou .ft Morrla, Music UalT. Brighton Beacb, 

\\ Y.. 9-14. 
Waybnrn'a Bain-Dears, New York Roof, N. Y. C 

9-14. 
Warren ft Brockway. Forest Park, Ft. Wayne, 

Ind.. 9-14; Family, I .a Fayette. :o-il. 
WttHou's Farmyani, Foreat Park, Cblca&>. 0-14. 
W i-jtier Bro>t., Cryxtal, Omahi. Neb., 9-14. 
Wakefield. Wllht Holt, Proctor'a 2:W St.. S. Y. 

a. -9-i4. - 

Wallace, Truman, Faro, Toledo, 0., 9-14. 
Wallace, Flo, Dewey, Utlca. £ Y.. 9-14. 
Walsh, Frank, Out Summit Park, K.vm-vlllp. 

Ind:, fl-14. 
Welsh. Cliatt. ft Jennie, Crystal, Frankfort, Ind., 

.. 9-21. : • : '■ 

Wen t cot t. KTa. ft Co.. Saytloaw. Mich.. 9-14. 
Welch, Urn, Hk-kards, Melbourne. Ana.. 9-Auic. 4. 
Weutworth ft Vesta, N6hunhega Park, hot-ton, 

U-14. 
Wells ft Bel'alt. ftleon. Dayton 0., 9-14. 
Well*. Lew, Iturersoll Park, Des Molnea, la.. 

0-14. 
Weston. At. II. * Co., Freebody Park, Newport, 

It. L. 9-14. 
Wcntworth fc Veals, Nornmbega Park, Boslon, 

9-14. 
Wearer. IIsrrT, Guvernator's, Atlantic Clly, N. 

J., 9-14. 
Welch. Hen. Keith's, Boatoo. 9-14. 
West ft Vau SIclen,- Siroy, AtUntlc City. RVJ.„ 

0-14. 
White. FJ. B. ft Rolls, Benwlck Park, Ithaca. 

N. V., 9-14.' , ~1 „ 

Wlili-jde, Waldo. Lake Wachuaett. Oardoer, Jfsw., 

9-14^ On-vet,, 10-21. i » 1 m 

WlllH,.'Not M.', Music Hall.. Brlahtco Be»ch, S. 

Y.. 9-14. ; * „ 

WUN Bros, ft Rraltb. Rllre, DsTenport. 1- 1. 9-14. 
Wli'kofr. Baby train, ft Co., Mosbala Park, Zunee- 

Tflle, 0., 0-14; Orphlnui, Lima, 1S-21. 
Wilton Bros., Frebody Park, Newport, R. I.. 0- 

Wllaoa. Grace, 'Cliester Park." Cincinnati, fl-14; 

White City. Lima. O.'. 16-21. 
Wilson Bros.. Forest Park. Kansas City, Mo., 

9-l4;'Mn]esric, Chlcaku, 10-21. 
Wlnslnw, Muie. Wynne. Forest Park, Cblcaro, 

0-14. • ■ 

WHIN ft Lewis, Electric Park, Newirk, N. J., 

9>14. . . 
Wihatn; Little, Ramona, Grand Rapid*. Mich., 

9-14. 
WlgKlns, Bert. Pastor's. S. Y. C, 9-14. 
WlTliiril ft HuiheH, Irtora Park, Yoangalowa, O., 

9-14. 
Wirkes, M«Hle, Moss ft Hloll To«r. Eng. 
Wlxon A Karon, Sprlhgbrook Park, So. Bend., 

In.1.. 0-14. „ , M 

Williams ft Steven*. Kreamer's, Klwood, Ind., 

9*14. - ' - r - - ,' 

Wlahtmnn, Rumotia, firkb-l RopklH, Mkh.. 014. 
WfflkMM ft Putlman, MRS K. Y. C, 9-14. 
Wlllard ft llui.be-1. Idora. Younpitown, Pa., 9- 

14{ Four Mile Creek. .Erie. 10-xl. „ _ „ 
Wllfler, Marsbiitl P.. Proctor's 2.M St., N. Y. C, 

WorW 'ft Kingston. Fontilae Ferry Pork. Lonls- 
»Hle, Kj„ 9-14. . . . . „. 

Wood, Francis, Steeplechase Pier, Atlantic City, 

Wolf. A Zadetla, Idora' Park, Yoansstown. 0., 

0-10. 
Woodford ft Marlboro, Lagoon, LodM»r, Ky.. 9-10; 

Lakeside Park. Dayton. O.. 10-21. 
Wvckoff. Fred, ft Co.. BockT Pt.. PrOTldenee, B. 

I., fl-14; Talquega I'ark, Attleboro, Mass., 

10-21. 

K«lwanl 0.,., Crystal Park. Sedilla, Mo., 



WANTED, 




One that can chnone uk-iitiv for two weeks, 
roust be good sinner*; salaries uu object If you 
art rltrlit; to travel with lied. Co.; we atop m 
(►est hoteta: work cities. Dun'i ttppiy If not sober 
ainl reliable In eycry respect. Tills company 
n-evor fall- to pay salaries. 

11 *lt ILK V MB1). CO., 

400 Fr«»kll« St.. Pbll.d.lphl.. P.. 



HIE SOME OPEN III. 

All new Society Circus and fllppodromfe. FumUb 
Tent find Btats, one to four thovmaiiri. Parade 
Bturr ami Trapphiga. Also purfurmnuce wliete 
desired. For particular* addreaa 

I*. W.'HOPPHAN, Jit., 

Bridgepon, Coun. 
J. L. WRRKKR , 

Bound Beach. Conn. 



AT LIBERTY, 

fcurieaque. Farce Comedy. 

°^-F0XCRIlFT AXO 0y BREIL- 1 "-" 

Jarenlles, Old Maids, singing and Dam-lug, 
Soubrette. Kxperli-noed Chorus People. 

•J13.X. 1-T1I ST.. Plillajulplittt, IV 



BARGAIN. 

For sale for cashj. Electric Theatre, Black Top, 
seabt; Moving Picinre Machine, iia* and Klectrto 
Oittlt, 3,000fl. of Film, 230 Slides, etc. Ttic Ijch[ 
outfit on tbe road. Mult sell on account of otbe r 
bis.-. Address * - 

J. H00KSTBO and DREHEB. Rye, H. Y. 



WANTED, Al COMEDIAN 

FOR ACTS ANII SPECIALTIES. NOTHINC BUr 
THE REAL COOUS. UIVK LOWEST. KENN'tUY 
C'OgKD\ CO. , HAJiCCK'K, N. 3f. 



WANTED, CORNET, 

Ba^a and Trap Drummer, AcrobHlx, Wire and Trap 
Psople. Also Xovelly Acts. C. O, ^PAS'OLKK 
Great Western R. It. Sticw. ' C1i«*nii«;rrM»nr. Pn' 



WANTED AT ONoE, 

Leader, El. and O.; Tuba, Tromtwiio aud Cornet, 
B.uudO; Mlnalrel Perrormers all Hues. 

JOE HALL,. 30 Hale HU, t ggfejjgl 

WANTED, ADVANCE AGENT. 

Muit be well recommended nndioi>er. Addni>>i 
■E.L. PAUL, 116 W. Stb Street, Kunnas City, Mo. 



DEATHS IV THE! PROFESSION. 



N. 



1'enEfr, 

Teager A teafer. Palace, I/wiWn. Rnt.. 0-31 
Yoinif Amrrtci Quintette. Proctor'a. Albaor, 

35? on. 

Yoqwimctto Bros.. Rbea's. Buffalo. »-14. 

Youag. Tot, Star, Munvle, Ind.. 9-21. 

l'omux k Lt Dell, ,Albaiabra. 8o. Beach, N. Y., 

0>14. . 
Zaiell-Vernon Co., P'rortor's, Newark*. N. J..- 0-14. 
Zanoras, "CyolliiR. Happylaml. 3o. Beacb, N. Y., 

0-14'r DfemllOB's Casino, Rocltaiay, H WL 
Ze<Ia. Hart'j'.I.., Steeplediase Inland, Bridgeport, 

Conn., 014. - ■ „* " 

Zenois. Tl#. Empire. SI. Pinl. OH. 

Seno, Jordan aVZeno, FUlls Clrcoa, Cape Town, 

Zerellx.'Tbe, Otfems'tor's. Atlantic Clly, N. J., 

Zimmerman, Al. A Peiri. Andrea, Cbnuorsvllle, 

lad., fl-14: rrrstal. Klkhart. lfl-21. 
Ztinniermtin. Willy. Cbutes; Sau Fran.. OaL. 0-14. 
ZlKka 5c King. Cbutea. Rati Fratu CaL. 0-14. 
Zlim'a Travesty Co., Ulabua Park. Ogden. V„ 
■ 0-21. 
Zlngarl Troupe, Heuderaon's, Coney Island. N. 

Zotihoidakls, Idle Honr Park, Pittsburg. Ksn., 
■1(1-21;- •■-■ T,; ■ ■** ■ ■-" 

OTt'THB nOAD, 



WANTED, FOR 

THE BELLE OF JAPAN, 

I'ropi.i: IN - AU. UNKB (Tlio» wbo .Inic 
iirwVrmll. INIu.V (AlirHNTKll. anj.ll 
;i.. -t , ,l.,i RINCLl: Oil UOl'KI.K. 

JAPANESE NOVELTY ACT 

SKApUN 4u WKKKS. lallOCll KAU1.Y IN 

Al'ti. Htnte sal.iiv and all |i:nlli'iihil» In 
first letter.. Send ptiohii. etc.. whltb will be 
I'i'tuviK il. Addrt\«t 
0. II AMHg KI.DOX. AleiKiaiiln. I nd. , 

, WANTED QUICK, 

FOR "SI STEBBINS" CO., 

1'lono t'lnycr, to donhlo strnnr cornet or 
clarionet; t'lmrneler Woman. I'hnrni-ter Man, 
to play trombonp. TbHO with sitevlnlllea 
prefi-rrtHl, Tlienlres. Hnininer and Whiter 
sonson. Harry Hill And Jim lirwr, wire. 
DAN l>AHU:i(;il, Snjt Harlwr. I* L, July 
U 1, firveiiporl. I. I.. 121 Klvi-rlieiltl, L. J., 
i;( ri'ort JefJersnii. 1.. I..-14. '•■ 



Snuplemeritnl Llart — Hecelveil Too 

■ late for ClataKlfcatlOB. 
"Aleaylle , ' {i. K. Haekett. naarr.)— Cblcaajo, 111.. 

Benton's Cemedlans (P. R. Benton, mjtr. )— Wood- 
ward. Ukla., 0-14, Anaiillo. T«., 10-21. 

Ttnnnlmnn'a Comedian* (Claude Ibutrdnan. mer.) 
— Portlsad Milk Pa..»d4. 

Craren. Rnth (II. I* J^.™^— WabrtftMi. J». 
Bat. 17-10. Fergus Falls, Ulan., at, Sauk 
Center 21. fit. Cloud 22. . ,.. „ ,. 

Crair Stork (John Cral|. mgr. )— Boston, Uaaa., 
0, IhdeOalte. .... _ , ,_ 

Cnliipbell UrOB.' Circuu— C.lenwowl, MUm.. 9. Llde- 
envtwd. N*. Dak.. 10, Kaderllu 11. Ilarvsy 12. 
Mlnot 13, Ketimare 14, Lamdord Id. 

Huufs ailrer 1 Plate SliOr-iProtUmtfllle. Vt.. W, 
ClieFtcr i:i. Korklngliam 14. bellow* tails 10. 

Kenuedy Comedy (S. A. Kennedy, mgr.)— Han- 
cock, N. .1*.. 14. Walton 10 21. 

Malum A Sljhi*' Comedian* (J. Vf. Sljbts. mBr.) 
-^-LohttlHe. la.. 0-14.' _ 

Metroiwlltan find (Harry He*lorff. director).— 
Wheel ln». W. Va., O-H, pltHbir*. Pa., 16-21. 

Oak tlroie M (jtallabury. A Marray, nairs.)— 

Purler. *C. \i'.. Ainnsenient Co. (Cramer A Tyler. 

pgrs.)— York. XHtr/. lo-ai. 
"SI Steliblu*." Dan Darlflgb's— Sa» Harbor, N. 

Y., ll,.Oreenj«ort 12, niverbead 13, Port Jef- 

"lnr!le" Tom's Cabin." Stetson's (Grant Luce. 
airr.)— Freettott. N. Y.. 11. Borkrllle Center 

12 Far RtAaway IX Jamalea 14. BloomOfM. 
K. J.. 10. Mlllborn 17, Summit IS, Bernard*- 

Vw .Dyke * Eaton (K. Mick. «ngr.).— Keoknlt, 

Wallick : s' Theatre, Southern (Dublo»kT Bros 

man*.!— AulMim. Nebr.. 10-1^. Wymore 10-21. 
Waalilnni A D'Alraa's— Mlddlehoro. Mia*.. 1. 

PIVtiloTitli 12. Qiiliu-y 13. 14. Brocatoo 10, 17, 

Attleboro IS. ManaBeld 1ft. 
Tonnjt. F-dwIn. Stork— OoH Sprlnra. S. Y., ft-14. 
*m » 

Mrs. HiHOT C Dtets ILuln Pnrj> will 
Hhf Tor PnSlobd July : 1f. fo tlsll fter home 

Thk Hiiifr.no "111 Will II returned' lakt 
week tb »fcf Votk. alter- a :iueceaslul tour 
of two yeurs la Europe and South Afrlra 



J KO. A. HIMMELKIN 

— WANTS — 
(lonlt MMtKIXtl I.KAIMNH MAN. 
I'll.MCIUAN WITH SI'm'I.M.TIKS. 
UKI'WITlHlil: l'Klll'I.K- Al.l. 1.IXKH. 
KKATI'IK WBTIAI.TT Im liotl^ 
Ml'SH'AI. lllllKC'llllt ,1'lilinp. 

JHinlMf vlullu jjrcf.Trwl. 
S;;Tt>. ,11 in first. I'liulittt tu'-.ili :il'J. SiK IR''> 
u inir.illvi'. ,\,l(ir,>s... 

UHAXIi D l'KUA HiilSi:. Snmlimky . I). 

Sketch Team 

WAITED 

iMmi ittid Wife), Hist are well up In Medicine 
llnslitca*. Satb mu-f dp ahutlei aud »ide bi 
Umnynorii'D. llnveBrorHl wnrdndH imii'- luklrk- 
en. UTHKU 1'SEFUI. I'KKFOKMKKS WKITF. 
Slate salary , when you cnu join and all you do. 
If vuu play or^an, pii'use note •*. 

SATl'llK'S HKKRDV CO., 
Plillad«l|ihlai, I'm. 



■Jules Keller, tbe acroboU well known for 
his work Ha a baud balancer, wliose deotb 
was briefly mentioned lu last week's Clhtkh. 
was on bis wa; to I^indob. to Jutb bis wife 
when lie met wltb Ills death 'n Lbe ntllr«Hid 
wret-k at Sollsburr. EnelAnd,.oti July I. Kel- 
ler was about thirty-ebjbt years of agn. utn 
for years performed on Ibe vnudeTllle i*tage. 
10 hla youth bis legs were narulyred and 
doubled up beneath bin body, but be had prac- 
ticed walking and performing on his hands 
until he had atlulned marvelous Htreugth In 
tliese members. Keller walked about the 
stage on his handx. up ladders, and even 
walked tbe tight rur>e In this fnshlon. 

Joskph Mazziotta, a musti-ian. of the 
Mozzlottan. Joaeph and Li Be. well known 
In raudevUJe, was kilted by a train, at KHs- 
worth. Kan., on June ft. lie hnd been In the 
profession about fdtirtecn yean*. Altout »U 
years ago be married, ana since tbat time 
had been appearing In vaudeville with his 
wife. Their last engagement wan In St. Jo- 
seph.' Mo, Hls'wlfe and one child, and sev- 
eral' brothers and sisters survive blm. 

'Olivh Fryer, ii singer of Itlust rated wings, 
died at Marlon, ind . on July 1. 8he bad up 
itenred on the John H. AmmouH' circuit. Her 
husband, Claude M. Fryer, Wbo survives her, 
U n fitage manager. Mrs: I-'rycr had been 111 
since Jan. 1 lnat. Interment was In Athens, 
Ohio. _. *i . ." 

"May Crack, wife of the late Jamra Irfe 
Crnee, formerly a prominent nctur, died at 
the home of her mother. In Louisville, Ky., 
on June So, of n complication of dlseaMes. 
She was thirty-three years of age, and bad 
been In the profession n number of years, 
linvlng been voanerted with Hurry DtflMr 
Dramatic Co,, Dora Woodruff- Co. and oilier*. 
She hndf closed her encngement with the 
Dora Woodruff Co. at Champaign, 111., and 
was on her wuy home when she was taken 
111 at Cincinnati, t>.. and from Ilienia? slie 
was removed to her home. Her Imobnml was 
killed at Winchester, Ky., by a large theat- 
rical trunk falling on him nt the railroad 
depot. Mrs. tSrace Is survived by her father, 
mother and three brother* and sisters. Hhe 
was aUb related to the Mrlioll SlHters, promi- 
nent lu vaudeville. a ,„ 
Fihkey Binxi-m, a well known vnudevillo 
roanoger, dhsl In Seattle, Wnsli., June I'll, 
from a eompllcatioa of diseases; lie had Ifeen 
falling for the punt two year*. Interment 
was under the auspices of the K. O. K., July 
1. at tlie Jewbth Cemetery < Hills of litcr- 
i.ltvi , Seattle. He wan n charier member of 
the !■'. O. K No- ^ of Spokane. 

MRS. IlKMllETTA IIKHKKXM, Wir« Of Slg- 

frlexl Itehreas. manOKer of the I'Ulladelphla 
season of ibe Metropolitan Opera Co.. died 
at her residence, 715 I/>cust Street. Philadel- 
phia, on July (I. Mrs. Hclirens was promluetit 
In musical rlrrles, and in her youth was a 
well knowu soprano singer* on the concert 

MAX IlABBlSfiTox. wife of Dan J. Harring- 
ton, the ventriloquist, died June *i7, at her 
home in Hrooklyn, N. V-, from chllfll>Irth, 
aged twenty yeurs. She had recently as- 
sisted Mr. Harrington In his Tcnlrllonulal 
ad. Puneral services were held on June .'10, 
nt St. Catherine's Itonran t'athollc Cbunh, 
Ilrooklvn, nnd interment wns In St. John's 
Cemeierv. Her husband, a son. BKCd eleven 
moutbH.'atJd her mother mrvlve her. 

SK1V YORK nil'PODRDMC SliCl ltd) 
BY TUB SIU-UI3HTH. 

Teat Yearn' Lease In Slcned. 

I.ee nnd J. J- Sliubert ine well known 
mauagers. and >l. <\ Anderson, owner and 
manncer of theatres In Cincinnati, hnve 
slgneii a ten years' lease of the New \ork 
HlpjkJdrome. and take Immediate possession 
of toe blllldlng. - 

l'n>uaratlon» for Hip next wason of the 
bouse are now under way. hut. no definite 
planH have as yet been made by flic new 
manitteroent. I-ee Hhubert statetl In an Inter- 
view that he would give out a statement 
within « few daya, '.. ;.-._-... 

M. • C Anderartii thoroughly unflerstonds 
the circus business, and that side of the per- 
formance will receive n great deal of atten- 
tion, Knropean novelties will be ronatotjtly 
introduced. Kdwanl Temple will retain hfs 
old lKMltlon as Mage mnnager. 

The house will be reopened on Labor Imy. 
4- 



PASTORS 

14th ST. & Sd AVE,, 
CONTINUOUS 

COLLINS & HART. THE 2 PUCKS, 

JOE UORRIS, 

JF.ANNI. AHIiH.I.K t l-IUIS, BKRT UJQnlti 
I'HUAS .V HAMIUH-i, I Allr'Du * UI.AKE. J. A. 
1IKIM HI. I. I.IIUISK C-AHI'UKI.I.. TIIK. 1IKA 
I.EVH, WILLIAMS & I". l.l.M'AS, MI.l.K. HdfS. 
A 00., TOMMV TOMI'KINH. KKEI1 IIURK'S 
I I.LDgTEATOH, »ud TUB VITAllRAI'H. 



WANTED, 

Advance Agent 



Address 



KUBE-HRBAlf 00., 

\ hull II .i t>ii, M*lne. 



WANTED, AUC. 9, 

GOOD SOI WD DANCE Mil 

Cup-ible of playluK K»sid eomedy blla lu 
Irish. Itlai-k Face, ele. Send a«e. hclKtil. 
Weight, ex|terleiiii>. reb-reiice and lowest sure 
salary, Wf pnylnc expenses. 

KIIAXK S. I»AV1I>SI)\, 

WANTED. 

SIHTF.U TKAM. HlliKNT Airr», .MUSK'AL. 
TKAU. NOrMl.Tr, Tt> KKATUHK. ■ 

All niii-r do two turns. I.uiijr seas<>u, money 
stirr. Mtuti! all I'lul lowest Ilrst letter. No 
tickets to imvmie. Musi Join ou wire. '2'.i 
for bi>vxe and cbnsluft;. 1st riUI.I N lu 
dotihle band, write Open July 2f». II. 
TOPHTMm*. Ilctfawd, rhlppewa t'o.. Mlcb. 



WAITED IMEDIATELT, 

Clever CHILD 

ST1IONU SI'KCMAI.TIKS— SOMH I'AIITS. 
AdOress. Willi pliuluy anil full 'i«irll,'iilnrx. 
SI.U At.l.KX. M|,-r. IIOBAHRM I.KSI.IK 
CO., carv Ai ...I. ii.-.. of .MiihI,', Hi'ranliHi, l'i. . 
J illy la-Aug. I. 



WANTED QUICK, 

For I'ulhnne. t'hAcc & Westisr* ..Mlmdn-ls. 
Cornet. II. ft O. ; Violin, double I'll Violin; 
Hash nnd Tenor Singer; nlso DancliiK Act. 
Stste lowest. Address W.M. II. CI1ACR. 
July 20, Hue Mill. K. I'.; July 21. Mtuinford. 
N. r. ; July. 2-(. Cooperab.wu, N. V.; July 
gR ittclinolil S]ir I litis. N. V. 



WANTED. FOR 



Curui't for lliinil ami Jtmimi' Kcctmil Kill. In 
im-lii-Hlm. Atliln-si. iih iwr mull'. 

MWN v'ASliiiruv. Mannnrr. 

GR^T^OPPOBOTJriTY 

Investor Wanted. 

one-third or Half Interest in Popular (himedy 
Urania. KAVOltlTK HTAK. KUUTK BOOKl:l>. 
Klcicant print inK. Act w Treasurer or Huaajar. 
Ucarlnvosilgailuii. Address K. W. ti.YDK. 

■aaMMfeMg iirnailway, New VorkOiv. 



WANTED, FOB 

Kempt on Itl oiuo d.v Ko. 

OnpniUK Aiifc. ' In Ih-uv.r. HlnEhig mill I Mm- 
In, Ciinicilliin, Mnti fur lieu. III/.. Wimnill Tur 
Ma. Ilh. AildlTBH l-I.AICHNI'H IIATIKN. 
M«r. Kemploii KoiikmIj Kn. i i-:.ih1. in j, .Tin, 
I'lirlls Tlienlrc, IIouvit, Ciilo. 



McWa'ttem »* »mo«' »« heasllos lli« 
TbcV hare bTought bicfao emlrelr new act. WH», and report doing tplendldlj. ... _ 



WASTED, AT ONOE, 

Lady Cornet-tist, 

Fllll lllll MI'SM: Ai, AC1'. Immrdlali! ni- 
uuifcmeiit. KudiI plititm ami partli-nlum. 

r. iiiiookk. 

411 W. gjtt Wl., l:u nn'n. g ew Yor k Clly. 
AT MIICIITV , 

tVlrs.O.K.TIL.DKN 

<'IIAII.\("ri:l((l. 
228 \V. Mlwrli. Knvannah, Oeorgln. 




oiriiii Clan TuinUlt OMUMi 

U. UBIKUKKLU JR.. I'lirSS.j 
UABTIN nRCK. OBNEnAI. MANAGE*. 
Ill Application, for Tim. M jit M AddtHMi 
lo C. B. H1UT. BooklD,Maolf»r, 

lltlwtlf .Tnt.tr. Bal'dl nn. Cj lra«o. 111. 

Huber's '^Museum 

W.I N TKU. 'nr I |n lilnu. Uouilnt. Ju.y 'A 

A STBOIB CDBIO BALL ATIflACllOI. 

Aildri'i*4 J. II. AMIKUSIIN, Myr..ii^ .Iwiv'.. 



WANTED, 2 CORNETS 

AI'Hrlghron Ilaoril Roller ltlnk. -Must he good, 
Wrlir- HKNItV SA'J'KIt. llrlxliton Flcuch 
tlulk'r Kink. Coni'.v Iklimd. \. Y . 



Al 

WAXTKIt. IV-asle HurnHI's l.ndy Dirhestni, 
(jitihrlc, Q kln.._cnrp Xorth Hhm/_Q». 

FOR SALE, ONE SET ALUKINUH CHIMES 

Jin), Iloahle Heck Floor Rm-.a lu imvellnK ettHc. 
mod cundltmn: f&o. Address HltM. W, H. 
BDgggi lB lfiN .J'rth at. . Tr.rre_l_laiiU-_, Ind. . - r. 

WANTED, BASS and TUBA 

To tiU-e.my place. Ouod Job. Vic Elilcii'sON 
So. tit W. -Wth Hi., Sew York CH> 



BERTRAM MILLAR, 

« w. ant »T., new Tom. ' ' 



AWCU AIvVA 

NOVKI.T V Ml> HltlAt. A H I I ■> T K, 

"THK wnv wrni tub cunioNRiy" 



Gill Brown 

Address !*H A -M umt Blorte, Chli-aj|o. 



m UKKHAUP ST.-, LONDON, W; 

TAFF VOLTA 4 ROBERT O'MEERt 

AnlaU wuut Iiik Kuropcaii Mm'' wrllc.stHilntr oneit 
tinie_HUd terms. OaUk * , *«WntM^ 1.»im»on 

PROF. PER Rl NO 

KINO OV AM. I.ION TltAINKlll 
With Al K Wlml.r'. Nnr Mnd.1 8towm. 



Adgle and Her Lions. 

Tourluir K'tiKiand for the Huuirocr. Addreaa N. V. 
Ol.lPl'KHOIllcrt, MCriiiiiHiuruM., W. »'.. Umdou, 
KuKlttud. N. V. nUdrcss.,itlO K:i-' 4Ilh Mt„ N. Y. 



Wurld'a l*ri'iiil L -i' Kli'luht nf llnnd Artlat, 

(Alii. iu;iuii;it r. 
I'rorlors Md Hi., wt-rk df July 2; 

KeKli'f*. IIdsIou, week or July U. 
_ AddiranAI.L I'lKH'l* C[,AMS AWtXTH. 

THE SHREWSBURY'S 

_ (MARC IE and LILLIC). 
ORVILLE and FRANK 

Wuuld llkti In work fur llurli.-ii'if Show iifir 
Hi'iuua. AiiilmwiiiiliiMKH. OK VII. I. K. 

..; .AriilrMHrartf.if rl.ll'PKU. 

«TrEj, SvoHKiNU. 
RANZETTA and LYMAN 

KC'Cfi.NTRIO I.AtlHIINtl AOT. . 

Till, week, ulh jjfgj Tiie.irf, Wllniiiiirlon, lini 




Leading Man and 

Woman, 
UNION CARPENTER. 

KulivitrsnU Julv im. Aiidn-ss 
UWOtrTKA I-LfMllKlt, CaiiUili^MlKsourl.^ 

a Rare Opportunity. 

WANTKM, A WOKK IN« PA11TMKK With small 

amuiiut ol capital, rur on it Ii air Uili-rast lnadrsL 
cLhsh Huitd Blutiv. nil Ir ri|iii|i|i«d u»'I IsKjIttd, to 
to net us manauor und ■ ■■ ,-:n it, iinly tlioae 

nu Li.iiiKi.ii-lii--^ .l lilii ■--' TIIKATKlt'AI. UANA- 
tiKK.HlutlonC, Kroiiklni. N, Y. 



WA.NTKn. -ayuit 



QRONBERQ 6TERE0PTIC0N6 

fat Kouh Ulualralors, Chii/rbes, .Hcltooli. I** 
tarrra. $12,io. Hvad r«.r tut. <l[iuNBl-:K(J arKRo 1 
MFU. CO., 1 1 ■:: E. Boward Ave , Uiiou, nilsa, 



GILMOUR & U TOUR'S STOCK CO. 

Undur Canvas, Yotmjt Ircaclluif Man, (,'hsracier 

Woman. Mini Willi MovliiK Mrtiirn MmiIiIiio anil 
Films. Menth>u loweHl MiimiiKT salary. I'ay owu, 
Addross Huri' J- (lIl.MUIHt, Mitt.. 

Week July f, Mi. MaryM hi.; woukJuiv Hi, Uu- 

r = - .- 1 1-. . P». 

ifiriiEiii 

AdiI initiiii.iirhit nf llvuli Unlorrii Hlmw. buie 
all liHrlliilliir- he k| lullur. Aililit'i" 

IIAIIBV rKKUUMHI, OIILB lllt<«.' MUDWH, 
I'uri'lll.llTKK, NVw luri. 

WA(MTat:D e , 

A Good Middle Man 

Tliut I'Hii tin wiiut] JMomillliK and work In Middle. 
Not to wulj/h ovi-r 1DU |lw. AiIiItunh 

P. k PalKVIftN'r. Juiii.il... N . r L 

WANTED, FOR DE ALVA'S COLLEGE GIRLS. 

Udrllnnilnnd Orcliratru, a Tew more iMiSt Hu- 

flclatis, corner, sii.li> Tromtmnt.', Clarlunt,-!, Kreiicii 
Horn. Always room Tor »oud KlrN iltat urn ajipre- 
elntu l'i it id treatiuvni. I iiucii a Violin Player and 
Trai> Drnmniir. Hlmw onrnsai M'-aronj, ouiarlu. 
About Oct. I. A'ldrow. |»Jt, £. H. UK ALVA. 
Cart' or t 'u ni murclal lUitri, Wliinlpi-ir. Uan., (Jan. 

fo R . asjiniat," - 

New Illusion 

Latent Enron-Ail Hensailmj, tlrst a|>uunrnura In 
ii leadlnO; s, V. Theulrp, was linadllaer, Crlre 
IW). Hen iiiirtli'iilnrs rrom (In- Inventor, 

II. t.KllMANNi^'i W.Mti Ht.. NcH.Vurlt CHy. 



at i_ie3e;rt-y, 

KorWIaliir waHon. VIIH.INIMT (lA-ail.ri, llouljl. 
Alto anil iiImmi. L'|i in ijat.i library. Strictly leta- 
puralr. Hep. .Iii.w |ir«r,.rrt«l. Aitilr.- 
II. N., Ilor a), Weil Ptilul, N. V. 



A BIO KIT AT 

Henderson'*, Coney . Island, 
BUR M8 & FINN. 

TO LET. 

FURNISHED ROOMS OR HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, 

AiaiK. Hlli 8i., New York, TUG ST. ELMO. 



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THE £HEW YORK CLIPPER. 



July u* 



20 th CENTURY 

OPTISCOPE CO. 



BRANCH, 

2 W. 14th Street, 

NEW YORK. 



HSAD4VARTKBB, 

II DEARBORN STREET, 

OrllOABO. 



A MONEY GETTER 

- The most talked of play twfore tile pabllc. 

OIRLS 



FILMS 
FOR RENT. 

I JITCCT IMPR0VED HIGH-GRADE MOVING PICTURE MACHINES OUR 
LHlLOl SPECIALTY. 

It Will Pay You to Send for Particulars Before Ordering 
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Sundays and all Holidays. 

and 



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ot PiUflborgh. The flnrat lincof printlnpever put 
on i he market, l>r Miner Lllbo. Co. Attdre-a 
15. J. BClfoOLURArT. Port Haroo, Mich 



B. F. KEITH'S 

THEATRES AMD VAUDEVILLE B09KIN8 CIRCUIT. 



WANTED, 



To communicate with Mgr. of Beverly Opeia 
Hoo.se. KiralclnsB orchestra. Liberal terms and 
fall -tiQUtfM to good attnicMons. Address 

MOR.' OPERA HODSE. Beverly, Ohio. 



SPECIAL PRINTING 



"SHERIDAN KEENE" 

iDETKCIIYKi. 
We have an excellent line of block work for the 
above play, constating of 2) Sbeet Stand, 3 Sheet, 
two kinds k Sbeets, U Sheet Cards and Booklets. 
Will aead samples on receipt of 4c. per sheet. 

JOSEPH HACK PRINTING HOUSE, 

' ' ■ Detroit, With. 



XEVEIt CLOSKD. 



188 EAST 14th STREET, 

IMB\«V YORK. 



Teleplwue, 3H12 Gramerry . 



AI.WAVl OPKV 




Casey's Theatrical Trunks. 



aa& sa so ci 



XX 



7.911 



16.00 n.oo vt.ao 

30 n <0 

8jc» u oo o.T» iii.90 11. as 11». 00 

SO 33 34 SO • M 40 

Waal flail 5 1 B0 6 - 00 **-*° T '"° 7,5 ° Bi0D 8RO 
UUWI LldU 39 80 31 SJ 88 88 40 

Shipped CO. I>. ou receipt of fa. Write for Catalogue. 

1SUS Broadway, nor. 44th St., Opposite Hotel Alitor, the most 

convenient Theatrical Trunk Corner la America. 

Aim MlBtxtU Ait-cue. near 27lh St., N. ¥. City. 

M. B. CASEY, ESTABLISHED 49 YEARS. 



ACTORS WASITKIi, Kor Noble Hrua.' Three Uepcrtory Organlatlunfl. For the S£5a 
Tlimtn* Co. and- Noble • Stock Co. we want people In. all lines, vernatlle Leading Women. 
who do K|MwlHltle«;' Character Women and mnapetent woman for Juvenile and Heavies : 
Tw<» AVntatlli' CuromJInna, who sing and dance; competent actor to handle stage, and 
Komi I'ropertv Mmi. who can art. Can also place capable adum who understand advance 
work. Si'iiKfiri opens early In AiiKUHt and will continue 40 weeks, management paying 
bounl. For Noble Dramatic Co. we want competent actors who can play In band, and mu- 
ah'lauK in all lines. Sobriety Is essential. A Ions engagement *t a sure, -moderate salary 
4o I ho right people. Deal™, especially to hear tfitm married couples. Brad detailed tnformar 
llon us es perlc me, II no of work, age. height, weight, etc Address (by mall only) 
I . . NOULK BIWS..lJnT W. Monroe 8t„ Chicago, Ilj.' ' 

I ■■ !■ s^ssssssps»^«J-f«»ggg-i ■— -gf—g^-rEg— -«ESMi 



Union Carpenter, 

PROP MAH WITH PICT. MACHINE 

orES Alio. a 

■ AUBREY STOCK CO . 

Room 5», Knickerbocker Theatre Blag., N. Y. 
SsM. 0, MILUB, Mar. 



(KOH COMING 8EAHOV;., 

Bob and Ona Demorest, 

COMEDIAN ud SOUBRETTE, 

With Doubli; and Single Singing aod Dancing 
Specialties.* Headline Musical Act. Both lone 
experience.' Al wardrobe. Responsible Mgr>. 
only. Permanent address, 

BOBEflT DKM0RE8T, Starke, Fta. 



Eeltb'i Theatre.. .Boeton, Mass, 

Keith's Bijou Theatre Boston. Mass, 

Keith's Theatre..... Providence. R. 1, 

Keith's Theatre' Powtncket. B. I. 

Keith's Mew Theatre Philadelphia, Fa. 

Keith's Prospect Theatre Cleveland, O. 

Koith'a Theatre Columbus, O. 

Keith's New Theatre Portland, Me. 

Keith's New Theatre Manchester. N. H. 

Keith's New Theatre Lowell Moss. 

Keith's Iloral Princess Theatre. I/indoD, Ling. 
Keith A Proctor's Union So. Theatres. Y. Cltj 
Keith A Proctor's 23d 8t Theatre. .N.Y. Cltj 
Keith A Proctor's 5th Ave. Theatre. .N.Y. Cltj 
Keith A Proctor's 58th St. Theatre. .N.Y. Cltj 
Keith A Proctor's 125th St. Theatre.N. Y. Cltj 
M.J. 



BIJoo Theatre .Alloona, p,. 

Kenan's Maryland Theatre. .Baltimore Md' 

Shea's Themtre. Bolalo, N » 

Shej's Theatre... Toronto, Can 

Cook Opera House Rochester N v 

Temple Theatre. Detroit w't.h 

8. z. Polls Theatre.. Worcester M.„ 

8. z. Poll's Theatre Sprlnsfleld fi,£ 

S. Z. Poll's Theatre HaKroM. & 

S.-Z, Poll's Theatre...... New Baien', CoSn! 

8. l! Polla Theatre. Bridgeport ooin 

8.Z. Poll's Thestw.. '..... WateK; ConS: 

8. Z. Polls Theatre. WIUes-Barre rt 

8 Z, Poll's Theatre. Scranton K 

Colonial Theatre. lairrenee; Uast 

Empire Theatre. .Ptteraon, .v j' 

Empire Theatre. Boboken, »" j' 

VaJfntine Theatre ;. .....Toledo' o 

Trent Theatre Trenton, m' j 

The Grand Wheellni, w Va 

Henderson's Mnsle Bsll Conej Iilaad 



Keith A Proctor's Theatre. .Jersey Cltf, 

P. F. Proctor's Theatre Newark, N. J. 

P. P. Proctor's Theatre Troy, N. Y. 

F. F. Proctor's Theatre Albany, N. Y, 

Harry Davis' Grand Opera House Pittsburg.Pa 

Chase's Theatre Washington D. C. 

Grand Opera Honae Syracuse, N . Y. 

Also Booklaar for ZO Parks and Seashore Retorts. 

Performers evils ' benefit them. el ve. by kceplna this office l.rorrsed .a 

their root, and open time. - ~ 

B. F. KEITH'S BOOKING OFFICES, St. James Building, 

St. K. HODODON, Booking Manag.r, 
Reams 893 to 898 St. James Bnlldtng, ICEW YORK CITY. 



WANTED, FOR THE 

OSCAR F. COOK ATTRACTIONS. 



MioJIC STOCK COS., 



Tne very best people In Reper- 
toire; Mnglclans, tor Band and 
Orchestra; high-clapd Vaudeville 
Apto. State all and send photo. 
A few weeks in Jan. and Feb. open. 



The beauUfnl Rani Comedy, | The big scenic production 
A COK VlCrg 
SWEETHEART. 

Al Leading People. Comedian I Jg^?& T %gRSglS$: n 
and Bonbrette. with specialty; f^^^, t ™'^' t ?^ c '«' t «3; 
Cliaiacter Han. and Vonunl I r!?S™5f* r w*«'..? B S.< : ta»C: 
Javentle Man and .Ingenue. 



HOOSIER STATE H 



These two attnctiona pisylnir the beet one nurht standi. 
' Managers In Middle West send open time. 



WASTED. AT OlICE, tor balance of Summer and Winter, People 1 In All Lines. Those doing 
fpecJalties. or doubling brass, given preference. Hnilcians for Itanqand Orcliesira. Address 

iJSCiR F. COOK, Pmrlllon Theatrt?, Klkhart, lad. 







REPIHialc, MO., Fon., lUo. On main line 
of Frisco, between Spriunfleld and JobIItj. Good 
hoiiflft and hlnpay roll. RAINBS A THURMAN, 
Httr*. Open Bou-e, wants irood attractions for 
comlnfi season. Good biiBiness for sood shows. 
Only four attractions booked. Want a frond 
company for opening of season. Add. RAINES 
ATlfmtVAK. VfgTs.. Rpnnli'lr. *H—nnrt. 



4 PICRERTS 



(d 



CQU. 



II8UAT1 KKl'IOKTiiUti; PKOIM.K. l'Jtdy and- Gi*ni, that can carry Icad-t and heurles. ^loae 
doubling brass preferred. Our ll/Ui Southcru tour rhTougli Mortdu. BMMMI opens eifflgr'lQ 
W1LU8 ItCKHBT, tvlgr.. ™ ? . 

cu-wiiiod St. and wurluian Ave. Brooklyn. N. Y. 



Vpt MBbrr. Af.ldri'fis 



The FERRARIS, 

Terpsichore an Artists. >.- 

JVST BGTUKNEO PUOU 'J'HFlin FIVE XSAtftT C0NT1NHNTAL TOUn. 

All couraiuulcatjons address 111113 SEVENTH AVENUE, NEW YORK. 



On Royalty for Road, Stock or 

THE GRFIAT COMEDY UKAHA, BY LANGDON MCCORMICK, 

"HEARTS A.I3M1 3 " 

PlaycdiheStnlrHaviin Otrouit two years. Holds the record In many house*. Banner business In 
wtuelT. San Frum-Heo, Hrookhn, PtilladelplitK. (1KBAT LINE- OF TRUSTING. l'J uurtaln calls at Star 
Theatre, Sew York. Can bo played with or without ncenery. . Have complete production. For fur- 
ther particulars and terms call or address OARLAND (.ADEN, U'.l Broadway, i^r. AM St., New York, 
Jtooma ;i-4. "Wife In Name Only,'* wlilcU made a fortune for.lia owner, oattalao i>e secured on royally. 



WANTED AT ONCE, 

BARITONE to double Fid., Flute and' Piccolo; 
JUVENILE WOMAN that 'does Specially. Sam 
Steendahl, return thstUcket . 

TOM WIEDEMANN, 
Emporia, Kama, July 14; Strong City IS. 



' " WAS TED tU.CK, 

All 'Round Stock People, 

All klnda: s, 4 D. Sonbrette, PlanlBt, Specialty 
People who can play parts; for Summer and 
Wtoter. Join on wire: no tickets. Summer sal- 
aries anil you get it. Don't misrepresent, 

MANAGER DESMOND STOCK, 
Hotel Royal, Steube nville Ohio. Stanton P*rk. 



WANTED, FOR THE GUTTER STOCK CO,, 

A First Class Repertoire Leading Woman, S,and 
D.:Soubrette, Stage Director who Is wilting to do 
general business aud manage stage. Will have an 
opening for a 8. and V. Rep. Comedian Aug. 13. 
All' must sead photos, programs and tell ail first 
letter. State lowest Snnimer and winter salaries. 
Pay own. WALLACE R. CUTTTER, Psrkeraburp, 
WJVa., until July it; then Newark, Ohio, for 
two weeks. 



Leaping Whirlwind Acrobats. 

Just closed six weeks' engagement with the "Feast and Furies" for the Cincinnati Amusement Co. 

AT LIBERTY JULY 16 TO AUG. 25. 

Also alter Oct. ». Address CARE HOTEL MARTV. 47 W. 2,111 M., Hew York. Tel. ISM Mad. Sq. 



FOR 

Wallack's Theatre Co. 

Al Comedian, that 'does apeclaltles: al=u Gen. "Bus.' Man, that doea specialties; Han,.,wltn 
uuvlDg picture machine and Mima; Al Vaudeville Feature. 

" Address, DUBIXSKY" BROS., Wymore, Neb., July 16 and week. 



I 

■ Those doubling In Brass preferred. Send age, height, weight, and state all in flrat letter, par- 

■ tioularly what salary you expect. Regular season opens In August In Indiana, Can places 
■ UEcful ysct'-h Team at once, with Picture Outfit; Mnslelaus, Band and Orchestra. Address J. N. 

■i RENTFROW, Lake Charien, La., until July a; Monroe, La.. Jnly W, two weeks; then Dalian, Tex. 
K^^pon^confoniid this with any other attractlOB bearing the name of RENTFROW. 



WANT USEFUL 
For my Big Stock Co., THE JOLLY PATHFINDERS, 
Band and Orchestra. Must do Specialties. 



MANNY MANTON 



WIRE ADDRESS TO 



Casta OF l.lirrll'S tiKKATF.lt SHOWS), 1.0VVKI.I.VII.LK. OHIO. 



WANTI 

MAXAM 



:d quick, 

(Q* SIGHTS' ' 



Under canvas, for balance of Summer and regular seasou, VIOLIN In orchestra to douhle Comet or 
Alin in Band, also ACTORS that do Specialties or double Brasn. Wc play woek stands,llvu in tenta, and 
travol by rati. All genticumn with show must put up and takedown their iivtog teu', and a^aint with 
Hiacc and acenurr. Booze tigltters and thoeo afraid of doing too much work save stamps. Ilckers If 
wc know vim. i live full parMCRUm) as to ate. exrorlence, and lowest Milan tn tint letter. Only such 
leitern will recelvo answew. J. W, SlOHTst. Lohrvllle, Iowa, July 9-14. - 



ACT0B8 AND IDSlOIAlfS WANTED, FOB "ALONG THE KENNEBEC." 

0|H'ii.j .titiv 88: Heavy iVoiuan, Comrdy Old Man, .Tuvenllound Heavy. 1'refer thi»ie who 
itlui: or plav Im'iiss: On-hiwtra Leiuler 1u ilimtiir baritone, trombone or clarionet: Plunu 
I'bi.viT, u, double auythlng but altn: utvo Strong t'ornet, Ttoinbnue. Tubu and t'liirlcnet 
i']:t\ci>. to double luuid and orchesUn. AddrcRs C. U. llL,Nn. 1;ITU Uroidway. New York- 



' AN OKIOINAL. NOVELTY Iff ONE. YES! FRANK BURT WKO-TE. IT. ( 

"THE HEBREW CONDUCTOR 7 ' 

Presented by LE M AIBE and LE MAIBE. 



, W r ost:^i*Jtm iDratxicitio Ageneys 

MHMWf waiting reliable, people In all branches of.tlia thcairleat profession. mite. Ofltce open from 
io to lo. Desk room for managors. 127 La Salle St., near Madison, Chicago. III. (Experienced Ohoros 
cirif furnished.) A. R. O'DAY, Booklmr Agent. NoncK.-PlanoanrfArttit on hand, to rehearse, 
biusew aud liancem, Sister TeamisSfcelobArilita, ChoruB fliris.eto. - < - 



OLIY MOTHERS' MSTRELS 

WANT 

Leader of Orchestra and Band, Clarlonette, Flute, 
Vlollucelto. All double band. Ne.\t servion. Good 
Spevlaltles, write. 0. R, GUY, Prop, and Manage 
'.39 Liberty St., Springfield, Hasr 



LeadiUR Mat, Woman for Characters and General 
Bus.'j FlaniBt to double stage (one or two parte), 
Character Han with special tits. Others write. 
State lowest drst letter. Must Join receipt of 
wire. No tickets to Birangers. We pay expenses. 
Will buy small Piano. El Barrett and Jack 
Soloes. write. Address 

WEIXS STOCK CO., 

PEEBLES OHIO. 



AT LIBERTY, 

GORNETTIST. 

TnesTC, Danes, and Concert Work. Good sight 
reader, roung, sober, and reliable. South or STVf. 
Care N.Y. C. Season Blurt injt Sept, GEO. BEV, 
193P W. Hilton St., Philadelphia. Pa. 



WANTED, FOR 

DEUMD'S AMERICAN MINSTRELS 

Black Pace Stnglsg and Dancing Comedian. 
Address JAMB* 1)B L*ND, Rlngtown, Schuylkilt 
Co., Ph., July i»: Nitnttdla, Columbia Co., Pa., July 
14. P. S.— JlnitDie Hor ii3. please write. 



WANTED. FOR 

HANS HANSON CO., 

Clarionet, double stage. Also Clarionet, douhle 
viola: Hartfoiie, double stage or violin, String 
ItaaH and Tuba. JAS. T. HcALPIN, 

Clurcndon Hotel, tnark and Onfario. Chicago, Hi. 



="WflNDERFHL SIX. 



YOUNG MAN WANTED 

With $10t> to travel and team show business. 
BXPCtpes paid. MAKAQKR W. CO., minion. la. 



The Best In Repertoire, MITCHELL'S £'& FLAYEBS 

E. W. COOK, lessee. Fully proiected by law. Wants a Drat class Stage lMreutor, must thoronghir 
understand his batslneBS and attend to it. Open for either good Character or Heavy If an. Poeltivelv 
only Experienced aod Reliable People Engaged. Want to hesr from the best people' In Repertoire, 
every line. . Some mall and photo i went astray at paterson, so please write again. Address either 

El>. W. COOK, Lessee, tare Hotel Sturtevant, M7-1SI West asthat.. New York-City. 

B.FRANK MITCH ELL. General Mann»er, General Delivery, BuiTalo, N.Y. 
S. U.— Bute lowest salary, age , height jiud weight In drst letter in order to ; recelve prompt attention. 

CRESCENT COMEDY CO. 

WAITS, FOB BALAHCE OF SDBIEB SIB KESI SEASON 

Al LEADING WOMAS, SINGING and DANCING COHED1AN, WOH»N FOR BBsVIES AND fit 
CHARACTERS. GENEKAb BCSINESS PEOPLE; ALSO GOOD SPECIALTY TEAM THAT OAJt PLY 
EART8. Mast have atrlctlT first claas wardrobe, both modem and 'ousrucut. Ini:ompewnts ilotel Tr*th 
out nollce. Address B. A. BERGMAN, Julj «, and week, Greens rant. Ind.; July IB, Mltctie I. lilt 



STILL A' IlIUGIV 



\A/IGOirM 



S...O P>. 



PASTOR'S THIS WEEK. 

a^s» PER 

DAY 



■ . — sfcwapj i..\ , 

Few omd wees* boror. openlnj: with P. a Clark's Runawsj Girls (2d Season). 

l.i- L. 17 St. p. s — VnnderamUli, 1 will seep the flat 



BIO EASTERN WHEEL ATTRACTIOIT, 

THE BACHELOR CLUB BURLESQDERS. 

Dire, lien HASTINGS i ARNOLD. 

Wanted, 25 Chorus Girls. 

A«Mrw»s HAHRV ii AsTivr.s, «H Third Anna., M.w Tsrk. 



WTAlxTi£iy, for 

BENNETT-MOULTON CO., 

PEOPLE ISf ALL LIMES, INCLUDING 



essential. 



SP e .'-L l S 1 f/ (0a ' t » '» p <*' ">«*• BtytMnairiVi-irlii Jul, so. sibrlstj; aTiuriT'asd'wararobe vsrf 
■EED.Munnger.35i J AMES ST., SPITE 11, Syr«co>e.l K .X 



IrV-AWTJEDl, FOR 

STETSON'S BIG UNCLE TOMS CABIN COS. NQS. 1 AND 3 



No. 1 Co. will play ibe Eastern States. No. a 

P.3.^.re..o P po na nlt^seeO^,?o?K a g r." t B ^7;..f>^^ 



III S II and ELLIOTT. 

lOKSDV ACROBATS. 



Good R.portolrW P»opl« Wanted 

CO«SlA™Md°smj i BR l F^ D F ™%^ V ^S HAI,ACTB » WOMAN^TTB CHILD; most be el.ver. 
dtek." AddSsa ^ Miter sschil people, write. SUte everrrhlni oSt'lettsr. Noumea 

BOX let, H.yerstr.w, a. «• 



JULY 14. 



THE NEW YORK OLIiPPER. 



565 



WALTZ ME AROUND 
AGAIN, WILLIE 

tf.ro An the Etc Waltz Bode that BLANCH K RIM; Introduced with such Great Smws ni tlw New Yurk Theatre. WILL P. OOHB, 
wbo wrote the word a, wrote "DOLLY GRAY," and BUS SHIELDS, who wrote the my*U% wrote 'f.UOD OLD SUMJIIiR TIMB." 




35 MILL 
IS TURNING 

The Best Ballad ever Written, It has the Greatest Set of Slides ever made. 





A FEW OF THE LEADING FEATURES WITH THE 

4.PAW & SELLS BROS/ UNITED SHOW 



THE 3 OORELUS, 

OOBEDY FEATOBES. 



m, 



A TRIO OP 
ACROBATIC LAUGH MHISENBItg. 



John-LASCASTERand nAVWARD-Mand 

Comedy Creator. High School Equestrienne. 

iNVABDEVILLK HOT WINTKR. 

A«k louib risers, with MOiiiua. 



Th« L.UU. Fellow Ob the lllf h Ladder. 

Joseph La Flour, 

Hovelty. Whirlwind, Acmlmtlo Sonmtlon. 



5 DUNEDIN TROUPE 5 

World's ranons Artistic 'Cyclists. 



BILLY JAMESON 

CLOWN, 
WHO AI.WAY" PI.K.1HKS, 



*«■ THE JEUNET3 marie 



BILL HARDDSC, 

TIB NflSLIIB BUI. 



WATS Um OTA'S 

FAiODS 1APASESE TROUPE. 



THE FLYING LA VANS 

THE IVimMI'K IHWT MAItVKL.01 '» 
AKRIAI, UYJINASTS. 



The 3 De Boliens 

I'llEH II ,V< UIUIATS, Al l.lb.ctjrDw. I. 

NF.W UOMKIIY ACT. KINIHII IN ONK. 



GEORGE and PAULINE KIDD 

Eccentric Comedy Sketch and Dram Solrt, 



THE GORNELLA FAMILY 

America's ranons Acrobats. 



WM, TESSIER, 

HEAD BALAKCIKCL 
TBAPK2K AND YV1RB. 



VO\K<il\X FAMILY 

AUHTHALUN 

Oraroful, Arlltitli', Arrohntle Kkaterrt. 
RICIIAItlWON IlllM.Kil HKATKH fKI'.l'i 



DOLLAR TROUPE, 

EUROPE'S BBEATEST AOE01AT8. 



BARTO and RALDON 

The flreiUat of All loyally Egglllirlltt. 

FRANK T. ST7 JOHN, 



4 — a — « 

.TOUT WITH IT. 



The-Marca-Song of the Season, hy the Writer of "HOOD BYE, URU G1KU OOOD BYMi," and "UOOD BYi;, SWEET MARIE." 

DOWN BESIDE THE 
MEADOW 







, ,A Great. RiiBtlu Ballad, by BOSfl and HNYIJIOH, Writers of "I WOXDKIt W VolJ MISH ME." Slides In rn-imratton. 



HE WALKED RIGHT IN SSS. 
WALKED RIGHT ODT AGAIN 



The Title Speaks for Itself — II It a Knotty Song. 



OLD HEIDELBERG 

;" . KERRY MILLS' Great Mulch, Beady for Hand aud Orchestra. A Urcut Number for Dumb Aits, Mutual Ada, Elf. 



I'd Rather Be Outside A-Lookin' In 
Than On the Inside A-Lookin' Out 



A KllltllDg Hood Coon Soub. by FRED IIAMII.L ami TED MNYDKII. 



NETTIE CARROLL, 

QUEEN OF THE WIRE. 



FRED ECENER, 

THE MAN THAT 8INC8. 



PEARL FOREPAUGH, 

FRED WELCO ME 

FRED ZOBEDIE, 

Tho Incoinrmrfttiln IUnd llnlAtieor, With Ull 
HLIDR FOU LIFE. 

OSCAR LOWANDE, 

World*! t Iininpion Hoinet-»s>isIl IlHnr, 
MOK. WWAXOm FAMILY TALLY 110 ACT. 

II. iMKOWSKO i 

Russian Singers aid Danceri. , 



The Juggling Johns, 

FAMOUS CLUB JUGGLERS and HOOF ROLLERS. 
FOR 8EAHON ..... imxt-7. 

We would like Id lioar from Yaudovtllo or lhirle*i|iio Mbt. Address aire of NKYV YURK OLtPP&R. 



REPERTOIRE AND VAUDEVILLE COMBINATIONS 
For ELECTRIC PARE THEATRE, 

AfTKR JULY w. Wlro ror time. Chii uhp Man .or lllmtirnti'ii Huitjrii, Hint a f«w Firm Vaudeville 
AcU«odFree AttiflOUouH. Addrei* IIAUIIV C. JKHIHUKAI), Famuim, Kitti. , 



Earl Burgess Attractions. 

FIUST OL-AS3 REPERTOIRE PttOPUE, 
Including; Comedian and Sonbrolle with specialties, Uuslcal lllreclnr (piano), Bpeiltilty Hall for 1111*. 
Can use Two Mtrlclly Klrst Claa- Vaudeville Acta lo feature. MIJBT UK (iurm, caunnt use an nrtttliary 
"lllllh" Act. KARL MIKIi Erin. Room mil KuloserhockorThoatre llullillnit, Now York, N. V. 

BKHKAKBALH JULY a. 

Wanted, MUSICIANS 



Tl> JOIN IMUKIIIAItl.Y, 

TROUPE OF TUMBLERS, CHANDELIER MAN, 
and TRAIN MASTER. . 

Heycradalc, Pa., July i:i; OouDellsville, 14; Unlonlowh, III. JOrlKH' fiNOIIMOUH RAILROAD BlWvrS. 



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WANTED, FOR BURTON'S COMEDIANS (PAVILION THEATRE) 

A CCfickcrJMt'k Acfiit of Iuiik ux|H*r|p|HC ; IVo.ili' In nil I In cm. J'ri'flH'lIre given In thus* 
dulof[ H|tf'i'iHiilpD or diriitjIlDit itrntM ; MiimIcIhiim for II. and <>, 

FOR "A COWBOY'S CIRL" CO., 

.flYvrnlk landing Muu mid Woimui, lipiitt-ol Heavy Mini, I'linrnctt'r (!«■ i vy Mm], HouliriMle. 
All |H»[)iilu iiiiihI Ih- or lint* ]n'i'-ui, .:[ tipiH'iiraiK.'i' and wvll iIii'^itj nn ntlll ulT. A nutcniH, 
litiozf tUh (*•!■■* and trouble mukiTH i-lonpfl wltliont tiollce, l.onjt hchhiiii. I'hv yuill' uWU 
liutfl. l'i;it('K It. Iii;\ri.«N. Womtwrmt, Oklu.. July ti-14; Aiuarlllo. IVr., iti u, 'J I. 



WANTED. P-OR 



THE IRISH AMERICAN 

GEORGIi It COHAMS Wonderful Chttrnctcrlsllc Muich. A Great Number, I'luycd liy nil llie Uand« aud OletieslraB. 



Prof. Copies of any of tho above aad.Oroh., In any key, to Suit Vonr Voico, FREE OP CHARGE. Bend 
stamps for' postage, but we wouid rather have you call. 



F.A. MILLS 

48 W. 29th Street, N. Y. 



Garrette-Woltz Stock Co., 

•rJ ■ BAMNI'K 01' HUHMKK, RKUUI.AK HKAHON, 

* ' Jl'YKMI.K MAN Ihat tan do >.,n« I.ruil., 

leading Wuman, Heavy Man lltat can play Home Character*. Al M. and II. ooulirctt*. rroferailca 

given tlioae who doulilo Braaa. Iluo/.on. Masher,, and Amsleura muvo aramps. Neml plinlo, which 

will he returned, ftlalo all Irst loiter. ROIIT. II. fiAKHKTTK, Rox ki wiim Hprloga, na. 



TOM 

FINNIGAN'S FRIEND. 

Unnig ii tiM. r.sy Idr tor Krnok Melville, irvntltiK lots of talk, n fcsttiro In tlirot plm!«s: mi llie bMllil||, 
on tlii! BU8C, and. lam, of ull, on thuMslary IIhi, ■• liy ttoWy, that (llllon lloy always did huvu ttiu IiuhL 
for the lam/' AT LIBKRTY. for any kind of a show, ■ oikiii Of JM KIM AN, witli riiwclult;. 

July It, «AKW(M>1> PAJIK, l'K«.ltnr K , I'*. 



Salisbury-Murray Stock Co., 

MAN WITH COMBINATION FttTflllKMACIIINK who ran lib pari,, KUM, Al.TIMI CI), mil RKI'KR 
TllIRE, PIANO I'l.AYKIt and Al AllKNT. I'coplo doliuaiiriiMllIn nreferrcil. Full narllriilara Ural 
Idler. Altrtre., if. HI. LA POP.TK. H »v«rly, W. Y, 

TOLSON STOCK CO. ^^rkTetf- 

Repertoire ihopIS Id all linen for liaisnce of Hiiiumer snd reirulir BtMBO, Kuatiirit Vaudeville si-t 
Firnt i'Ihiih r.i.itirn' Orrhestra. flood Advunt!': Airent • Addreux 

WILL r. 4'I>NL.(IN. M«r., Itollllir 1'nrk, HprliiKfli'liI, Mn, 



.•ONES' HAILKOAO Biiowa, Mojendalu,.i'». July 19; UoBiiclUvlilti.il, uulvuluwa lo. 



IGft OR Ki flM 1UI, COOGi DANGERS. MOIMS. 



5P1 



THE NEW YOBK OUPPEB,' 



JtJLY 14. 



... .NEW YORK CITY.. . 

j H.«(tli . A Tractor'* Uuiou S.iumre 
'iili«*t re ■(]•:. K. Roger*, resident manager). 
- -ftw usuol good audiences were. In otwnd- 
Hcife M«T!(l:iy. Man Morjls and company ap- 
peared Id "A Kneml'x Advice" niii'iv*n(L)Hy. 
the piece and tlie num^Qajr'H work having Im- 
proved atace last seen. Bedlol and Arthur 
returned after a long abvnca nbroad. nod 
gQt -tlMlr ■ iisdbI Iflrij'.' share of applause. 
Coin's dog* < attracted a great deal of reten- 
tion, apd they made a wonderfully Intorent* 
!tig cci. Htuprt - llarnvs offered hi« mono- 
logue jwngs and won lustnnt rommendiulon. 
Fit'ldn una \Voili\v bad a. lot of quaint talk 
in fhelr' turn, and offered some timely alls, 
l'nlfrey nod. iloeflor won out Immediately In 
their acrobatic -'cycle- act, and were recalled 
often. . Klein and Clifton, In "The Dummy"* 
lldlirtny," offered a novelty which pleased 
IrairifiiHi'iy. : Tne Columbia Four (flrat time 
'here.) antic dad Joked themselves Into favor 
nt ' once. Other* were : Hour In and WlNon, 
Blanche Bverett, Brown and Ue tores, and 
LM—pq Brothers, -The klnetograph uloMd 
the hill. ■■...,. 

K>l#i Jc I'mi-tor'n Twrntj -third 
Street Tft »■»*'.— Ma nihall 1*. Wilder told 
his atorlea on July 1» with .great effect, and 
hchftd acine-good onen to relate. I>ean Kd-i 
nail and Arthur Forties. In MU« F.dsall'K en- 
tertaining comedy, "Tln» Two Kublen," wade 
a Bp'endfd ImpreRnlon, ploying the akatru In 
moat praiseworthy nmnnpr. 'I he Kmtr Foi-dn, 
In their lilin clajw dancing,, were frequently 
npiiiaiuled dorian; Hi" program of the act. 
n nil i heir flno IikIhIi brought them aeveral 
Iiowh, jnme* A. Klernnn and company np- 
pt*ared En James JJoran'K act, "The Taming 
of> the; Beaut,'' and the Hinging numbers) 1 ri - 
irodtired were encored heartily. Mr.- Kfer- 
niin wnii aided by Tha*. - Ktenian, Jeannette 
1'nlerstm'and Jo**phlne Rlrchey. WIlIaHolt 
Wakefield, ib soil's readings, inn do a distinct 
lilt. Her act wn* pnrllciiliirl,v well liked be- 
en use of lt» refinement and Its novelty for 
vaudeville audiences. Her tendering of "Ilea 
Ml I'al." which wbr lier Ileal number, 'wan 
very clever, and brought hpr several recall*. 
Marew'tt, Nevarro and .\Jareemi. In norne par- 
T leu larly i good <*omedy eoulllbrlntli: wort, 
were eminently successful, and Ooo. W. 
Cooper aad Win. Kqblnaon, colored comedians. 
made things hum. Others wore: The I'elotH, 
humorous Jugglers, and Babel Johnson, n 
BOpraoo,or real merit. The motion pictures 
continue.'- "■ ■ ■ „ 

J'aeadiae Hoof Garden (Oscar Ham- 
raerateln. manager;. — HunlnenH continues pt 
top notch here, and capacity houses are frp- 
uiient An excellent Hat of net a. which have 
become. well liked by the patrons, are held 
uver from -week to waek, while uew fefl'.ireM 
are also nfldeil to give strength to the very 
entertaining performances. An Important 
feature or tbla week's bill la the American 
reappearance of Arthur I'l'lnce, the Rngllali 
/eutrlloqiiiat, who scored a solid success here 
last season. <alr. > Pfinre received a cordial 
welcome at the matinee on Monduy, ■<. nod 
wan recalled several times at the conclusion 
of (hla delightful vemriloqulal efforts. : Mr. 
I'tm're tins no MinpTKir' In ;lils line oT work. 
Also nerv on'- the bill this week Is the rvpro- 
diutiouj bv life motion pictures, of. the col- 
lision of two ste.im' rnlli'or.d engines, which 
was recently urr«nged at u nearby Summer 
resartil The. pictures Interested the Monday 
■OdMwHB Slarhnow, the Hiwalan giant, la 
ii. . nia third week; Droned, "the talking 
head," -holds' over for » second week, and 
other acta whose engagements nre prolonged 
from week to iweek are : holla Selbinl, bicy- 
clist • Illce and I'revoat. In "Bumpiy IlunipH ;*' 
t lie > Mix. Mualral ,t'uttys. oxnejrt BWSlclsnai 
Collins ' and Ilnrt, ■ comedy acrobats ; tbe 
Sj.ook Minstrel, a novelty In songs and ple- 
tures; Tom Meara. "the laisy Juggler :" l-er- 
rei'6.i and IiIh IntelUeont canine. . and tue 
that'll llros, accoinpllnhed dancers. 

P**lOT'm Theatre (Tony Paator. raana- 
ge y>._fhlB- favorite vaudeville house In 
seemingly like "the brook," and Its genial 
manruet'-goen' ort" with it, though not for- 
ever, vet, It In to be hoped, for mauy years 
to come. Monday, July l>, Colllna and Hart, 
the two Btrong men, were greeted with ap- 
plause In their burlesque work, and had 
everyone laughing. Joe Morrla, "The He- 
brew nnd the I'lpps." Interested- his heurorn, 
bh usual, and scored « suweaa The Two I'licka, 
in their musical turn, met with their c\i«tom- 
■n -mcceas. -iJeiiBtie Ardcll and company 
weie a strong favorite on the hill, and 
pleAaed. Cogan and Bancroft offered their 
funnv roller akalhig net, nnd succeeded In 
rmuslng. -Laredo nnd Blake, in no acrobatic 
comedy net/ mad- 1 a hit. Ilert Wlggln, the 
clever, cartoonist, comedian and Juggler, wor 
eminently sntlsfrtctory in Ills turn. Others 
were: J. A, Drlneoll, In illustrated songs; 
LoiiIbp Campbell. Scotch soprano; Williams 
nuii l'ullDiun, the Healeys, Mile. »ousu nud 
llnrrv Hlomi nnd Tommy Tompkins. 1 he 
vlTdgrapb closed the bill. ■■ * 

Wlaiarla flrore (Joseph Hnrt, mana- 

Set).— "Seeing New 1'ork." with Carrie De 
lor aud her uicrry confreres, entered Us 
sixth week July 0, with bualnet)s holding ui> 
well. The vaudeville section remains Ibe 
pume as lust week. _ _• ■ ■ 

Hadlaou Stinure Hoof flarden (Henry 
IMHetis. manager).— "Mile. Champagne" slatt- 
ed Its third week July ». 

New-York Theatre (Rlnw & Erlnnger, 
mnnaaers). — "HIk- Honor, the Mnyor t " en- 
tered its seventh week July 0. 

Aerlnl Ourdeu*,(Klaw & Krliinger, mun- 
ogirs). — tieorge M. t'olinu. In "The tlover- 
uor'B Sou," commenced his sixth week July 1>. 

Lyeeam Thentre (Daniel l'lohrrmn. 
tniiunger). — "Tlie Lion and the Mouse" 
opened Its Ihlrly-foui'th week July It. 

i ailno (RnmS.& Lee Shuhert, niiinngors). 

, -Tiie Socnl -Wlilrl" storted Its fonrteentli 

week July 0. _. .- ■ 

t tin in lc C.ardon (W. Krnmer Sons, man- 
ngersl.— May Orletta and Kred Taylor, In ft 
roroedy okct'cli. ontltleil "rooking for Miss 
Fortune:" the Hell Hoy Trio, singers and 
character comedians: John It. Ilarly, comedy 

iiiMlcr; Belle Trovers, dramatic soprano: 
lavey nnd Phllllpe. eccentric daacers; ami 
moving pielures ure the attractions for this 
.week. 

Hnrleiu.— At the West Rlld («*».*• 
Ulbinentlml, moniigerl the offerlug Tor (his 
weak la "Oliver Twist." presented by the 
JioiIbc stock. compauy. ■ .A fair slied audience 
wns In attendance July l». and the play was 
well Past anil staged. Business Is nulle 
Ku6d for this time of tbe year, the matinees 
Eelug well attended. 

Kkitii & PuiKTun'ti Onh nrxptm asp 
TwmrrvflfTB Stki:kt Thkathk.— "Men nnd 
Women" drew out I wo packed houses 0. 
despite the warm weather, and proved one 
Uf the best offerings of the seiisou. It will, 
lio.duiihl. prove a great OM aft attrnctlon. 
TheMeadliiK rolos were In the hunrts of I'aul 
McAlllsler aod llealrlee Morgan, who ac- 
QUlttM themselves creditably, and were well 
nuiinoi'led by Hie enllre compatiT. 'I lift vaude- 
ville Introdnceil tirace Marquise and new 
nt nvhig pictures. ■ • ..*[■ 

HviiTio & Seamon'h Old Hbi pei.uk ihi (Hen 
llurllg. manager).— This roof garden has 
uroveu a creat success so far, being pseketl 
lilahtlv. It Is one of the most plctnrcsnue 
UlaeeV of araiweineni III the city. Tills 
week's bill -Is an excellent one, nnd Is headed 
by Josephine Mabel,, who hns Just returned 
Xi-ohi abroad, nnd Is more effective In her 
work than ever before. Others are: . rhe 
Royal Muslcn) Five, ArltugUm l-our. riiree 
I.nnwe llros., Badle Jannen. Weston Sisters, 
jLatlne. and 1>"» and P's . 

AUlAanju H'imvj- 0. Williams, mannger). 
fc— The opera "Vanst" is the offering for the 
rvirvent week, and the house-was comfornhtv 
HUM' i». The cast was n good one. nnd evi- 
dently pleased, ns applause was - freely be- 
stowed, >Tlie opera season lifls evlututly 
been a success, ns It has lasted beyond the 
ptited time for closing. 



Brpvltlyn.— At Dreamland special out- 
door 1 featuriiB will be given for tbe "Fall of 
UieJiaalHe" fete this week. The French or- 
gxnlgatlons of N«w York' and tbe Kastern 
States will celebrate the fall of the Bastlle 
oh Jo Iv 13. I3ie day preceding the French In- 
dependence Day. A general procession will 
be followed by an amateur circus perform- 
ance. .A number of new feniures have been 
Introduced la Wi A. Bills' dramatic spectacle, 
••The'Knd of tbe World." Other shows in 
the jiark are "Creation," "Pharaoh's l»angh- 
ter, "Sao Francisco," nnd tbe Mokl Indian 
Village. : -. 

Bostock'h Aniual Arena. — Mile. Hlnnche 
Allarty has made a decided hit here. Hen- 
rlckson, with his group of Bengal tigers, tan] 
tlalllnrd, with his troupe of twenty Nubian 
IioiiK, ore the lending trainers of the enter- 
tainment. The large arena Is filled at every 
performance. ■ 

Ij'Xa I'ahk. — Among the latest additions, 
"The 'Mountain Torrent" and "The (Irent 
Train Robbery," are making records. TtfUle 
latter have been added new cowboys. Indians 

End bronchos. The free circus anu the dance 
nil are centres of crowds. Other entertain- 
ments ure Mundy's Animal Show, "The Old 
Mlll,""The Dragon's Gorge," and "A Trip to 
tbe Moon." At Mundy's Animal Show Hie 
chief features are two groups of performing 
bears, Hatty's Hods, Hatty's bears. Mine, Mo- 
relll mill her leopards and Jaguars, and Henri 
Key's trained pigs.' 

- HitiriHTON ltKAflt I'AltK. — 'Hie big Pawnee 
Hill Historic Wild West and (treat Far Rust 
hiiow. now entering Its fourth aiiccessful 
week, has im educational value ns well as 
that which It possesses purely as an enter- 
tolnment. The dramatic scenes and happen- 
ings which Major LlllJe pictures during the 
course of the*' entertainment all bad a part 
In the history, of tb^rountrv. Major Lltlle 
Is constantly adding new features. Two car 
loads of bucking bronchos, horses which have 
never before had a saddle on fhelr liacks, ar- 
rived last week, and this exhibition of horse- 
manship on tbe part of the cowlwy riders 
Is burlesqued by n pair of clowns, who make 
" sorts and kinds of efforts to rldo a couple 



of diminutive elephants, which have also been 
_ iftlit to buck In elephantine fashion. The 
indlarls, the riding of the Cossacks, and the 



tons 



monkey drill of "a detachment of United 
States cavalry, are all remarkable feats in 
horseback riding. Tbe Ferart Animol King- 
dom, which (id(oTi)s the Wild West Show, with 
its numbers of trained wild beasts, Is also 
very popular. So also is the Pike, along 
which are entertainments to suit the tastes 
of nil. On several' occasions -recently the 
capacity of the grand stand and bleachers at 
the l'nwnee Hni [Show— 12,000— baa been 
severely teited. 

Manhattan liKArR. — Oeorge H. Primrose 
and his minstrel show will remain another 
week. The song nnd comedy features will 
be new. The Wesley- Walton Vaudeville 
Show, dtie week of- July in. includes t Fred 
Walton,. In "The Toy Soldier;" ttj Tax, 
jamas Thornton and May Yohe. At Pain's 
Arnphltlieatre, Tuesday night of this week 
will be navy night, and Friday night will be 
for* the army. 

HKNOKnmiN'a, Cosey Island. — Dili week 
of July 'i : Zlngnri Troupe, Delphino and Del- 
mora, lessen, llunier nud Nessen, I-Mdle 
Mack, Amerlcus Comeily Four, Berg's Six 
Merry flirts. Willie and Kdlth Hnrt, Three 
Del tons, Metanl Trio. Parker's Dugs, Minnie 
Harrison. Mltcholl and Miirroa, Bergere Sis- 
ters. .Newsboys' Qunrtctie, and Florence 
Lester. 

Hriohtox Beach Musmc Hau* (W. T. 
flrover. manager). — This week's bill Included : 
Xnt "M. Wills. Word and Curran, Walter 
Jones nnd Mnbel lilts. Wntsou and MorrlH, 
Juggling Banans, Herbert Brooks. Ftennor 
Henry, Marble and Scott and the klneto- 
graph 

. MOIIKIHON'H THEATRK, HoCKAWAY BEACH. 

— Bill week or July 0: The Fays, llyiui and 
Hlcbtletd, Fields aad Ward. Mayme Iteming? 
ton. Matinee Mnlds, aad ftlloorc Sisters. 



ilHder tbe Cents. 

KXEOUTIVR STAIT OF TIIH FRANK A. ROB- 

piKR Shows. Fred Beckuiaua. geueral 
agent; Ddve H, Haley, coptracting agent; 
\\. ai. Goodwin, manager advance car No. 1 ; 
C. W. Coleman, manager advnnce car No. '1 ; 
I. Ill Ian Coleman', excursion rind mailing 
agent. Bostee of car No. a^llarry Couke. 
Ducal Xo. U, boss bill poster; A. B. Harms. 
Doesl ,\o. I), banners: C. W. Chubb. Local 
No. 0, I'blof excuralon hill poster; ('ornellus 
Murray, Local No. -*; Wm, tlnllngher, Local 
No. .10; Jolm Tracy. IaicuI No. IT; Wm, 
Smith, Local No. 4, bill posters; It. B. I,a- 
polute, chrf; Cbaa. Cnnnlugham, porter. 

-ItiTSH w. ('autkr- closed recently with 
the Jack Manley ahos*. and la with the Dode 
Flsk Circus, aa principal •rlown. 

Noi'KS KHOM Hi i iM.u Htl.l.'s WU.D WKS'P. 



- — We entered Austria, at Trieste. May 1-. 
and our huslness In thnt country was big, up 
to the closing date at Vienna, June 14, 



There' was scarcely one out of the forty per- 
formances la the Austrian vapltoi thnt the 
royal box waR not nrrnced by grand dukes 
and duchesses. It wns cold nnd wet during 
the cut Ire Vienna engagement. Budapest 
wan the next stand, and here we had the not- 
test kind of weather — tike July or August 
In tbe States, but business wns up to the 
top notch. Charles Kldridge tirlfltii. niunu- 
ger Of privileges, was Hie recipient of ninny 
nuw'Nome tokens 'of friendship from his ns- 
sochites. Juue-lll (his forty-seven Hi birth- 
day), Sitschn, the wire haired Sampson, 
joined the side show at Uudapest, also Vuu- 
ger and Veager. colored song nnd dance nud 
cake walkers. We have fifteen platforms In 
tlie side show nnd concert, embracing ulno 
numbers, far auperlor to Hie nvernge music 
hiilt performance In Kurope. While two- 
thirds of the population »f Budapest under- 
stand (lermflD, tuey will not apetik It, mid, 
In consequence of the bitter hostility of the 
Hungarians to the lierinnn language, we bud 
lo close a flue nlster team who sang only In 
(ierman. However, they -will applaud another 
language, such as Mngllsh or French. On 
June 18, Larry Kane, Ilrst assistant lo Ja- 
cob 1'oM'v. master of stock, hud his leg 
broken, while clipping a horse, nud Is 
now In the hospital at Budapest. On 
June JO, Manager Fred Hiilley Ilutchln- 
sOh went to London on business. As- 
sistant Manager M. s. Coyle Is at the helm 
during his ubseuce. After Budapest, we have 
thirty-one day stands In Hungary. Our ad- 
vertising matter Is translated Into sixteen 
different languages this season. Mrs. Alfred 
li. Starr autl sou, Ocorge, leave for their 
home In KiiglAud, 24. Treasurer Jule Keene, 
who was In bnd health when he Joined the 
show last Spring. Is now convalescent. Mrs. 
Keene, and their sou, Jule Kceue Jr.. are 
touring with Ibe Wild West. Mile. Octavlu, 
who is nlwnvs on the lookout fur novelties 
In the reptile line, recently received a con- 
signment of uiousier ltsards, from Jamracb. 
Lubdou; Bill Cloud, who wan Injured by a 
stone thrown by n "Hooligan," at Torino, 
Italy, has returned to the show, ufter sev- 
eral weeks' treatment at Milan. We painted 
up al Vienna, uuil everything Is .looking as 
bright as ut Marseilles, where we opened our 
present ■Bating March 4. Kver.v thing l» run- 
ning smoothly. We ure all well and happy, 
nun business Is eminently satisfactory to me 
management, therefore ao one has any 

"kick' 7 eomlup, ■ 

i-'i vn Show Notes, — We have been out 
eight weeks and are still doing good bual- 
tiess. While In lleuisen, X. \.. oi. .Mine --< 
we linil a severe blur-down obout alx o'clock. 
but' our boss of canvas got everything tip In 
time to give the night show. The storm did 
considerable damage to the big top, but Man- 
oger Finn Is getting a new atid much larger 
one, as tbe old one Is not large enough, ne 



nlfto lost one of our horsea a week ago, with 
colic. Charley Cameron joined the Bide show 
Monduy, June '2, and we now have one of the 
strongest Bide shows on tbe road. Mr. Bar- 
ker, our baritone player, keeps us In laugh- 
ter all week, till tub Old kkuaoi.k comes. 
then you can not get a word out of blm till 
he reads It through. Sylvester Newman, our 
clown, was called home last week. His 
mother died a few days after his arrival nt 
borne. We expect him back In a few days. 
Our roster is the same as when we started 
out. 

■ ToTTLF. Know Notes.— We have been out 
Dlnce May '*, and have been playing Pennsyl- 
vania ever since, to fine business. Our ban- 
ner town so far was Kxport, Pa., where we 

flayed to 8. it. 0. Mveryone connected with 
he show is enjoying good health. Joa. Can- 
Held, our popular songster and professor of 
hi iislc, enjoyed n very pleasant trip to Du- 
bois, I'a., not long ago. In company with 
Bones. Fred Martin, our juggler and contor- 
tionist, Is making good at every performance, 
as are also tbe Thardos and little Paul, our 
boy sinking clowu. 

t (lABDNKIt, WF.HT AND SUN8HINX have 

Joined Ibe Burmim & Bailey Circus to do 
their act In the concert. 

1 TlIK HaHNCM & lfAILET SHOW PEOPLB 

were regaled with 'the following menu at 
Manchester, N. IL. July 4, by Cnas. Henry, 
superintendent ; Oeo. Arlington, caterer, 
4ml Domlnlck Buss, chef: Soup— Chicken 
consomme. Fish— Boiled rod, egg - sauce ; 
baked blue stuffed, anchovy sauce. Roasts — 
Filet of beef, am champignons: short ribs 
of beef, brown potatoes ; roast; Spring Iamb, 
mint sauce; prime ribs of beef, au jus; 
soaat Philadelphia turkey, • cranberry sauce. 
Kn trees — Fricassee of turkey wings and 
chicken glblet snuce, curry of rice. Vegeta- 
bles — Lettuce, new Htrlng benns, radishes, 
mashed potatoes, stewed corn and green 
Deas. Dessert — Bent's water crackers, 
pickles, chow chow, assorted nuts, fruit, 
raisins, jelly roll and Ice cream. Tea and 
Coffee. 

■ Roma op CAit No. 1, Cole Bjios.' United' 
Snows. — Harry F. Curtis, car manager; 
(S'lin*. Martin. local Xo. (I, boss bill poster;' 
Chas. Chapman, local No. 10, lithographer; 
M, Kdw.irds. loral No. 10, banner man ; S. 
II. Jones. Frank Hrusso, local No. "c'Rd. 
Feeney. C. K. Anderson, local No. 10; Ho- 
mer Hall, local- No. 24; Clyde Kent, locaL 
Xo. 1: T. MaJoy. Oeo. Coyle, alliance; 
Thas. Aitor. local No. ;i j -W. K Brown, lo-: 
cal- 'No. 14; Harry Nemer, programmer;' 
Hoy Hall, porter; !■'. J. Krause, local No. fl, ; 
steward. -■ ■■- 1 

Notes pbom Cole Bros.' Shows. — Kid 
Koster and his No. 1 opposition brlgnde ar- 
rived In Frauds City. Mich., June 20, do- 
lag the country and town against tbe Van 
Aoiuurg Show. Hosier of brigade : Bert Fos- 
ter, Clyde Kent. Ullo Rd wards, R. C. MoDce, 
Mick Jones. Frank Brusao. Wm. Corbett. 
Cad Wheeler and Chas. A. Koster. The bri- 
gade has twenty opposition stands in Michi- 
gan. 

I NOTE FHOtf THR FOREPAinH-SBLLS 8H0W.S. 

±*» Hunedin Troupe. Vycllstft, now per- 
forming with the shows, are one of the 
principal attractions. Their tricks on bicy- 
cles ore acknowledged by the public arid 
press in every town I hey appear ns marvel- 
ous. I hey have been taught and trained l>v 
thf fatuous Australian athlete. Jag. R, Done- 
ghn, ihe winner of one hundred and flftv 
■natehea at Jumping, running and viiultlug 
With the pole. His son, professionally 
known as Jlmmle Duaedln, won tbe cham- 
pion one' mile race last, vear on the -bicycle 
at Music Hall sports, Heme Hill. London. 
apd Maudle Duncdln, won the one hundred 
yards' ladles' race. They hold contracts for 
the Ixmclon Pavilion and Oxford Musk Halls. 
London. ■■ > 

Bkbt Mahk-s wishes to state thnt lie will 
nasurae the name of .Bert Howe hereafter, 
introducing his new novellv net, "The Funny 
Hey Hube, 1 ' now with -tbe HargreavM Show, 
ehd Is booked solid fbt- next aeason ' 
l Notes viiom the Bkrt Silver Circus.— 
All are well with this show, and we are 
doing a fine business. We have not lost a 
performance thiavpeoHon. have bad no nc'cl- 
dents, aad the -ghost" hasn't even missed a 
Sunday. We carry thirty people, twenty- 
eight horses, eight wagons and two cars. 
The Sliver family wlir put out a twenty 
wagon show next Reason, on the same route. 
Ihe Silver Shows hove for the past twenty- 
five years always made good, nnd return 
dates nre called for. We have fourteen circus 
acts, all good; four animal acts, the Silver 
Family Hand and Orchestra of ten pieces 
(of which eight are In our fnmllyj, plavlng 
stnnilni'd music, nnd bringing people from 
town to the lot In droves. At HopkJnH' Stn- 
tioii, ailch.', July 4, wo could not possibly ac- 
commodate the crowd In our 100ft. ton. 

'The Iuwivm (Wm: J.. Mlllc end Kitty 
May) will close with th* Kennedy Bros.' 
Wild West, nfter eight months' engagement, 
nnd; will rest for a week at their home, 
Cntlirle, Okla. ■ ■ 

'Item, Hilda reports meeting with success 
with the Sella & Floto Show. 

James K. Donroan writes r "A little boy, 
Harold Spencer Dnnedln, eognged nt th" 
Fbrepnugh-Sclls Bros' Show, as 'cyellat, wn^ 
left at Barnboo, Wis., Tlmrsdny night. Juiv 
0. 1 It Is supposed the bov was kidnapped by 
one or two of the grooms, who dlsanpeari'd' 
from that show the same night. The hoy 
'to nn KngUsli Ind, born In Blnnlnghnm, and 
Is apprenticed to the Dunedfn Ttonpe. Any- 
one giving Information to Forepaugh h Sclln 
Bros.' Show will I* handsomely rewarded. 
The boy Is about fourteen years old, wears 
knickers and cap, and can ride n bicycle nnd 
skate well." 

Wm. Vbkta Is successfully clowning with 
the Wallace Show. 

NOTRM PBOM Al. F. Whkki.eu'r Nrw 
Modkl Shows,— Prof. Pcrrlno; Hon tamer 
wlth^ AS F. Wheeler's New Model Shows, 
was seriously Injured at PhtlllpB. Me,, Jiily 
% by the big lioness, "Spltllre." 1'erriii'o 
had Just entered the cage when the nnlranl 
spniug upon him, henrlnc hhn to the flour. At- 
tendants from the outside fought the nuliunl 
ImcK, but before the trainer could escape 
from the cage the enraged beast had pounced 
upon hlui a second time, badlv lacerating 
both his logs.- whllo one of his hands was 
chewed to u pulp. Perrlno wns finally res- 
cued, more dead tluni alive, anil physlclnna 
were Immediately summoned, nnd the mnn's 
wounds dressed. While Herlonsly Injured, 
ho will probably -recover. 

♦ «» - - 
HHOIli; ISLAND. 

WoonsoelceL — At Ihe noog Lnke The- 
atre (W. B, Nye, manager) the bill for week 
of July 11 includes : tins Kilwards' "Postal 
Telegraph Boys." the Punlzer Trio, Gray und 
(irtiliiuu. Mnmle llaiuish utid moving pictures, 
AI. Weston and -company, In "The New Re- 
porter;" w'ent big hist week, and "Tlie Musi- 
cal Hnrbers," presented by tbe Magnoul 
Family, proved to Ik 1 the greatest novelty 
muslcnl act ever seen nt this house. J.'-H. 
Wotling's trnlued stallions, nnd Mitchell nnd 
Morrou comiileted a Due drawing card. Busi- 
ness on the "Fourth" was eiceptionally good, 
notwithstanding the Inclement wenther. 

Nutb. — Tlie paper Is up for Cummins' 
Wild West, which shows here 10. 



Newport.— At Sheedy's Freebody Park 
TbeAtre (Charles l". rook, managei-1 the 
vaudeville season Is booming. BUI for week 
of .Jntv li : The Block Hussars, tbe Lea Vlfih, 
James and Sodle Leonard, Wilton Brothers, 
Ah II, Weston nud cpmpany. Madge Fox. 
Knthc-rlne Bnrtlott. Three Perry Sisters and 
Ibe enmevngroph, 

NoTK.-^ntinm lus' Wild West will exhibit 
12. 



*i I ' 

C. S. Ki't.t.iVAS Is hereby uotltled that his 
brother, Mike A. Sullivan, la .dying at his 
borne In Calumet, Mich. 



AT LIBERTY, TUB VARUS. FRANK, 
Strong Contortionist, Slack Wire, Paper Tearing, 
comedr Acrobat, Silly Kid, Singing Specialties,: 

UHA(!B, high class Singing Specialties, ballads 
sod Soubrctte. Both chauge for week : work In 
acts. Salary must be sure. CUBA, Kansas. 



AT lilBKItTY, YOUWQ A8IATKCB, 

AUK 21; .OFT. GIN.; 13QLB. Strictly ■■ota-r and 

reliable, (leneral business. Salary no object ; 
will guarantee satlsfacilou. Address J. J. BEKN* 
EQOER, 82T K. 4th. Cincinnati. 0. 



WNATED QUICK, Al Novelty Act who can 
change for one week and work In nets. This Is uo 
M'd, Show. Baozt-rs and chasers save stamps. 
Kevetta, write cpilck. State lowest nalary. Add. 
u/elllngwn Bros., 3ftl E. Tompkins St., QlMBbUf, 
111. .. . „^__^-^ 



CLARI0NBTTI8T, BOBHM SYSTEM. Young 
Kan, single, don't use liquor or tobacco, well 
experienced, A. F. of M., AT LIBBBTY Bbont Sept. 
1. Locate, good town or oily, where plenty good 
work In mfia line, Best ref. Write MUek. Add. 
A., Care of «M Ashland mock, Ohlcago. 



"WANTED QUICK, Full Dramatic Company 
for Stock, balance of. Summer, Capable Director 
with mahnncrip'ts. People with specialties pre- 
ferred. Salary guaranteed. MBS. LOOIS J. 
RUSSELL, care Warren St. Ry. Co.. .Warren, Pa. 



FOB SALE, STEAM MKKRY-OO-'ROUND, 

swings and pool room. Including building, tables, 

soda water fountains, now running at Summer re- 

nort Id New York City. With more particulars, 

'•BAROAIN," care of CUPPER. 



WANTED QUICK, Med. Performers (change 
for week), Sketch Teams, Singing and Dmidng 
Soubretie, Dutch and Irish Comedian that fake 
organ. Tell all, loin on wire. May sober. 

DR. W. H.GODDKNOUOH, Blk. Itlo KatlH, Wis. 



"WANTED QUICK, To complete Band: 1 Alto, 
1 Tuba, one or same to double U., Lead Violin. 
Week stands In tent. Salary snre. Wire or write. 
Liwe*t salary. Iiong engagement If gentleman. 
WM. FRANKXYN, Weupolnt. Keb. 



YVANTED, PIANO PLAYER Who Reads and 
tloes Straights. Also Black Face S. and P. Come- 
dian, change for week, Man to cook and care 
(or canvas, Slate all In llrst. No lickers. MGR. 
DALY FAMILY SHOWS, ciiehanse, III. 



AT LIBERTY for regular season, 1'KED R. 
HKUNIMAN, Oenteel Heavies, Eccentric Comedy 
aid Comedy Old Men. July 14. Superior, Wis.; 
ia. io. Uuluth. Minn., care of Hoollgaus Troubles. 
Then Palace 1 lotel. Chicago. Ill, 



II Attn Y LIXDLEV CO., Summering Blind 
River, Onlarlo, WANT IMMEDIATELY, VOUNO 
EMOTIONAL LEADING LADY. 

Adoress ai THESSALON, Ontario. 



WANTED, Clairvoyant, Mind Reader, capable 
or doing magic and Illusions asa feature act. Also' 
A No. 1 S. and D. Sketch Team. Amateur*, booze 



Ughters and dope ilenila, save your stamps. Sal 
uryBtire.and all you are worth. Steady en gage- 
ment on con tract if satisfactory. J. C. DK NKAN, 



' DELiailTFflb OUTISOaiid paid to CDjoy 
It. (leorgiuu Say resorts. Wanted/ 2 good, tali, 
Repertoire Actors; also Lady Team or Aerlallsis. 
Fares uitviinoetl. Never close. Manager, SECOBD. 
HaKRY LINDbEY CO .Thespian. Ontario, Can. 



WANTED, Mud with Moving Picture Machine. 
and good Babject of Films, or will rent or. buy 
outfit. Also want good Novelty Act, sober. Wont 
small tents, knee Hgures, anq other show stuff. 
Add. J. W , turner, :& Meyera Coart, Chicago, 111. 

C A R FOR SALE, 45ft. ConSb. Pass, and Bag- 
gageCsr. Large cellar. All rlglitTor 20 people. A 
good car with all improvements, fir fast service. 
I have quit theroatl. A bargain, br will lease It 
nut, Car at (fraud Island, Neb. Address 

K. A. JOHNSON. Owner, hpb. Del., tfulucy, 111. 



WANTED, All -Honad Comedians for Dr. J. 
F. apangler's Medicine Show. Prefer one plays 
organ. Good Summer and Winter Job. 

J. P. SPANC-bER, Bellevll)fl, : Mltnln Co., Pa. 



WANTED— colored Performers. Mutt Double 
Brass and have good street appearance. No 
counterfeits, hiozerfa, bullheads, grants. Light 
colored preferred. Send photos first letter. \V>ile 
imntediatelr. II. P. Sharpe, Palace Theatre, 
Syracuse, N, Y, 



»0 FIRST PART WOMEN WANTED, 

hose doing Specialties preferred. Looks, con- 
duct and pattern means long eogagemeni. flood 
salaries. Stats fair week opens Monduy, Sept. 
lu. ^p 1 ti t hiit Jit u or earlier It possible. Jack 
Boone, Concert Hall, Syr acuse , N. V, 

: WANTED, Leading Man and Leading Woman, 
Character Uauand Comedian. State all; join quick 
receipt wire. WELLS STOCK. CO., Peebles, Ohio. 



■ WANTED— A No. 1 Street Man or Team ; must 
be able to bold u crowd one to two weeks. Play 
own music, flood, loud slugers, sketches and 
monologue, Lowest salary iu drst, Salary sure. 
Our retereuce. Exchange Bank, Kahoku, Mo. Join 
July 2$. Address Christy and Crawford, M, ])., 
Revere, Clark Co,, Mo. 



WANTED, for Penobscot Medicine Co., Irish, 
Dutch, Black Face Comedians. Any uct suitable 
for lady audience, No tickets to strangers. Lowest 
first leitor. Join on wire. Penobscot Medicine 
Co.. Lewis town, Mltiiitt Co.. Penna. 



AGENT or MANAGER At Liberty; 313, sober, 
thoroughly experienced. Car shows perfectly. 
Wife, graduate Pianist. DrcHsurs, lookers, single 
or Joint. Know territory. Extended acquaintance. 
Route, book or wildcat. W. 1),, cure Uuttoti, Al- 
bany Hotel, Denver, Col. 



PIANO PLAYER, DOUBLE STAGE. 

Good amateur will do. Small show. JIM and 
FLOGIbSON, Edgertoii.Mlnn. 



"WANTED, A L*dy Partner, Blngie;8lnglngand 
Uttm'liik' Soiibrettc. Address or call evenings Tony 
Muck, tine J. Fulton, 371 Bridge St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 



INDIAN II1:ai> Fortune Tellers, $15; Lunette, 
(laliitea Statue, Organs, Wax Figures, Slack Art, 
Ventriloquist. . .jurcs. Paintings, Laughing Gal- 
lery, Tents, Etc. Stamp for lists. 

W. II. J. SHAW, Yiclorln, Mo. 



HOW TO START IN SHOW BUSINESS. 

(Copyrighted), a different books, ice. All klndsact. 
MQlif OCT'S tiOHQOL, m N, 13th St., Phila. k Pa. 



HOW TO UKCO^rE ACONTOHTIONIST. 

Front and Back Bending, each trick liluBtrateu 
«5c. Morphet'g School, m N. 12th St., Phlla., Pa 



WANTED, Med. Performers (play orgnn, 
read or fake), Mun that does Specialties and 
Fake Organ, or good Straight Man that 
Plays .Organ: must fake. No sketch teams. 
It. it. towns, special rar. BILLY KLINo, 
White Lnke < 'orders, X. Y. 



WANTED — SMALL LAUGHING GAL- 

LlOtlY, t'heiip Any I'ltilfurm Show. FOR 
SALK— Troupe Doves und Somersmilt Dogs. 
Will cxclniiic,' for above. 

PltOK lIAltUV SMITH, (Iintz, Pa. 



SKB'FCUICB AND 1M.AVS AVHITTKX 

to order. XddresA IIKUXAIID KLIN'ti, riuy- 
wrlghl, 3S7 J«y St.. Uiooklvn, X. Y. 



WANTKD QUIOK-Muslcnl Act, Wire Act, 
Juggler, Piano Player nnd useful people doing 
severul turns. State lowest salary, Pny own 
hotel. Must jolu on whe, Uetitfrow's UlgCo, 
West Sholtni), N.Y. (1(1 miles from, Kingston 1. 



FOR 8A1<B-Wulte Moire Sllko'ene Serpen- 
tine Dress, B8; Pose Outfit, Silk Press, Velvet 
Oloalf, li colored effects, $i2: Black Art Outfit, 
IIS; lot of Tricks, cheap; -20 Colored 1 ance Slides, 
$4. Enclose atamp or no answer. 
MRS, WM.CARL, SM Court St,, Hc ohestcr, N. Y. 

WANTED, FOR HUNT'S 8IIAKR PLATK 
SHOWS, Team doing Double Tra]i o ze and Re- 
volving Ladder; Clnwn Acts/Btroag Tuba. Sure, 
low salarv. ' Adilress p r route, (healer, Vt„ 
W: Rnckingliam u. Belli ws Palls 1A, 



WANTED. CORNET FOR B. and 0. , 600D PLAIN 

Coo*. J. B. 8WAFF0B1', ;Mgr. Jac kmn Brw.' ?. 
R. Shown, HooMr Fnlli, N. y,, Jaly la, IB, 11: 
BcQuliijton, vt., u to 81, 



REED'iS 

Two Car Tent Show, 

:i s PEE8CBIIN0 "KIT CABSOH," 

WANTS 

Firat Violin to double Baritone or Slide Band 
People to double Stajtc, Uramailc People nun 
Al Specialties Show never clones. Only soliur 
reliable people need reply. State lowest la iW 
I pay nil. Orchestra Leader, wire; others write' 
(lencvq. Nob., Jaly 14: MadlHon tc. Norfolk i; 



wanted, 

All 'Round Singing and Dancing 




PIANO FLAYER, 

Mns't read anil transpose. Other High Clais per 
formers for Medicine Show piajlng huye elites 
only. Two to four week Htands. My litult %20 for 
slnifles.and *ir> for teams. Tlila Is TorAi i'eonie 
and wardrobe on and off. Prefer Piuno Phtver 
wno can ilo Hpeclaitles. Am working the Nurid 
west. Never hum. Tickets advanced on Heuunty. 

DR. DAYOLHEOSALA, 
. Box 883, Mlnneapolli, Minn. 



MANAGERS, NOTICE. 

THREE Mm PARKS CIRCUS OR CARNIVAL 

Three high class acts. MLI.R. IRWIN, Sv/lnfliiiir 
CIiiIjh and Sharp Shouting on a Slack Wire. Little 
KITTY MAY IRWIN, a good Contortion Act. WM. 
J. IRWIN, Head BhIhucIiwoii the Flylua Trapeze" 
ATLIBKKrV.JULYlS. AddreaB 

WM. J. IRWIN, 

Post Office, Guthrie. Okla. 
Past eight: months, with Kennedy htm! Circus 
and Wild west. 



I WANT TO HEAR FROM 

Some Good Medicine People 

For our new No. 4 party-plavlng Wisconsin: Wuat 
cal acts, Single utid Double. Maglclaus, putu 
aud Organ Player. No Sketch Teams. I want all 
Jin!'! Performers. Masliera and llue/ers will ii> 
elosed without, notice, so don't write. Steidy 
work until Dec. i«. No tickets. Borrow from 
your friends. Address BO. ARRIOND 

Pare tjuaker Medicine Co., Merrill, W Is . 



Wanted, for 



ENT111E COMPANY, MPMUUJ ONION l>RUPKRTY 

HAN who -Clin Kiuti uik' piuv Htiinll purl. No 
Boozers, Send pltuto*. Adilresa 

JAMES T11AKI1KII. 
1085 E. Jeivey St.. Ellzalielli. N. J. 



WANTKD, 

All Kinds of Tom People, 

Double Brass. Address B. C. BKACH, Mgr. Route: 
Jtlly 10, ZumtirotJi. Minn; 11, Pine Island; PJ. 
(Jhatfield; u, Plain View; H. Klgln. 



MTBD, 

HCSICIANS I tiu.1 Hum. 10 B.and O., PERPURMERS 
that uonble Band, COOK, uriykh, Etc. Come 
on. Long aeuson. Wagon Sliow. Stop at hotels 
Addre^R 

MORROWS PAVILION SHOWS, 
Perrj, N. Y,, Juty vi\ Warsaw IS. Sliver Springs 
X), Pike is.: ; : ' 



Wanted at Once, 

SOLO CORNET. BASS, TROMHONK and BARI- 
TONE. Douhle Band and Orchestra, 

VIOL, A WILSON STOCK CO., 

Tlconderoga, N. Y. 
James Ctiest, write. 



WANTED, ON ACCOUNT OF AGGIDENT, 

Good, Strong Single Traps 

and Rings. 

CIRCUS PEOPLE with two or more ncl«, ALTO 
or TROMBONE who can clowu or do concert 
turns. Hnat Join on wire. Address 

]■:. ii. .smith's SHOWS, Buotatown, P». . 



BARHONEOR "sLIBE^TRuMBONE 

1\> double Second Violin In Orchestra, Would 
like to hear from I'erformors that phi; Brush. 
Slate lowest salurv. Address 

AU. H tllT/., 
'Dexter, Me-, July 14 ; Solon, lfl and IT. 



BARITONE and CORNET 

Those doubling stage given . preference. w«ek 
Biaiids. 

OUT'S 8UMMER SHOW, Fori land, Ind. 



WTAHfTED, 

SOUBRETTE 

With Specialty. Week stand*. KverytbiOK'' llrat 
letter. OUV'd SIIUHKll SHOW, Portland, Ind. 



At Liberty, Jaok Stanton; 

MOVING P1CTIIHK OPKHATdll, . 

AND KI.I'(TItH'IA\. 
Have Edlaou E\hlh. Maolilne ami MoOft. film. 
Seven good roaiures. Up-todnto, Blrlctly loiirr, 
honest and reliable. Only mniiafrers dCHlrlug- th» 
host and -willing to nay a rcasontiiile salnry write. 
BLAlRSVILLfc, l*H. 



FOB SALE. 



Three New Mill's I'UNCHINIl BA(13, «S6.00, F. O. K., 
New York. A few second- hand, perfect cotulltlou, 
WO.00. MANHATTAN NOVELTY CO., 

Suite lTll-J-3, 21 1»fttfc How, New ToVk. 



WANTED, Comedian Who Can Play String 

Instrument or Organ for Sonpn. bong season. 
Sure inoucy. Join on wire. Addreaa ,« -... 
WILTON ARTBPRt Maatcrlon, Monroo_CO.,_Oldo. 



Moving Picture Act, Pianist and Special ties lo t ry 
out this Saturday. Apply wZa*, 

:;rFOftHBSTElt, 1141 Broadwa^.y. 1 . 



TH0S. SPENCER, Tltealrlcnl Clog Maker, 
440 West aotri St.. New YorK. 
Stamp tor price list. Orders prom nil v attende d to . 



WANTED. RURIIGTiONo Of AIL KINDS 

Ff>R THR [>EWKV TIIKATRK, MACK1NA0 
1S1AN 1), Mich. ANDY a. BVKKS, Hnuser. 



3VLX % 



THff 1$EW -fpBK !QSg$$9B& 



567 



.- ■ - MAS8ACIIU«t5TT*. 

BoaioB,— So'.rtt- thii miuob (be Summer 

SSfnS bclldiys. Sit ott tUf whole', good 
SSui liUildfrt-U reported. Changes ibis 
fveek "are : "The, Lwt Word," at Ihe aloft; 
"n£ Bohemian UlrL" at tie Ciatle Hqliatc. 
nnd 'Caoilile.'" at llie Itowdoln Square. "The 
Tourls'la." at tbo Majestic, and Harnr Bul|pr, 
In -The Man from Now," jit Ihejrrcnwiit. 
nil 'In prosperous continuation. The InW 
niitioDal alllittce of theatrical atace om|jloy*« 
Is holding lit annual convention In Berkeley 

B ^SljSnc (A. L. Wilbur, manager*.— ••The 
Tourist**' fcmhlna the attraction here, lis 
*li(h week. utartliiK Mw&ay MU July 
H niifUteKii-bua. hiren erfceUtbt. Biifflcfent, In- 
deed, (o warrant a null Indefinite continu- 
ance of Ihc engagement. 

T8EM0NT (John B. ticboeffel, manager),— 
Hirrr Onlger, In "Tlie Man from Now," haa 
■ eicb'cd the seventh week of hi* engagement. 
The fiftieth performance wilt be celebrated 
nn "Wednesday evening, 11. Big Uotmea liave 
been the rule. 

Oi.oBir (Slalr & Wilbur, managers).— "The 
Last Word" Is being playM-lty the John 
VtUM Stock Co. this week. Qood tdzed houses 
insulted, from the excellent perfprmahcea of 
'•AiMgbt Off." during the past week. For. 
week of itV'.'Our Bom." ' 

Caxtlh SijiAnr: (Boston fitage Society, 
managers),— 'The Bohemian Qlrl" will cn- 



mttie Befle I^acM. Last week's bill was 
■Cnvallcrra Itustlcana" and * Plhafore," at- 
(ratftlM fuM buiisea. •'Iwlanthc" next 

BoffDOlN S«UARB («. R. CDtkTOft mana- 
ged —charlotte Hunt will head the stock 
itala week, In "Camllle." Other parta fall 
to Charles Miller, Florence Blnley, Wllmer 
Walters.' Boiler Hnvlland, Florence Hate, 
Alice Thornton. Edwin Denlaon, Annette 
MsiKball.' iftrry BrooKa and Charles Whee- 
lork. "Girl of the Streets" drew packed 
hoilaea last week. In preparation, "Slaves 
of/the MHL" „ _ " • , „ 

KUTff'H. (B. K. Keltic manager).— For 
week of », cntei'lalqnlebt Is provided by: 
The Dainty Ualry Maids, ten clever 'awfltt 
and dancing irfrlu ; St. Onge Brb«., Kljrtit 



laat week, and la doing a capacity business. 
The ut»t pieturea and llfiiMr ' 
fU(nish the programme, aad 



Allisons. Arthur. I>eagon, Ben Welch, John 
and llay Bailey, Bujcaej'e State Four, «race 
('Wider*, Herbert, Harry Burgoync, WW 



t rated. «JB! 
_ are ctur - 
twkfe Ha mm, H. t,. Savljic is •■«__ 
tM rahtuagrap'h aud Arthur E. Mills Is bu- 
sies I MrKior. * '■ 

(■oniUN'a Alabama Tiu>ubAtK>i:na (J. I'. 
comerfvrd. manager) entertained on the 
Huntington Hnll ground* week of 2, io tktr 
bunlne**, Ktflng an expellent programme. The 
company lhctud«fl : Uebrge Lynnler, Sam 
Keeling; John Burnhum, Honey Johnson. 
Will nnd lAt.rAf Carrlflglon, Juniper and 
Hayes, lt«y and Taylor, Frank Ionian. Warner 
Snilfh. Bud Holloa*, Win. £ Bailey, Jo- 
»e|dilne l,;i/./i», Untile Way, Kva Moore, Oer- 
trude Holdcn, and Curtis Jurdoti, as musical 
dlrei-tur. 

NoTKd.— The BamiiDi i Bailey siiuw de- 
lighted two of the lurgnat nudleitcea that 
ever wltoeascd a cirrus here 7, and no pralae 
would ho too great to bestow upon the ex- 
cellent enterratntoent. Kspeclrtlly prominent 
were: The spectacle, "Iteace :'* laabelte But- 
ler and -Tiic Dip of Death," the Imperial 
Vtenneap; Troupe, the Florenz Troupe, the 
ttruntttho Troupe, the Vllllnere Troupe, the 
auUette Troupe, Boiler Brmliers, Ihe ftow- 
landeH nnd l,n Troupe Carmen. Atmeiea 
Nob. l and ■: both did excellent buslnea?, 



lOtVA. 




Ida,— At Alamo Park Hi. K 

JMS crowds enjoyed Oils good 

bt/JuV 1 • Bros. lUisst, HolTund 
„ The Ihwkciw, Fn-oolun knd Wat 
Monro, the AlHmoHcoprl. and i:arl 
illoonit. New concession r' ore : 
... prock '« fun factory and It. J. 
ymltb'a nodal photo nailery. Ap extra num- 
ber Ik the thMitrc. :il and July 1, wan the 
slngllg of Clauds Hnner, formerly u»y bo- 

frano to (I race Church choir, who goe« to 
arlst la Bcptember, for voice culture, under 
the i>ersonal direction «if Ikhmni l)c RcHzke. 
before wbom he snog eight. yem-M in, In 
Chicago, and who ihrn prumlned to defray 
the expense of his mlisk-al eduction If his 
then wonderful voice dpvetoped n* 1 expected. 

Norns. — The Iowa State Aerie, Fraternal 
Order of Eagles, was organised at l>cs 
Koines June 27 and U8, and. these officers 
fleeted: Presldenl, CMni*. A. RtephrnH, Cedar 



nnd were under Ihe dlrec^Iob of (ieorgo Ar- 
llDgton and Ueorge Cohnera. . . . .The Fourth 
of- July brought the usual number of abows 



and Adamw. (be kldetograph. and the Fa- 
dette'a Woman's Orchestra. In a new pro- 
grarnme. 1'atmns tlnd'the. continuous vaude- 
ville of high clan* aQd egcellcnt utiallty. and 
business remains at' a splendid Summer 
standard, ' ' , 

Rai.ace {C. H. Wnldron, manager). — "Mis- 
taken Identity" and "The Count ry Drug 
Rthre" ore burlesijuc dtock vehicle* Hits week. 
The funmakeri: are: Frank Graham, Jobu 
Black, Al. Patterson, Jamein Dixon and Mil- 
toql Schuster, and SImtd Klht«m heads the 
beauty .brigade. An olio Includpa:. lid. and 
-Nettle Masse, Wbalen and West. Hlcc and 
Walters, Dixon and Macfcle. uhd *Murton and 
Klein. Business 'holds good. 

il.sriN & Stuxk's Mi;.sf.iim (A, B. White, 
manager).— A bill of feature acta new to 
Boston Is provided In the curio hall B%!1 : 
Cant. Uliigmnn Mack. ' sensational weight 
lifter arid ' imitator ' of birds,, etc. ; ■"rhc 
Trlsuner' of Kendo," a apebfacnlar novelty; 
Prof. E; Itoberls, zltlier player; J. A. Hawk- 
Ins mid George lirowu, &thfetle marvela; 
1*. '. J. Duaah. ' day ajodeler : Trlxle, anakc 
uueen, anil- 'others. Iii"thii ihratrc are the 
MlpuhpiH MnldH. liitrntlucfng: Dorothy Mor- 
ton, Delia Iti nvev, M'niilc lji:rke, Pearl jlud- 
f-on, Clara Steele, -(J race IJpwarfl. Hae La'otz, 
Lassie French, LoUle Bluucba rfl, Chas. Clark, 
Bill'. Hall. Frank COOL Jas. Maxwell, nnd 
extra Vflatlevjlle by Deveiie ahd Schurtz. 
l.iiclp Halms, Blrk and! raltua, Nol^nahd 
Holmes. Brpbst Trio, ahfl James add Richard. 

WAi,k*;i['t(; MiSKLr.M If-. B. Walker*' nta'na- 
gerj. — Walker's ICIgbt Blue Birds hold over 
as the curio hall feature B-14; Others arc: 
Dunbar, king of tbe air: Mites Johnson. 
iihft pjiticher; Prof. Cabill, magician, and 
Lulu Bell, sword walker. Stage jfliow : Hart- 
ford It Dnvla' Burlesijue Co. Olio — Kceley 
and. Me Ha Ic Blanche lyorlUX UDIc Miorrlu, 
Lolp Dajls, John Klynn, Ethel. Williams, 
Llllle Killings, the blotjcopc, and living art 
studies'. .; i .. 

' XtCKtLODKO.V (W. H. Wollfe. niHUUgjEl). — 
An umateur wrestling touruanicuf., under the 
sanction of tHe"A: A. JJ.. laVuelng held, here 
9-31'. "Tn the ct'iHo ball la the New Orleans 
Creole Co.. twelve singers and dancers. Stage 
ahow: May Collins Dalnly BnrtestmprB- 
Olio — Helen Jewell'. Dollle' ClIfforiT, Bertha 
Carey, Maud Crandall, Ilenp O'Day, Annie 
Hdea. Clemen^ and M.clutyre, May Collins, 
and motion pictures. ' ■ t'i 

Wondehlano PujC (V. C. Thompson, man- 
aeer).— ^-Tlie Duuio-ltedcay TrObbe and Kc- 
rarl's trained anlmala ate dominant features 
in Ihc free oneu air circus at this resort tills 
week. Kennedy's Wild West tihow, and Trlxle, 
the -wonderful equine, atfll hold : attention of 
the hum crowds. 

I'aragon Park (O. A. Dodge, manager). — 
Vnclerllned, In the opm air circus are j Will 
Hill, hlgK wire i>erroriiier ; Muting, the man 
who ascends a spiral column oh one wheel, 
and Murtland's Band, with aongs by II. Y. 
Blt'oey and Johnnie t'oakley. Bostot-k'H Atil- 
mal Arena contlunea aa a feature. 

UKUKORll Budl-liVAIlp TltKATjKB (J. W. CiOl*- 

man, mafiSger)'. — J.'w. (.iormah's Opera Co. 
wlllbe Been' here 11-14. In "Olivette.". Thje 
cast Is a large and capuhle one: . During the 
past week the musical tomedy, "What WilgUt 
Lett." taxed tlic capacity of thla resort at 
evary perform uhce. 

XoniiMbtiUA Pakk (Carle Albevte, mana- 
ger),— Bill for week of ui Baker Troupe. 
Wcntworth und Vesta, Uncle tfnituctl aud 
company, Karsys. and Jackson and I loon. 
Matt Ott's musical comedy, "Mr. Planet 
from Mara," was laat week's -offering, attract- 
Inx big crowds. 

r*F,xixuTON I'akk (J. T. Bcoaop, manager!. 
"Wbat Wright iMTli me attraedoi O-Ti, 
ond following an excellent bill, of vaudeville, 
vhhh Included.: Donovan and Ainold, Mel- 
ville Burked dogs, Uenella, and Javkaon and 
Hoop. Uood iflxcd crowds wet-e In evidence 
2-7; 

NoTta.— vTlie Orntid Opera House will re- 
oiien Aiig. 4, with "Bertha, the Sewing Mu- 
clilne Olrl."......Pctcr «. MeNally, tT local 

prosa jijEeut and an expert swlninicr. has 
nulled for Europe, - wlieie be expects to ac- 

ccmipllsli several natatory feats N, J. 

KurTe. secretary of Burton l-udge of Ulks, 
No. 10, died .In this city 1 . . : . . .Tbe Chelsea 
unqt Keren AeHea bf KsrIcs will hold a joint 

rwifl day at Itevere Ileuiub tiatunjuy, 1 1 

T lib Hebrew actord ntid actresaes and the He- 
brew cborna membeiii have organized under 
chaitei-H from the National union of uclors 
affl Hated with A. F. 1^. Their official desig- 
nations are: Boston Hebrew Actors' Protec- 
tive Union HI, und Boston Theatrical Chorus 
I'n ion 1, , , 

-■ ■ n i t Eraser ■ 

Lowell, — At the T.akevlew I'ark Thf-atre 
<3. J. nynu, inanagarl laat week Mr. f'lypp 
offered uu excellent ammw In "Jack add 
the, Beapatalk.", to uoud business.- Tile nlty 
erB w«re: Tom Whyte. Frank Kdwartfs, 
Charles Hllmsn, refer Magnlre, Clayton Fer- 
siiBon, W'iniiiin r H. White. Mark De^Veale, 
Marie Hylnndx. Hurrlet Hlacock, Koulse Bu- 
cannon and BeBsle Brackman. All did very 
clever.wprk. The eorae companv -la present- 
ing: -Paul Joqep" BHb ctirrtbt; vfeek. FiydJ 
Hylands la 'the'rnuslcal director. 

CAXOniB I.AKF. I'ABK TllliATRR IN. H- 

Traction Co., managers) bad a succewfui 
opening 2. and Hie opera company won Im- 
mediate favor. .Business was excellent. Tbla 
week, "Merry War." The Sunday concerts 
of moving pictures are successful. 

Avxkpr. i Geo, w, <%OT. JMpjjIr) opened 
for the I5ummer season with moving pictures 



to the Mldwi<^, mil all did a banner bual- 
neflj. They Included; I,. B. Walker's* M'u- 
heum and Laiigblng Qallery, Blllt- ,\et«oa, 
featuring " Kiigene Berry; A. *',. Cumtning*, 
ie*turlnj JosTe Currey: VY, K. Sibley's Jtfn- 
Keithi, M. W. Murray's Museum and pictures 
of Ban Francisco disaster, and "Gold Button 
BlBy," featuring "Gorl)la Qlrl." ' * 

"§ — : ..- • 

Sprlnftfleld. — At tbe Court Square The- 
atre (D. O. Ullmore, manager^ the Hunter- 
Bradford Htock t'o. presented "Miss Hobbs" 
In a creditable mnhner. to f^obd returns. Mlsa 
Booth did the best work of her engagement. 
Marlon Lorme move than "held her owd, while 
Henry Kolber, as Klngsearl, was good. "Tbe 
Little Minister'.' week of July 0. 

Pom's (J. C. (Mqdle, rtaldeiit manager). 
— "East Lviihc" hbp not lost Its drawing 
power, judging from the audiences which wit* 
nessed the stock copjpany's presentation last 
week. Mary Stpckwetl. as "Lady, Isabel, was 
convincing. Itu|li Blake made a plciiflng 
Joyce, nnd William McKey, aa usual, was at 
hothe with the role assigned Mm. '"iTie, Man 
from Mexico" uu. 

STApli CHATs t -^Leo Detrlchsleln was »&\o- 



i anln- 
n Mon- 



terOBted attendant at "Miss Hobfe," on Mo; 

day night .tiubl and Huested, Franrlr 

1^ Marche, Murrtiy and Waace, end tbe Ben- 
tona made up (be hill for Forest bake. Pal- 
mer, last week.'", .! . .Htfrgreaves' Cirrus ei- 
hltrlted In Chieopec Falls, June l!B. to two 
large audiences, and cave general saturactlou 

to all England s Vaudeville Circus has 

been louring the Western part of the Slate 

with good success Mnrlon Ixjrne, of the 

Hunter-Bradford Block Co.. playing tbe Court 
Ktjunre Theatre, has made many frVtHla here, 

her work being of tbe highest order 

Francis Klngdon, of the Sotnern-Marlowe Co., 
Is summering at Iris Sutumer "home, "Tbe 
Kanch,": Athol. Douglas Crane," Acton Davfcs 
and William Cmirtiiey are numbered among 

thone enjoying his hospitality A, troupe 

of forty Kltlpplno own ana women passed 
through this city last, week, on. their 1 way. to 
tbe Stale fair at Syracuse." N. Y., frotn the 

White City. Ne^' nn«|t Conn Jamea 

It. G'llflllafi; for the past Ave years manager 
of the Academy of Music. Xartfoamptoo, f»*fl 
handed In -his resignation, which was a'c- 
repted hv Ihe trusteen. Mr. QJIftltan Is to be 
manager* of, tbe Hyiwrion, New Haven. Conn., 
and will take up his nev duties 'A ug; I. 

Full lUver.— At tjie Savoy (Al. Haynea, 
inaougeri tbe Huntington 'Block Co. W? 
sedted 'The Circus Girl" last weefc, to ex- 
eellent business. Tiuienle ETaydWn, aa Bona 
Colanbler, wns vivacious and pleasing, and 
Louise tierard. created a most, favorable 1** 
nression. Bliou Wasliburn also added, to her 
local popularity. "As Men Bow" July and 
week. „„ 

Skkkdv's (John Barry, manager).— ITie 
J. Frank BurVe Stock Co. presented "Irpr 
His Bi-o'tlier"a Bake" last week, to good busi- 
ness, and tbe best of satisfaction. Mr. Burke 
and Miss HIder deserved apoclal mention fpr 
excelleiH work' lit. the leading ram.': Ann 
Singleton. W. It. Barwald, Bert Walter and 
JpJtn A: D«Jy Won hiw.. laurels. -The mi 
graph pictures are a standard and plcsslna 
feature each week. "Sherlock Holmes" »:1*. 

NlCKEi.VDKUN lD. U. BplBnton. manager). 
— Business last' week wan dp' Io the usual 
standard. BUI week of l> ; C'uIUwpII and 
Wehfworth. Chas. Allen, May Bobtoson, Cbafi. 
Corao. and NIckelbcone. .'' _■;. .' 

Notes.— Harry Blakemore. of the Hunt- 
ington. Stock" Co.. playing at, the Havo)-. cloud 

Jtfly 7.." Col. Cummins' WBd West will 

appear here Jl Nut Lefflngwell joins 

the Huntington. Stock Co. 16... .. .^'ashburp 

& D' Alma's Trained Animal Show played to 
good.atlend cnc'e tyevt p-7. 

I,, nn.— At tbe Belay Theatre. Nuham 
(Chuil'rs W. 8heafc, manugerl husluees ||]Ht 
weels wua fair, the weatlier being bad for 
beach n'ttractlonB. This week's bill Includes: 
Walsh and Thorne. Patrick and May Tou)iey, 
1 he Verdun Bios., Ma June, and SheHfe/B 
moving plcturfs. " 

UuitMAK a Hi:iiMi:n Tjikathk. Salem wil- 
lows fMU-hnei: Doyle, nianager)- — 4 »ood biial- 
ncss Ih reported for Ihe past week. The 
Conuan, Specialty Co. Is the current attrac- 

Noteb.— Ha r greaves* Clrcua came 5, nnd. 
played io good ' business. .... .The Bar nun 

&, Bailey Show hftd'blg houses here I), and 

in Salem 10 Col. thimmlns' Wild West 

Show appeared In Salem fl, to big business 

Korth IMijii ' ill Hoosac Valley Park 
(Lewis A. Mt-Mahou, resident manager) a 
good vaudeville' show last week a-trracud 
Iiirjre crowds. Fourth of July being a record 
day. Werk of July : Murphy and Magees 
Xu'nkee Doodle C».. which Inclndes MUca and 
Nltraro. Franulna La Na robe, Frank MiifPliy 
und Jack Magee, the Burtons, and tbe vita- 

Notk. — The Kaifjes held a yepy successCa! 
field day here July 4. The principal attrac- 
tion waa Terry Mt'Ooverri una Johnny Bilr- 
dlck, In a six round sparring nmtch. 

' ■ ' jjs • 

Holrokv, — At Mountain Park Casino 
(Do.uls Pelllssler, manager) "SInbad" -drew 
largo crowoe week bf July 2, and on tbe 
Foitrlh broke all records for holiday attend- 
ance, at. Ihe Cm*!??- "The.BouBderff»' $,. ; 

fitm:. — The Holyoke Opera House will 
open its season Aug. 28, with Dockstader'a 
Minstrels. 

. gag < ..... ~r ....i- g 

Tannton. — At Subbatla Park ( Jos. J. 
Flynn. jnaaaaer) Ihe Kroplre Specialty Co. 
drew- well week of July 2. Week of 0, tbe 
unehi. "UlrphVUIroflH. wljl be. sung. 

Ni»TK(*. — Washburn A D Almas Trained 
Animals come Of 10. .. .Col. Cummin*-' Wild 

West 13. t .. 

. '' ■ !. ■ 

Lavrreace. — At tbe Colonial Theatre i Al, 
Hayhes. manager t "Naughty Rebecca" caide 
to big houses week of July 2. ''The Circus 
filrl" week of 0. 

iiaiini >i A iuii-kv's CiariTR waa seen hf re 
0, to crowded feats. 

. - - *— : — <n 

N'RWELt. and NiBi.o hiive lasned a very neat 
postal card, descriptive of their coming trip 
to South Afrlra. The musical duo are pic- 
tured a* 4 leaving New York July 17. for Lop- 
dop, In a rowbokt. From Loptlon they go to 
(>pe Town, uhfl an> dm; in Johanncsbiirg 
Ana. 37. Tbe best w lilies of thejr FrletnW io 
Frltli them.. 



Itaplds ; vice president, II. J. Hremtmrsi, oi 
tiim*a ; cbaiual^ C. II. Hchullcr, Klkader; 
secretary, Thoa. W. Mee'rs, Centervllte : 
treasurer, J. C. (loble. Wavcrly ; conductor, 
August Bchendbelm, lown City : inside guafd. 
¥.. -v.. Carson, Fnrt Dodge; out aide gu4td, 
Alexander rain. Mnipiokeln ; irnateps, Joseph 
Mitchell. Dubuque; J. U Darnell, Oskn'oosa, 
The next meeting will be held at Council 
BlufrOn 10107. Ilto- Chan. A, fttftaflM wns 
ununlmouslv endarsed for the office or grand 
worthy' treasurer of the Brand Aerie at Mil- 
waukee next month. The giantess, Cllu 

K. rwlng, of tjorlu, Mo., waa In town July 2, 

Heoliuk.— At the Casino (Reeves ftDodge. 
managers) vaudeville held sway week of July 
2, an>q good houses were ihe rule, with these 
excellent entrrlalners: I**w Wells, l^atsr and 
[.nT.it, Margaret Newton. Alton Itobcrlson, 
und the blogrupb. iloyt's Comedy Co. o|>ciis 
a two weeks^ engagement H. 

Nutbb.— Carl (Maeniieck'H Show is heavily 

billed io eihlblt bete VI. . wm. Bucy has 

just finished n new drop curtain, and stage 
scenery for the t'aslno, (hat Is meeting wlih 

the approval of the patrons oille >lartln, 

of Cole Bros.' Circus, Mu recently grflnted.n, 
diVirce ffom her huebantl, a nori-juofesstunal, 

In lie District Court here ..Advance car 

No..^, df. the Hagedberfc Bluiw, In charge of 
u. B. Boddy. with eight aaslstanls, -was In 
town .i, posting over tho old pa per'. .. . .Iowa 
la the Mecca for the big shown this season, 
all of which will have vial ted the Mate 'era 
the season closes. Business Is rcixirtcd to 
be Immense. 

i 

Forf DndK*-.-At the City Dark the open 
air concerts, by tbe Flfty-tdxth Hcgimeht 
Band, art drawlnv large. crowds. 
1 StjfKfl,— The SelUj-Korepaugh Circus gave 
two extellent performances; and drew enor- 
mous efiMda June i!8. . . . W. P. Derawr, who 
operates' the bill posting plant, will assume 
tbe 'management of the Midland Then tic ucxt 
season. 

. ♦^♦i 

SFAV JISRSDV. 

Atlantic dtt|> — At the Savoy Tlieatif 
vaudeville of week of July "J drew iHrge put- 
rooage. Another striking array erf spot-laity 
talent is announced for week of '.(. Including: 
lCddle Foy. Peter F. Dalley, (fnpewife and 
Cbaju-c Madame Heir man u, Ocurge J-Iyapa, 
Gito&m und Bailey, Metropolis ijnartette, 
Wftat aud Van Hlclen, and Frahfc Coombs. 

Yin-Mi's nn THBATiU: (W/'K." Shackel- 
ford, manager). — "Florodcra" closed u good 
week, to be followed by "San Toy" D. 

StKEPl.ECHASH Tliilt (Giles W. FIciueQt, 
BUBUerlf — Tbe good buaineaB j continues. 
Abhounced for week of U: UOldamlth and 
llobpe, Harry I<eater. Des La Hose, BaUdy 
nnd. Flckett. Kd. Mora. Lore-tip; Frauds 
Hi Armstrong Trio. Blartrhe HUM. 

Ai,MAHBIIA Tmbatbb,— TI|* Black ClMOk, 
booked for an Indeflulle stay. ■» attraclIMg 
gotid patronage. 

-- QiiVEiNAttin'a THKATU ( Sidney Fern. 
niafluRer).— Dxcellent buslnes* iireValls. for 
week of »: The Zarells, ibe Two AJets, 151- 
tillmore Misters, the (tastarfs. Hlieupard anil 
Ward, Uetlly und Mprgap, Ihe Hollands. Mc 
Cone and Trauell, Harry ^'cuver. Mile. *'ar- 
rlno, Sfiunders and, Cameron," the Burkes. 
Tim Healy. "HubeK" CarcW aud Hayes, 
Nackte and MmK Hlalecn llvothcrs. Mr- 
Daa.,'"Hnff r WnIcoi(ie, LIHle ITob/anu Nat (Jill 
and company. 

Camden— At Wbodlyhne Park ( II. D, I.c 

Caito. nianttKer) the uualltj' of vaudeville 
fiirolshOT"aMMs pretty llttlo park Is meet- 
ing with universal approval. Manager Is> 
Call) seems to have Ihe proper idea, und limit- 
fi.T thr hpst. The current week's attractlonti 
Include; A return visit by tbe Musical Muclu- 
lors tmd tbelr great Wt. the little pig: Jack 
aymunds, Edwin McUoldrltk, Harto and i^f- 
ferty. Scott and UoWard.'ColllDa and Fields, 
and Miller' hpd Fortune. 

Br — ..'.i < ■» . • — 

John Bonrnrdna, of "The Flvaro.' 1 
A subscription has been started: by bin 
numerous California friends, for John B»- 
gardiia, the nubllbher of 7'flp (Wa Ptntmlncn 
Ttnmo, w |io lust his entire belongings In the 
recent lire: Mr. BogarduK. who 'lit* always 
been one of. the slrungcst ii|>hoiders of all 
performers api^mlng lit hlH rtiy. Im now 
Kcvehtv-one ybdrs of age. and any t;«ntrfbu- 
tloiiB. which his old friends may make, will 
help along a most worthy capse, and tend to 
asslnt. btfn In milking another start' He can 
be iiddressed care of Archie Levy, 120T (i, (I. 
Avenue, San Francisco, Cal. 

— ' .' ♦♦Hr ." 

AuTK-i.K.s oe- lMOiiroiurioN have been 
tiled In August/i, Mi*., for the Krartdfe, 
Meaklo A i'n General Theatrhal Kxcfiungc. 
The incorporators are: Louis Li- Vluc, rhas. 
\v. Menkin. Frank M. Mldrldge. Thomas F. 
Cooney and -lames A. Cahlll. The com puny 
Ih Incorporated for t lift sum of $10.0110. The 
object is to transact a general business for 
managers, to buok'uud. represent theatres, 
eoiuluct tours, du special iiress work 'for 
vaudevjjle nnd (Jramallc actors, and trunsuct 
a generul theatrlcjil brokerage for all that 
pertains to the business end uf the pro res- 

9 lull. 

Wit I, II. Biluno. the copqedlan. Is spending 
his Summer nt Grindstone, South Uakota, 
whore he Is publishing a paper and proving 
up on one Hundred add nlxiy tares of Cncle 
Sam's liinds. The pupcr Is gelling hi in no 
end of pitbllilty, and Is meeting with much 



rlcul manuger, died st tbe country home of 
the family, Itockawny I'ttrk. I. I., last wei>k, 
fr.rta typhoid fever.' MrH. Havlln entne here 
with" her' daughter; Mrs. It. S. Payde re- 
cently, id occupy the new aud magnificent 
residence which lief hitsUand had recently 
built In Borfcawuy l'ark. She waa alwut 
fortyrBye years old, Before her marrlaga to 
Mr. Havlln. tnore thah twenty years ago. 
idle was Catherine Jvnes. Interment was In 
Clnclpnall, U. , 

Hon. FBEptBicK \y, Bahnabu wrltea : "I 
was divorced from .Frederick W. Barnard ou 
Jbly it, but will still keep the name of Bar 
hard." 

It is ruwoiiko that two new theatres will 
be built and tont rolled In St. Loula, Mo., by 
a company now befug organized by Sol N, 
Uypenbdmer, pre^idept of thu Lyric Amuse 



men t Co. oriL-, a star stock, afsalgbt dra- 

' use, to be called the I^yrlc, may be 

built on the west aide of Sixth Street, be- 



tween Market and Walnut, and the other, a 
ltf-20-30 vaudeville hoitan. Will be on the 
northwest corner of Market ntid Sixth Streets. 

Mne. At:k'jp recenflx saved tbejjfe.of.a 
girl at Uelslngfori, and she has hex-u award- 
ed the Prize of the President of the lie pub 
llr of. Prance. . 

Lmmiutta 4k»tkahon. granddaughter of 
the late Jbfpph Jefferson, was married June 
d. at Cambridge, Mass., to William Welling- 
ton To rPett.' m '" 'v " 



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Arrftnair1.iibnipoi.eil. l/iwlcfnin. 

>. KnKTHMAH, 413 K. Ulh St.. N. V. 



WaHTED, RED. 8H0W PEOPLE. 

riairiirni w-;i*k .siHti'dii flrrit loiter. Alan l<cc- 
lureron «ill aiift «onn, Aridroui 

OBIpNT Ar, Hm 'n>ft8,,Hol W>. Kanaaa Vlty. Mo. 

BAUNEY OPERA HOUSE, 

l)(U/iKVILMC, N. V. 

0*u uso -H rev iiiinc dniid Filtowa. Hcml fm upon 
time andterttm. T. K. ltn|tHlNR, MamtHcr, 



VO C A t- I ST8 

CoAthodanil IlnhearfedrnrMualctKJonipitnleaBnd 
vauievtiia. rrtAiTtiniiand Puhiir AppRHranccii 
Arranged. Apply FOUUKBTIjH, iui H'ffwy. N- V 



WAH1EC QUICK. ALL 'ROUND MED. PEOPLE, 

DROAS PI. 1TKK ull.i line- BpeelnlllevOl'KHA Tnl; 

wllh Complcle Plelore oinnl. 

_■ ■ HUOiyNI.KK A RKKD. Wtllmy.'r 

SOUBRETTE WAMTED 

TO JOIN CONHDIAN IN U T. 

Must Onual Duni'o. Send plmlo, hkc, ele. 
AJJ iiicm I.KV1N, ei,reiii t:i,IPi r Ktt OMee, 

OONTERll. 

WANTED. A FIHST CLASS BAND DIRECTOR 

Anil SOW) MM Pl.AVIill. Mum lie Al »i|H 
itrlillj *>lier. AnilrenH «'. c. I.ANIIKOHII, See. 
nibiilaii.l HMil, UlliHhtlMl. \A. 



>H«H OLI . VK JIAKKB 

OIlAIIACrBUS, »t lllierlj Hfler Hie ir.lli. Supe- 
rior, WH..U; lunula, Minn., 10. Onto <il iiijoi.I- 

KAN'S 'l'llmjiil.ry CD.. I lien I'aliHie lliilel.OlllcllKO 



AT LIBERTY, MUSICAL DIRECTOR FLOYD B. 

FIIRHK, Vltilln, Alto In hmaa. July II. Huperlnr, 
Witt. ; July 15, 1 Ml Jul li, Minn., .caro r>f llmilfKanH 
Trfliiiilen. Tlien 1'ah.i'c lintel. Clllcatfo. 



AT LIBERTY AFTER SEPT, 8, COBNETTIST. 

Can arraiiirr. Alw> IMANO rLAYKK. Will rurnlali 
aiij- immtrr (if ill <•(•(!». COIINBITIKI", HulcMlrirt' 
O rclfcal m', Paraxon TAlk, IfallatkW j matw. 

Dicone Stage Electricians. "My Practical 

Uomiieuri of Kl^rlrlcliv" o.\plaiUN Mil. Aclilldcati 

HIldfTitUlld. 'ZV1 pHifL'H. HIlHlMfCil. Hv 1'lllli $1.*0. 

Add. T. JBKKBIWON, Hold HI. Ilmilw, K, V. UHy. 



At Llbbrty, SKETCH TEAM, 

goon*. Din cv Mualcai, Marlonctu, AerpuriLltio, 
lll.SoiJBH.riatio.SiroiiB lecturer. Tl«;kcia. UAVfc 
MAR I .OW, 82«) Ufccrddi: Ave , N.W. , Cl evelan d, O, 

G. A. HAWKINS, 

Mir. of OjmnaHf lu A ppararua, &J.'. K Wh 81.., N.Y. 
fornn'rly ofllH K. i;tiliKi, llorlxoulHl Imra, leap, 
liijr ijoarda aDd ii»ra ( liarrela, urcHacf, gloijeft, etc- 



Ladles' Wardroblst. 

SliBbtly Worn dOWNf) for the Htage ud BtreeL 

KlUbHiitiedlsST. Mra. A. PKCK, 

SIT Bhift laUnd AvA..nMcM/>, l» 



joort. IUiudiI Top C'Hiivax, rum ;j middle picut.; 
onoWlt.KUtCnr. Art-lrntw (»IIN BHOfl., 

338 Buromli hi., Tolndo, Qhi« 



BOSTON FILM EXCHANGE. 

Seconrt Hunrt Flimi, Hnnfl Hlldci »nd «»t:hlnei 
Boonbi. Bold ind Kxctiangert. M4 wuiiiaffUin 
81- R^^ni a, Boamn, Uamt., opp. Adami Houm. 



AT LIBERTY AITER AUG. 1, 

JOHN W. ROST, 

.V.IVEI.T JIIIIOI.BK. 
Aililre.. KM MAmfl> MT.. C»llo«. KM W, 

" "" WAM'I'KII, 

IIW AID HOVEL VADDBTILtE ACTS 

TfeHt wHDt upfiortimltf to iff mil their ip«cHIU«*. 
ibply * T0RRB9TBH, iw BriHKlway, ». X. 




Vimvn. 'Huhiiiiim: mm Ai.l'rt, 

I.»nfi fPMMH (Jl i tivrl > . - ,„■! , i 
ncrr-tmiiry. -Vanlraht funiiHtiod 



lutii remit ps not 

tlwliod. Attflrcss 

nn. Mli.i.KU. 
*lir*» »f Kli'cirlf 1'hrk. Nrworh. N. A 



WASTKII, FOR 
• ». ■■rnnrunrn nniitt 



■i 



HtninR Juvenile I.e.tllna M.n, nornvrrAII. Wn.: 
I.lgllt Coiueillail, lH>ttl llniltllolo h.llil; Mil.lel.n.. 
Tmps, ele. AilQreR. 

' C1BP. II. aWBUT, Slorm Ulce. low*. 



WiNTED, FOfl-HWUD. SQUARE STOW- BO. 



iiuiifit i\n«I H,-|jiil»r 
JirV'ESJl^Bauo OENRr 

'ucclftlty. Omcr ■ 
ill : tnwrsl Humni . . 

ANHIIWVE, 

Ailftrrt-. NrwYmlr 



Sit 
If AN for 

Mum im\i 

people, write, siat^ nil : Iowpsi Hiitnnv 

HITl'RR A FANN11\>V 



U.y.H nnd OEN^RAI. HlylNK^s. 
NinahiB fiiibcl»lij. oilier Bcnetlolrc 

*\<\:r *'■'. : IniVM Huninirf el!«v. 



f lurui iut r ■ ■ ■ 

Hiccti-li "Tcntn Hi*' rfwiipi'i M*in with riotnrc 
Mm-filnc.iiii'l riinin PlH.vcr. Statr l»wu#l tt'uliity. 
!I»vo a inil, .teHln.Hi'i'tioi-y lor Mir or on nrr- 
i-oniHRp. \..A. VKUHKCK. I'l'i iinml. Mill-, t'n, 

SCENERY 

' Silko." ihc Perfect Trunk Kind. 

I.. iireM Bluillo. Ill (he ivnrl.l. ' 
IIANIKI.K WKSII: S'l'l-lllll, (MIC »(.(), 

,5ING£R AND OAHCEB 

ForOountrr Bv part In A PAIll OF IlMUAIHf • 

KIMS co. Oilier jit'i.pii' wrlic... Addrow 

U. J AY N MIT II. 76 Plviiumjh Vlmro. rh'r <gi». 

Winttd, Dora Woorirufl Slock Co", 
Vaudeville Act to Feature. 

Musi piny imrll. Sll.ir TpnniioiiP in iloiililo Rtngc. 
TiOm, Triip IimmniPr. OkHnmrlMl in Ami. 

Man fni-jsivciiiipi mi.i licHvion. Prcrerrtn:o(rlveii 
(Ihmc flDLiiillliff llrrtnn. r-iful Rcnprlolro nnnple, 

wriio. j. u, KiMiimn, MR*-., 

ticii. nn.. cinRlriniiil, Uhlo. 



WA\TE1> OUICK, 

Al biauk turn httich *nd Irish catitPtimn «til«tr» 

do Mth'V ntni H'lne Ihiiiriiitr nnd Cmncrt; n Art*. 
iVtnild liko out! wlio pl»yn{irn«ii or RUltar. Him 

!:«*■■ ' ■ llrnt t:\Mn wnrarohe'c>n nnd W! thr otscc 
suhirv frtini $11) lii 11 j iv week with frannpoTtntlnn 
Iicftiro nil) Rflcr Inlnllijr. Aililrrn 

Hit, J. W lllTii. Clnml Wrt\ ni-r, On'.. Curiftln. 



WANTED, 

Best Cornet Player in the 

Show BusinoaB, 

For It. mill o. AIho Itaod »nd orotafntrt ijnAttP, 

ai.h.i ciHiinnm, Burifonc, Tniia, For H»ii>« IlKutmi 
Co. AritlreRki AH. T.VoAhriN,i'larrrti*1(in Hotel, 

mi. Cinrk HOrt oninHo. Olilc-mt". 111. ■ 



Medicine 



Performers, 



Al BKRTCa TKAH. MimiiloDniiiilr-midHlnilft. 

Hingio rv-rrorniern in hII Hiich, hibii- nil nrat 
teller. Addnwn 

TIIK OHKAT vi nrii,i,\ r. 

r oMahitiiopiiir. n. v 



EDWARDS STOCK CO. 
Wants Rtptrtolre Piople In All LIhs. 

Tfioffl ddliig npi'clAIUflH pirfctrcft. tttrdrobf, 
rtlillltt, wiltrlotj, 'txpMtimn rS«onil»l. AddrcM 
tij icUeroiily, giving »U pHrMcularfi. 

JAVHH KcVAVIN. 

Wfi Itoiii'Hiii) Hlroci. McirtplilH. rcnn^wPc 



WAWTHD vr km i;, 

ORGAN PLAYER 

llcrtd or fHkfi. Ainu nil 'iMiiurl Cdmnllan. liHOi'Pr 
prrforrnl. other imer n iMcd.ppopln.wi lie. tfnnvj 
Biire. AddrtnH KloiiJt mi;iui;ij«^ CO., J. ft. Rock, 
Mgr. , UfWg i WI k, .tun. T. t.'rowlp . r, wrllf'. 

WANTCD, 

\mm OR JIVEM! \AM 

With lliilo ntrl fiyrttrM old, fur llnim Ilmmon C«. 

AIho tivo ClHrtnmiM lu dmilili' *tw nml vlolii, 

JAH. T. M, ,M,riN, 
OIktc itrhin IlniPl, CJ»rk Kin! OlMAOo, 0lilrii|to, 111, 

WAvlV'rHii; FQB 

Tho Elsenbarth - Henderson 
Floating Theatre, 

im am ATir ami VAi;iit:vn,i,i: i-Kiiri.K. gum- 
lint W1001. Winn HTRnS'ii haIiitiink AND 

sum;. ,t<iiii-i... iini-KroiiT, ind. 



WANTED ai.'ICK, 

Beaoh *• lioVvefs* 

Famons Miostrcln. 

Tub, hihI Kno*. Wide, II itnit li., I.eniler fi. and 0., 
Hln.lrel Pennlc Minf Ihniltle llr»n« Mlwaj. ii.rfnl. 
Tell All And l.e.i. lerlii,. iikai'II .( W>WKK>,' 
MlOHIrelH, IICAror lIHln, WU. 



WANTED, FOK 

AMERICAN AMUSEMENT CO., 



Oootl, htrnnfc UorDut-TronilfOiic, Alio itnd NovfiJ 
Dromruer. Wiit' 1 or wire loirem fwlirr. no 
nurndc, HKlary twine liweuk, no iiold Unr-k. Pay 



yourowii iruard. J. 8MITHK tytVt.Ttyl, Hunriim- 
W r , Jn ly u-OI. HlnrilJjrj, Vw. ; 17JM J^|«M' " " 1 1 1«, V» . 

Conipottwl lor nil klndnof H»iiKP'ieiiin. 

W. II. KM Kit V. lilaOrimliir Mr , I'hpalPr.Pn. 

1 w o HD EBFursix: 

For Sale or Trade, One Complete Sift Skew 

Including Freak*. ]'4lii(itig#, Uutnii.Poict>. Kopea, 
14XM; ML mm. Itfl. Ueijtcr Pol*. Tent nil 
A'ldrei* 
r-» Pklft, Mn, 



WMTEO, LEADING MAN. 6000 ALL WM 

WOMAN, IIKAVV MAN, 1'IIAll. And JDrKMLK 
MAS ;hI1 ila Hpeiliilil... I'leiiirn Maclilnr. Klllol 
Hecmi, write, wlllillir STUCK, lltoj. WU. 



FOR SAL.B, TEV'g, 

Client tk'Mf», l'(iii«, bUiceM, Wild Weal Cutn'py, 
other Hliow Properlr. 

PBABL VAN, NqrthvllU!, K. V. 



rm 



*HE .'tSTEW YORK CLIPPER. 



H. 





GO, 




CHICAGO, ILLS. 



SOME SOLID SONG 8UCCB8SSS 



THE KOVELTY SOUS, FROM THE 3 GRACES. Featured by UMBEL UffiBM and JOHN S1AVIR. 




i"«iii>aBi 



3y BOB ADA! 



NOW ILLUSTRATED. 85.00 PER SET. 



THE WALTZ SONG. 



I'lM 



ILLY GASTON. 



Tnkp n tip. and pet thin om» Jtmt os niili'k ns you onn. for It In our new waltz sonrj that Is filniplv sweeping everything hpforp it. The bigKP»t hit of Its kind In the history n[ popular music. Sune Id "The Thrpe 
OraeeB." by MAHttl* BAR] SON. H'h the bit uf the nhow. Kxtro v«rws. A Imork out for encores. 



THE BALLAD SONG. 



THE BALLAD SONG. 




fords by OLIVE L. F" 



The 
MVKR, H 

any kIiuw. 



coining hoJlAd 
M/IWK, me 
KurcH coincily 



hit of the country. It 
scenes In the sIlUi'F. t 
nnU Bni'lnHfihe MuhIcoI 



IBLD8, Music by HARRY L. NEWMAN 

In the most perfect bnllad of modem times. The finest picture song of the century. WIXTHR, SUMMER. AUTUMN, MOON, STARS ■"•OTTAOE fl 
an you ImaL'fne how pretty n set of rildri* will he out on thin Htugl Write now for the song. Bbnen of ull description, write for ibis one. Can he rnnde 
LtftteVRe, wrlie for this, and yon will have a swell number for your show. Slides, *."■ per H«t. 



\RDFA\ BIRDS. 

a lily number in 



THE PROBLEM HAS YET TO BE SOLVED TO PICK A HIT, BUT HEBE ABE SOME THAT WE POSITIVELY KNOW WILL MAKE GOOD. 



THIS IS A GOOD SOLDIER MARCH SONG. "HUP SED." 

I5e Springtime t Roses Bloom Again 

SLIDES IS PER SET. By WER.DEN and CKLADDISH. SLIDES, $5 PER SET. 



THIS BONO IS IT, AND WILL BE ONE Or THIS SEASON'S BIG 
COON HITS. EXTRA VERSES. FEATURED BY ARTIE HALL 

WHERE is BROWN 

By rRAMK CQNRQY and BOB ADAMS. 



THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL SEMI-CLASSIC BALLAD. A SONG OF LASTING QUALITY. 



I NEVER CAN FORGET YOU, DEAR 

By WEHOEN and OLAODISH. W 

ABSOLUTELY TUB GREATEST SONG OP THE CENTURY, THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SLIDES, MADE BY THE BEST PEOPLE IN THE BUSINESS. • $3 PER SET. ■■ 



IF YOUHAVEN'TGOT THIS ONE, WRITE. IT'S A DANDY 



MRS. 









Ily A'l'TI'ULllJ'.iK uml PKTSSRS. 

Sung by 1A68IE GLIDE, JOHNNIE CABBOLL and a long list of others. 



THAT BEAUTIFUL SENTIMENTAL CHILD SONG 

Will the Angels Let Me Play? 

Til- U'l'Wni'K «...■ (IB? llklMta. .... Bf I 



ily WEnDGN ami ULADDI8II. 

Slides, $5.00 Per Set Sang by Nearly Every Song Illustrator in the Country: 





Are the Best In the United States. We S(VB4ML.L_ SIZE, &IO.OO F>e»r i ooo 

make a specialty of furnishing them to rVleXDIUIVI SIZE, $15.00 Par i'ooo" 
Burlesque Companies and Road Shows. LARGE SIZE, $20.00 Per 1,000! 

~\n our professional department we have Bob Adams, Harry Newman, Theron Bonnet, Roceo Vocco, Phil Schwartz, Clara Kennedy. and~HBzei 
Butterfleld, Miss Cavanagh, who will always be pleased to receive you or to hear from you. Mall promptly answered. Orchestrations of 'any 
above songs sent In any key you want. Absolutely NO FREE LIST for Slides- 86.00 per set. 

NTOTICB !-Our MR. BOB ADAMS is now in New York, and will be pleased to see all his 
friends at the HOTEL GERARD, 44th St., between- Broadway and Sixth Ave. 

VICTOR KREMER CO., 59 Dearborn St., Chicago, 

■Kir**.. .;.'.. ••■ • • •'".', >' - 



JULY 14 



THE KHBTW YORK CLIPPER: 



569 



TO THE PROFESSION. 

•mnir wt ira Hsidqiiarttrs lor 

MAHLER BROS., 



517-5111 6th AVE. 



Gittlng Rsiai lor your Fill Campaign, Rsmtmbir wi ira Neadquartira lor 

PROFESSIONAL UNDERWEAR, 
DANCE SKIRTS, BLOOMERS, 

PROFESSIONAL HOSIERY AND 
TIGHTS, 

PROFESSIONAL SHOES. 

SHORT VAMPS. Send for Catalogue. 
PROFESSIONAL MAKE UPS, 

■'"•' GREASE, PAINTS, POWDERS, ETC 




MAHLER BROS., 

611-519 6th AVE. 

MAHLER BROS., 

617-519 6th AVE. • 

MAHLER BROS., 

517-519 6th AVE. 

SPECIAL OFFERING, 01 lit BOX. 

Made from the very beat tin, ere black enameled. Espe- 
cially made for professional uae, having a tray with com- 
gartrnenta for Grease Palnta, Powders, ixfcfel 
omb and Bmah, wig*, Etc., Etc. Haa zP/7 €% 
double action lock, with two key «, at **»• %■»• 

OUR COLD CREAM 

Expressly prepared for the Theatrical Profession, guaran- 
teed to be absolutely pare and never become rancid in 
any climate. Put up Id pound Screw Top Tin Cane 
at 1'ic.i half pound at Hie. 

8AHPLBS OF CEE1B SEIT FBEE. 

ALL MAIL ORDERS MUST BE ACOOMPAINED BY MONEY 
ORDER. NONE SENT 0. 0. D. 

Our New Theatrical dialogue seal free upon request. 



MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES — 

FROM THE 850,000,000 8T. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR 

Registering Turnstiles iflMHH&IIEW STRIP TICKETS 




100, perfect condition, job* 
Mice cut, with foot leaver. 
Recliter from 1 to 100.000. 
mch ...; tAO.OO 

50 second hind ticket chop- 
~ sr boxes, each ...$18,00 




Printed for mo atthflEipo- 
eltlon: h«.ve never been 
nsedi I.OOOto a roll; consec- 
utively numbered. Denotn- 
lnatioris: >C, 15c, 3Sc. 60c. 
Different Colam, Price per 
thoasaad lOo In lots of 50,000 13c 



INCANDESCENT LAMPS &^. E oS^,,^KJ 



SS°AxS° BQrue Qfl ab( >vo, brand new, In full case lots, oe.cn...... JOo 

00,000 new, 16 candle power lumps, eaeh„..._ ™.™ Ho 

35,000 Lamps, used, natural colors, ruby, croon, amber «n doped. 

An. TeRtc <l nnd servloeable. Price each „ 10o 

XOtOOOe&nie as above, brand new, price each ....Wo 

5,000 HARDWOOD FOLDING CHAIRS .".Si to 

wtmd; best malleable Iron flttines; simple In construction; fold 
iicrfoctly flat; strong, durablo and comfortable; will not warp; are 
tar superior to any other make; brand new. 
Price, fa doien lnta fO.OO Special Price on Larger Qualities 

1,000 UNIFORMS mjSSf^mSti&JEh 

_ — Write for our Special SOO-paire Catalogue No. 8. A. STB. It con 

complete list of all kinds of Electrical Supplies, general amusement material acch you are 
roti a taut ty purchasing. We have for sale Kite Iliac, all IcLbdrJ of Fire-flehting Apparatni, Elvctrlcinl 
Supplies, Flags, Bunting. Furniture, Household Goodi, Plumbing Material, Machinery -in fact 
everything under the sun." Address 

CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKINC CO..' 36th and Iron St*., OHIOAQO 





DEPILATORY POWDER 



The treatment of superfluous hair 1b something that requires the greatest 
nicety and care. X. BAZIN'S DEPILATORY POWDER Is the result of 
much study of the cause of and problem of destroying these growths with- 
out Injury to the surrounding skin or leaving a scar or tbe slightest deform- 
ation. X, BAZIN'S DEPILATORY POWDER Is absolutely enfo and de- 
strove the nalr without pain, a simple, dainty way of effecting a cure. 
Bend to Department "(r for our little pamphlet on the subject, "FOR 
BBATJTT'S BAKE." 

HALL A HtCKEL, Proprietors and Manufacturers of BOEOD01ST, 
215 Washington Street, New York. 
For sale at all first class draar stores or sent by mall la sealed 
packnges for BOe, 



N 




IE8COU HAIR CO. 

lea STATE ST. CHICAGO 9th FLOOR. 

THEATRICAL Witt 

Ourapeelnlty Is value for your money 
at one half the price others nik for 
the same goods. Perfect satisfaction 
guaranteed or your money hack. On 
receipt of 11,00 deposit vye will send 
goods C.O.D., subject to elimination. 

Remember the Name 
and the Place. 

CATALOG, PIIEK. 

NECRESCOU HAIR CO., 

162 STATE ST, OHIOAQO, 5th FLOOR, 




DO YOU USE ACETYLENE? 

IF BO 1VK WANT TO SEND YOU 

A SAMPLE BURNKR. 

We fcnow we have the .best burner ever made for use In a StereopUcos or Moving 
Picture Machine; also for Lighting Theatres, Medicine Camps and circuses. 

Address Room 18, Enclosing 10c. for Sample. 

WM. M. CRANE COMPANY, 1131-33 Broadway, New York. 



THE P1AN0VA COMPANY 



HANDFACTDRBRS Of 



SELF FLAYING PIANOS 

WITH OB WITBOCT BLOT ATTACHMENTS. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PBICB 
LIST. 117-126 CXPRE88 AVE., NEW TOBK CITY. 



WIGS 



WILLIAM HEPNER WIG CO., 

LEADING WIG MAKERS. 

Largest stock Id America. Wigs made to order. Full line of patntr, 
powders and cold cream. Bend for catalogue "0," to either place. 

134 WEST 88th St. N. Y.; Chicago Opora House Block. Chicago. 




BOMB 
TO 

E010PE SS1S86.-I, 



To apply for lowest rates at 
PAUL TAOSICVB BZOHUOE OFFICE, 

104 East 14th St., New York, Gorman Savings Back 
~ Telephone, 30M Orameroy. Cable ad - 
' - All printed matter and Inf. tree. 



WIGS. 



TOT/PEES, GREASE PAINTS. ETC. 

And It, Laltit and Mod Popular Style, In Ladli, Hair Brmlna. 

A. M. MICH & CO., 

US H. HaA Stntt, ■ - - - •- Philadelphia 




•"WftFTQynuAr THE PERFECT TRUNK 

fnUTuaiUlrm THE DAL PROFESSIONAL TRUNK la (he COBlln 

TRUNKS) 



THE DAL PROFESSIONAL TRUNK hi the coming 

trunk; you will use It sooner or later. Your money 
back If not pleased. Send for Catalogue "C." 

110 W. 40 STREET, N. V. 



FILMS 

MnchltiCH and Supplies of the lluest are 
sold here; no shoddy goods or toys. 
lfARGAINSl 

Edison's Exhibition ntim Model, fitted with 
Power's Comeragraph Takcup, Lamp and 
Ijamphousc, Sliding Ways and Telencope Legs, 
everything new. Including l\>wer*s llheontnt 
and set of Edlson'x "Parsifal" Kllms, l,97r.ft.. 
on two tO-lncb Reels, original cost of (11ms 
alone, JE.t33.7S ; our price for Machine and 
Ft Imp, ¥225.00, or will sell separately — Mima, 
I12.VU0: Machine. $110.00. This is the king 
of bargains — grasp It quickly. 

Edison's '08 Exhibition Mode!. Electric 
Lamp, Rheostat, and BRITT-NELSON Fight, 
the lattev new, on a reel, $ 100.00 for entire 
outfit. 



Optlgrapb Combination Machine. Electric 
Lump end Rheostat, and Reel of 1,000ft 
Chicken Thief Film, as beadllner, or Lost 
Child or Waif, $100.00. 

These Reels, each about 1,000ft., complete 
and ready for use. JCD.OO per Reel : 

Tragedy at Sea. 
Royaity In India. 
New York Harbor. 



Ban Franrlsco Disaster. 
Ruler of the Household. 
On an Ocean Liner. 



Beauty Show. 
Down and Out. 
Chicken Thief. 



Wanted, a Dog. 

At the Moving Picture Show. 

The Enchanted Picture. 

The Suburbanite. 
Short Smoke. 
Automobile Race. 



Tie Waif. 
Cheeky Traveler. 
Off for the Holidays. 



Tbe Lost Child. 
Lookout. Pt. Arthur. 
Railroad Panorama. 
Old Mald'H Fortune. 
Photographer's Mishap. 



The Deserter. . . ; * f 

Scenes on Every Floor. , i 

Little Match Seller. '. •' 

And fifty others equally as! good. 

Power's Caiuerafrraph and Kdison'a 
Machine* constantly on hand. Sole 
Selling Assent for Power's Machine*. 
Heal Krupp Wire Rheostat* and 
ORIGINAL Fireproof Maarastaea. 



Latest Model B Oxylltbe Outfits, TJilytlie, 
Carbon*., Condensera, Limes, Cement, Gela- 
tine, Spot Lights, Cable and; General Sup- 
plies. '■ t 

SPECIAL. — We will accept Edison Ma- 
chines as part payment for Power's Camera- 
graph, or Good Comedy Feature Films (must 
be original— no dupes) for other goodB. 

MACHINES AND FILMS WANTED, 

Provided They Are Good. 



LEWIS M. SWAAB & CO., 

L. D. 'Phono 



l Spruce St., 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



SOS LETTER HEADS 

SIZE, SHzll, 

PRINTED COMPLETE, TOGETHER WITH 

HALF TONE PLATE 

From Photo You Furnish, AU 

For $3.25. 

Original and Special Designs to order. 
Send for samples. Remember we 
make Half Tone Plates, Size, 2x3 
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/tTT-' • DRAMATIC. 

■Jifclnttoo's ■ Comedians (Walter Arlington, mgr.) 
fB*! B5C ML 

Ayieaworth Sto^k— Seattle. Waob.. 0. Indefinite. 
Apnetl. Stock PL Apnell, mgr.J— York, Pi., S, in* 

.ALcu .-nxk— Tirotno, Wmb., 9. indeflnite. 
"As loM in toe Hill*" iffm. F. HaoD. oif,)- 
-. Chicago, 111., fl-21. 
Bon-tellf. Jessie, Stock— Buffalo, N. Y.. 9, lndea- 

•Zlte. 
Bairle Ktock (FJwln £nrrle, mar.)— Pittsburg, 

" ft 13.. 8-21. 

;JMpwn-Bakfr Stock— Milwaukee, Win., 8. IdJ*>3- 

torun Stock— Spokane. Wonb., 8-Aug. 18. 
hurare atock (J. K. Bnrke, mgr.)— : F,»H River. 

■Mi'!., fi, IndeonTtr. 
Etrninl Block — .Montreal, Can., A, Indefinite. 
Jtramlon plAyer*-~Tacoma, Wa*b.. 0. JnoXlnlte. 
"Brown of Harvard" (Ileory MlUer. togr.)— Cbl- 

«ffn, til., B. Indefinite: 
"Bedfonl's Hope." Lincoln J. Carter's— Ctiirago, 
■fill., ft Inaefioile. 
Cr£<tain Henrietta (Maurice Campbell, rojrr.) — 

Tacoma, Wash.. 15. 
Cbaie-I.lster ..'I'beiitre (filenn F, Cbaaa, mgr.) — 

Chaftnte. Knn.. ft-21. 
Oontiora Block (W. C. ftonoora, mgr.)— Bir Bar- 

nor. Me., ll-ll. Joneajiori 12-14, Soutbwwt Har- 
bor 10-18. monlngioD Id 21. 
Century Stork (Harrlaon £ Sutherland, mgra.)— 

I -/j. Kap.. s-3i. 
.California Stork (Smith * Frederick*. laawaj 

Sacramento. Cnl.. 8-Sept. !M>. , 
Chicago Stork (CUB". H. BossKara, mgr.)— Sanlt 

Hte. Marie. Midi.. 9, Indefinite. 
CbmIpq stork (W. C. Stolon*, mgr.)— Paitneab, 
. K>.. «. Indefinite. 

CamplHl Circuit Stock— B'.alrsTllle. Pa., fi M. 
Cutter Stock (Wallace R. Cntfer, mgr.)— Parkera- 

iNirg. W V*.. 0-14. Newark, O.. 16-28. 
"Clansman" (George H. Brewnao, mgr.) — Cbl* 

cage. Ill, 9. Indefinite. 
KliewrO itiocS, tMKIauU, Cal., H, Indefinite. . 
Kclln-e Stork (Lloyd k Oenter, ngr*. ) — Fort 

■Worth. Tex.. 11-14. BrUgeport 16, 17, Bowie 

18, 10. Wlc-blta Falla 20, 21. 
EIwtii. Lorne, Dramatic— Bellowa Fall*. Vt., 9- 

14, Rutland 10-21. 
Frawley, Daniel, Dramatic— Seattle, Wash., 9- , 

Ang. 4. 
Fleming. Mamie |W. H. Graeey, mgr.)— Lancas- 
ter, fa.. 9-14. _ , 
Knwertt. Stork. (Gforge Fawcett, mgr,)— St. Paol. 

Mlou.. 9, IitOeflulte. 
Fuller Rrork — Montreal, Can., 9. Indefinite. 
Fulton Bros.* Stork— Mw-olo, Nebr., 9. Indefinite. 
Fisher Theatre Hlock (R. O. Welch, mgr,)— Deo- 

Ter. Colo.. B-28. , _ 

Ferris Comedian* (Harry Bubb, mgr.)— Wacnn, 

Via.. HI-Aug. *. 
(Htinlvau Dranintlc <F. R. flfnnlvan. mgr.)— Man- 
chester. Mtrh.. 0-14: Milan 1 tl 21. 
Haifa Comedy I H. O. Allea, mgr.)— Keokuk, la., 

H-22. 
Hunt Stock (M. A. Hunt, mgr.)— Saolt Ste. Ma- 

r.e, Mich.. 10-21. 
MaM \HU*k (W. J. * If. B. Henderson, 
TrogT". »— Oaaiap. la.. 9-14. 
Homer -Brad ford Players— Hartford. Conn., 914. 
Hunter Uradford Slock— Surlngfleld. Ma«., 9, In- 

deflulte. p " 

BetaU Sqnare Stork (Hitter & Fanshawe, sigrs.) 

—■Adam*. N. V.» 9-14. 
Hlllinan. May. Slock (Krneat Sohnabel, uigr.) — 
. Burtrroe Beach. Vn.. », Indefinite. 
Hartlurd Stork (DaTld Hartford, mgr.) — Clcve- 

tknJ, O.. 9, iDdeflDlte. 
Boward-Donwt (deo. H. Howard, mgr.)— Slo*r 
r> In- 9. Indefinite. 
Stock (B. C Hera mgr.)— Clerelaad.. 0„ 9. 

i Bros.' Stock— Detroit, Mlcb-. 9, Indefinite. 
.Jtan'a .TroobleB" (BUly A. m mgr.)— 

Jfiit, Win.. 14, D-.iJurti. Minn., lis. 
loier-Ocfon Comedy .iLttpolnt J ..Webster, mgrs.) 

— Water hiry, \t., P-ll.^RlcbinoiMl 12-14. 
Knott, no^eile (9'weely. Sblptuan A Co., mgra.) — 

■Hall'fai, R. 8., Can., I2-U. 
KejHKinft.DramiiUr ■ Ulax i A. Arnold, mgr.) — 

^bcmanton. Me>.. Oil. Hontbwwt Harbor 12-14, 

BMP lfi-lS. "Cherryfleld 1MI; 
Kebiuily raUW (Ben Lewla, mgr.)— Columbia, 

Mo., fi-w. Molierly 1021. 
Klnwy Comply — New PblladcI|>blB, O- 9-14. 
•"Kit Cation" (Tuomas Wledetuano, mgr.) — Kn- 

porlB. Kbii., 14, Strong Cfty 10. 
Lone rgan- Snow Stork— aletunn la, Tenn., 9, Indefi- 
nite. 
1,101'an Lyona Stock— qarunnn, Mlcb., 9, Indefl- 

nrte. 
I.ltln.P'tooe, Stock '(F. H. Llrlngntone, mgr.)— r 

I'eorla, III., M*ai 20. 
LM ley's* narry. Summer Tbeotre— -Gore Bay, 

Oht.. Cnn., 9-14. 
Lake Brady Stork (D. G. Hartman, mgr.)— atfnt, 

O., «>,' IndeflnKe. ** ■ 

Lluaiey. Hurry, Slock — TtieaRaloo,.Ont, Can., 13, 

14, Sault Sie. Uarle 10-21. 
-I.lon ard the'Moiw." EaMern (Henry B. Harria, 

mgr.)— N. Y. ClU 0. indefinite. 
•'Won ami the Mooee." Weatern (Henry B. Harrla, 

nutr.)— Chicago, HI., 9, Indefinite. 
Mvrkle Harder Stack, Fj»tern (W. U. Harder. 

uucr.)— Wilkes- Barre. I'a., 11-Ang. aV 
Mrrkle-llarder Stock. SoalberH . (Latlmore * 

Leigh, mgr*.)— Champaign. 111.. 9-22. 
MncralllaaV Player* (Don Macmlllan. mgr.)— 3e- 

.MU. Mo., s-21. 
WcCiillnm Stock |W. B. McCollum, mgr.)— Port- 
land. Me., 9. indefinite. 
aUnire Mtwk tWani B. Uattlce, mgr.)— St. 

Tnomon.lGnl.. fl. Iwlefinlte. 
MbOre Stock U- H. Moore, mgr.)— Hoclimter, N. 

Y.. 9, tndeflnlte. 
llalier Stock (Phil Mnner, mgr)— Delhi, H. Y., 

9-14. 
filaxant A Sight* Comedian*— Ixtlirrllle, la., 9-11. 
"My Wife'* Family" (W. MeGownn, mgr.) — 

Marnnetie, Midi.. II. Muntslng 12, Sault Ste. 

Marie 13. 14, St. Inuce 10. Cheboygan 17. 
Sye. Tom Franklin— Marshall, Tex., 9-14, OU- 
• mer 10-21. . . «_ 

^ew York Standard Stock (Standard Atuu*e. Co.. 

maM. )— Cortland. N. Y., 9-14. Corning 10-21 
New KiulHtid 1'lnyern (Uraybam fc ijiiwlut, mgr».) 

— ftunptalii. S. Y.. fill. Mloerllle 12-14. 
North llrtt*.' Coroed Ian*— Bloom I ugton, HI., 8-14, 

CUantimlgn I.V21. 
Oman KM (John ()*uian, mgr.)— Mansfield, O.. 

10, Indefinite. . „ , . 

Plielau Slock (F- V. Phelan. mgr.) — Portland, 

Me., 9, Indefinite. . . 

1'nlaT. Malwl tllenry F. ,Wlllard, mgr.)— Jack- 

KfitiTllle. Fla.. f>. Indeflnitf. . ___. 

Paxton Wa te r* fU. S. I'uJton, mgr.)— Sulphur, 

lnd. Tor. 9-21. 
Pernrhl-tlvfwne H\ I), t'eructal, mgr.)— Augusta, 

Gn., 9, ludeflnlle. ,. t , , „ 

fenKhl-iiyittene (C. D. Perucbl, rogr.)— hBox- 

tllle, Tenn., 0, Indefinite. 
Pbipw. Cba*. It. iWiu. Morrl*. mgr.)— Burllng- 

ton, la-, ». ludeflhlie. . ..„ 

Power Couwly (Herbert II. Power, mgr.)— Ml • 

tenxrket, Me., 9-11, Murolu 12-14, Kllnwortu 

"Peck and HI" Mother- tn-Law" (Geo. A. .Florida, 

mgr.i—H,. John. S. 11.. Cnn„ 0-11, Yarmouth. 

N*S.. 12. MlilnVtowai 1». Truro 14. Sydney 17- 

10. North 1 Sydney 20. fiW* liny 21. 
Rnnkle. Corhme. Stork l.M. nuukle, mgr.)— Dur- 

baw. N. C, ft. link-finite. 
"Rio Van Wlukle." «. A. Kller'a (Joe Becker. 

mgr.)— l'ocMtelk). Ida. .12. Idaho Fall* 13, Res- 

burg 14. 
•'Hip Van Winkle," W. A. Kller**— I.yooa. Kan.. 

Pi. Slerllii* UL Haven 14. Mount Hone 10, Col- 

wlch 17. iTetitoa 18, Ktdonoo 19. 
jffUili. (Iiauiu'ev I.. (Roland A. Oahorne. mgr.) 

— AMbeTllle. X. V.. 0. Indefinite. 
Btoiidlux. «nr. CoiuihIy (l.tirkeit * Standing, 

HiKni.l— Wuxbliietitn. I>. »-.. ti. Indefinite. 
Stuttx. J. IL, Stuck (Mwrenre IVtersoo. mgr.) 

—Baton rbwge. Ij.. Mitt. I. 
Simoner Drnmati* (P. R. Stwoiier. mgr.)— Min- 
eral Well*. Tei.. 9 31. *__ v 
"Mri'i Itevrngr" (Hlce A Conley. mgrs.) — 

Bowie. Te*.. II. Wnnrlka. Okln.. 12. I.awt°n 

H, AnmUrka 14. . , „ , 

•■Sunny Soulb" (J. C. Rockwell, mgr.)— Nanta*- 

kel Bench. Maw.. ft-Seiit. a 
Tucker. Klhel. Stw-k (Mack Rro*.. mgr*.)— Salt 

i-.ik.- city. I'-- 9. Indefinlie. 
Tutlle. Claire |\V. \¥. U|wlnt, mgr.)— Ba*t Uad- 

dftm. Conn., ft-14. „ „ . ^^.^ • 

•Tpii Night* In n Bar Room. Brown ft RaaVfftJ 

— WTlberllle. Vs.. 11, I'ttlaakl 12. Ka*t Rad- 
ford i:i. Clirl*tlBnlHir»t 14. 
•'Uncle Tom's Cabin." Stet*ou'a I Grant Ear*. 

Ht«. I— FreeiwH. N. Y.. 11. Rocktllle Center 

12 
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," Chuun'a— Ardmore. Ind. 

Ter.. 11. 



VaUamQQt Stock (Lyman A. Pray, mgr.)— WU- 

Bkputbort, Pa., fl, indefinite. 
Wl bwlaf f l Broa.' Owrl (Frank Wlnntnger, mgr.)— 

Mkri^etfe. Wla.. 9-14. Wanketha 10-28. 
Walfack Theatre (Doblnaky Broi., mgra. ) — Bock 

Island. HI.. O.Jndennlte- 
Warner Coincdy (Ben B. Warner, mgr.)— McGre- 
gor, la.,'. 9, tndeflnlte. 
"When Wohien Love" (Spire A Satbannoo, mgrs.) 

— Mtrbla*. Me., 11, Fastport 12, Jooeaport 18, 

Bar. Harbor 14. 

MUSICAL. 
Abnrn Opera (Hilton * Sargent Aboro, mgra.) — 

Hilton. -N. J., 1114. 
Albomhri Opera (Milton A Sargent Aboro, mgra.) 

— N. Y» my 8-H. 
Boiler, nden Mar. and her Ladles' Military Band 

(J. L. Spabo. mar.)— Wichita, Kan., 8 14, St. 

Joseph, Mo., ir.-21. 
Carle, Richard (Cht*. Mark*, gen. mgr.)— Beaton, 

Mass.. 9, Indefinite. 
Cohan, Oeo. M. (Sam H. Harris, rqgr.) — H. T. 

ruj ft, lndeflnlfe. 
Casino Conic Opera (Orire* k. Adde, mgrs.) — 

rTaahvllle. Tenn.. o-n. 
Cbgaherltln and hi* Band — BlnghamtoD, N. I., 

it, Indefinite. 
Conway's Ithaca Rind — Chicago, HI., 8-14. 
Doha and his Band (Frederick Phinney, mgr.)— 

Minneapolis. Minn., lft-28. 
Falnnan's Boston Concert Band (Wm. B. Kero, 

mgr,)— Atlantic City. M. 3., 9, Indefinite.. 
I'l«ch^r> Mliitnry Band (Cha*. M. Flacber, raj:.) 
' -— Wew Orlean", T.a., 9. Indefinite. 
Herald Square Opera (Frank T. Klntabg. mgr.) 

f-Plllsbtirg. Pa.. 0, Indefinite. 
Howe, r^enna, Orcliestra— Ixag Brand], N. J., 9- 

Kefit. 8. . 
"Ilia Honor tie Major" (Wm. Raymond Sill, 

oSgr.)— N. Y. Clly 9. fndeJfinlle. 
Infierlal Opera (Garrison * Turner, mgrn.) — An- 
bury Park. N. J.. 9. Indefinite. 
InnI* and Id* Orcliestral Baud— Pitt sbarg, Pa., 

n-21. ■ • k ; 

Kilties Band (T. P. J. power, mgr.)— Zaoesrille, 

O., S-ro, Mount Vernon 11-14, Toledo 1-1-2 1. 
Kendall Mnslral— Portland, Ore.. 8, Indefinite. 
"Land of Nod"— Chicago, III., ft, Indefinite. 
May, Edna (Charle* Frohman , mgr. ) — Ixjndoo, 

Kng.. 9. Indefinite. 
">lah from Now" (Henry W. Sarage, mgr.) — 

Boston, Ma*M., 9, Indefinite. 
Stta**»r iJidles' Military Band (Eugene Dial, 

.mgr.) — Cleveland, O.. 8-28. 
Pollard Lilliputian Opera (Joseph A, Holler, 

mgr.)— Winnipeg. Man., On., 9-28. 
Royal Artillery Band (Joseph De Vlto, mgr.) — 

Baltimore. ML, S-Sept, 1«. 
'Stewart yjiera i John Oirt, mgr.)— Rochester, N. 

Y., I), tudednlte. ' 

Sap Fr*ncl*ro 0|*era (Ru»«ell h Drew, mgrs.)— 

Seattle. Wp*h.. fl, Indefinite. 
Slifpr and bl* Brnoklrn Marine Band— Bright on 

Reach. Coner laland. N. Y., 9. indefinite. 
"Social Whirl" (Sliuhert Bros., mgr*.)— N. Y. 

City D, indcnidte. 
Templeton. Kay (Klnw k Erlanger, mgr*.) — Cbl- 

rago. III., ft-28. 
"1'onrlxt.i" (Shhbrrt Bros., mgra.) — Boston, 

Ma.-* . ft. Indeflolle. 
Weber*!', John C. Military Band— Chicago. 111., 

K 14. IndlaiiaiNills. hi.i., 10-21. 
Will*' MnMlcal Uniiii B. Wills, mgr.)— Mobile, 

A Li., '-14 

Bl'RLKStfL'E AND VAUDEVILLE. 

Adorn*. C 11.. Vaudeville (A. L. Sarllle. mgr.)— 

Springfield. O.. s 14, Hamilton L r .-2I. 
Crunilall's Vauilpvllle — St. Alhao*, Yt., 9-14. 

MINSTRELS. 
Brumf* <G. \V. Englebreth. mgr.) — Chicago, 111.. 

8-14. St. Ixiula, Ho.. 1.1-28. 
Daly'* Dixie SeremutiTH iH'iu. Josh Daly, mgr.) 

nioverxvllle, W. Y.. II-14. 
Troy.'*. ArrtiHr F..— Plttsfield, Mass.. 9-14. 
Ilarknes* A Fns'a (Roy R. Fox. mgr.)— Blytbe- 

Tllle, Ark., 9-11. Haytl 12 14. Senath 1618, 

Kennett 1D-21. 
Primrose's, Oeo. H — Manhattan Beach. N. Y., 

»-13. 

1'KM SHOWS. 
Alton <: ADtferson'* — Corunna, Mich., 11, St. 

Johns 12. Innln in. (Ireenvllte 14. Stanton 10, 

Ithaca 17, Iluwartt Clly IB, Big RapklH 19, 

Herat-y 20, Baldwin 21. 
Bnrnnni i. Bailey's— Haverhill, Ma**.. 11. PortB- 

mosith. N". H. 2, Rochester 13, Portland. Me.. 

14. Lewis ton 10, Walervllk' 17, Bangor 18, St. 

Stefibeu, N.. B.. Can., 1ft, St. John 20. Monc- 

ion 21, 
BiifTulo Bill** Wild Weat. Oal. Wm. F. Cody (Freil 

B. Hutrlilnson, mgr.) — Teniesvar. Hungary, ft, 

Arafi 10. 11, Gyula-Ferervar (Karl*bnrg) 12, 

N'agy Sieben (Hanmaiinstadt) IS. Brasw (Kron- 

Hfadti 14. Segeavar (Schaubnrg) 10. Maros- 
..Vnsiirhely 17, Koloevar tKlniinenhiirg) 18, IB. 

S'agrvarntl (Orohwonleln) 20. Siatmar-Xemell 

21. Maramanw-Sxlget 22, Knlomea, Austria 2:1, 

Caemowlta 24, 25, Htantslail 20, Tamopol 27, 

l^mbenc 28. 2ft. 
Bnrcb A Relas'— Pullman. Wash., 11, Garfield 12, 

AVardtter. Idn.. 13. Wallace 14. 
CnV Bros.'— Kalknska, MIeh.. in, Cliarleroli 14. 
Fofeptingh A Sell* Bro*/— Fall* City, Nebr., 10, 
TSlaft 11, York 12. Hasting* IS, McOook 14, 

Denver, Colo., 10. 17, Pueblo 18, Colorado 

Spring* 19, Bonhler 20, Sterling 21. Sheridan, 

Wyo., 23. 
Finn. T. C„ * Co/s-rCopenhagen, N. Y., 14. 

Adam* Center 10. Aaawai 17, Sandy Creek 18. 
Gollmnr Bn>*.' — Alexandria, Minn.. II, Sauk 

Center 12. 
Gentry Bm».' Dog, Fony and Monkey — Chleago, 

in., oirs. 

Hifenheck'n. Carl— Otlnmwa, la., 11. Keokuk 12, 
Burlington 1.1, Kewaunee, III., 14, Cblcago 10- 

llararafea*— Ipswich. Mass.. 9. Kxeter. K. H„ 
10. Sauerworlb 11, Sprlngvale. Me., 12 

Jarkson Bros.* U. It. SwalTonl, mgr. *— SbelLurne 
Fall*. Ub,kk., 9-11. Hooskk Fain*, N. Y., 12-14. 
Bennlnston, Vt.. 10-21. 

Kennedy's Wild Went (W. H. Kennedy, mgr.) — 
, Boston. Ma*a„ ft-Atlg. 4, 

Lucky HUP*— Marquette. Neb.. 11, Aurora 12. 
Hampton 13. Dradnhnw 14, York 10. IT. Me- 
('..i.l Junction 18, Fairmont 10, Grafton 20, 
Sntton 21. * ' 

Lowery Broa.' (Geo. B. I«wery, mgr.)— Blootns- 
■curg, Pa.. 11, 12. 

Uetbonrn'*— llenrdaley, Mliui.. 9, Clinton 10, 
Johnson 11. Cboklo 12, Herman in, Rlbow 
Uke 14. . . 

Mai'knv'H. Amlrew— Clay Lick, 0.. 11, 1'ataakfl 
12, Blir Watnnt 13. Outerlmrg 14. 

Norrl* & Rowv'a — Sourls, Man.. Can., 11, Delo- 
ralne 12. KHUrney 13, Monlen 14. 

Pawner Bill** Wild \VeHt— Brighton Bentn. Coney 
Island. N. Y.. ft. lintefinite. 

itlngllnit llms.*— Wodena. Minn.. 11. Grafton. N. 
Dak., 12, Wlunlprg, Man., Can.. 13. 14. drawl 
Forks. N. Dak.. HI. Crooksion. Minn.. 17, Far- 
:o. N. Dak.. 18. Ortonvlile. Minn., 19, Aber- 
leen, S. Dak.. 20. Watertown 21. 



Pamaliulka'a. Prof., Animal Show— Canton. S, 
Dak.. 11. Madlaoo IS, Devil's Lake, N. Dak.. 
10; 17, Iowa City. la.. 10. 

Raymond— Bfalnclanoer, Wla., 9-12, Green Bay 13, 

Se*>iutila (Walter C. Mack, mgr.)— Detroit, 

Mich., 9-14, London. Out.. Can.. 10-28. 
WpodmlT. Dora. Show (J. D. Kllgore, mgr.) — 
fcTnNnnarl. n T5..'ff-2L * *^- 



NEW YORK STATE. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Vale, i'-oulae. Slock (Trajera Vale, mgr.)— RoAea- 

ter. N. Y.. ft. IriHeflnlre. " 
aTolfe Stock— Wichita, KM., 8-14, 



RohlUPon'*. ToTiVi — VatulallaV III., ft." Duqnoln 10, 

Cairo 11, Fulton, Ky., 12, Mayflcld Vt, Padu- 

rab 14. 
BtfiMns*. Frank A.— Ludlow. Vt.. II. BcnnlDg- 

[on 12. Grativllle. N. Y.. 13, Glens FalU 14. 
Sllrer's, Bert— Fenwlrk, Mich.. 11. Sberldau 12, 

Vlckeryvllle 13, Crystal 14-10. 
Ruii Bros.*— NVw l^nilon. Wla.. IS. 
Starrelt's, Howard S.— Pine t'larns. N. Y-. II, 

?gngor 12, Amenla 13, Wnsuilc 14. Dover 
lulu* 10. . . ._ 

Washburn * D'AIma**— Newport. R. I.. ». 10. 

Mlddleltorn, Uaits., 11, Plymoulb 12, Qulnry 

13, 14. 
Wallare's. B. K.— Monnt V.-rnon. III.. 9. Shelby- 

Tille 10. LltchOeld 11, Oreeuvllle 12, Ga*f 13. 

1'usimIn 14. 
Wheeler's. Al. F.— Canton. Me., 12, Mechanics 

Fall* 13, Norway 14. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 
Awttn, Lnwton A Austin Show— Shady Side, 

kfaL, Oil. Galloway 1*1* 
Aiiierlcan Amhseniftir Co.- — S*launton, \a., 9-14, 

Cha riot tewvllle ld-21. 
Rostock'* Animal Arena (Frank C. Bostock. mgr.) 

Coney Island, N. Y., 9. Indefinite. 
BlotHlln ft LflOM Shows — Lyona. han., 9-14, Great 

Bend 1« 21. . . _. 

Bartau Broa.' Show (Malt bartan, mgr.)— Sche- 
nectady. N. Y.. n-Aag. 13. 
Pntlksha nk— Belfast. Me., 12. Orono 13. Old Town 

Cwia'dlan Jubilee Singers (W. T. Cary, mgr.)— 
Franklin. Minn., d. Indefinite. 

Cooke Comedy Co.— Rlverhead. N. Y., 9-14. 

Frencb'K New Kensattou— Peru. HI., 13, La con 
in. Cfainirothe Id. l*eorla 17. 18. 

Jolly Kthioplans (S. H. Dudley, mar.)— Alexan- 
dria. Vn.. ft-12. Manchester 13, 14, Ktchmotid 
10-2L . _ 

Mnndv Shows (A. V. Whllner. gen. mgr.)— Free- 

noTt. in.. »-i4. Elgin m-ai. m . 

MHrtt's Specially Co. (Al. Maria, mgn.)— Brad- 
ford, Me., 11, 12. Rast Corinth 13, Dexter 14, 
Solon Id, 11- ' . 

Mnrkle'* Snlinr South— WIcklltTe. lnd., 11. 

New Km Fkatlng Palace (W. P. MrNalr, mgr.) 
South Carrulltpii.Ky.. U. Rockport 12. 

Parker. C. Wi. Amusement Co. (Cramer A Tyler, 
bits ) — Platlsmoutb, Nebr., 9-14). 



Pblladelpblai. — A project lq on foot by 
a Dumber of capitalist* to purchase Petty'* 
Island, Id tbe Delaware River, opposite Phila- 
delphia, and convert It Into an amusement 
resort similar to Coney Island. The Ulead 
contelDs 300 acres and Is no situated that 
\'. would be eoBj- of access to the residents 
of dowa town as well o<t the northern section 
of the city. It Is proposed to have a bath- 
Ins; beach, n shoot the chutes, a large res- 
taurant, theatre nod numerous other amuse- 
meat feature*. The project will Involve an 
expenditure of at last $1,000,000, and those 
interested are certain that the resort will be 
a big financial success. The Fourth of July, 
which was ushered Id with a rata storm, was 
a big d i so ppoinf merit t« the managers of the 
parka. Clear weather In the afternoon, how- 
ever, helped to even up matters, and good 
sized crowds were In attendance. 

Keith'* (tl. T. Jordan, manager.) — Qu* 
Edwards 1 School Both and Girls, la the skit, 
"Primary No. 2.1," head tht procession of a 
lively bill for week of .luly 0. Others lo the 
list of entertainers ore : Kdwln Stevens, Jock 
Xorworth, Ye Colonial Septette, the Three 
Hickman Broihers, Barry and Johnson, Stan- 
ley and Wilson. John and Bertha HIcli, Alex- 
ander. 0'l.tiiiglilln niid Cohen, Daly and Heno, 
Melnotte. \,n \ole and Melnotte, and the 
klnetograph. 

Bijou (fieorge W. Rife, manager). — The 
stock burlesque company ntjll proven attrac- 
tive to the patron*, and will probably con- 
tinue oil Hummer.. The attendance last week 
was excellent. For the current week, 0-14. 
the burlesques, "The Suit Case Romance" and 
"The Wrong Mr. Corbel t," will be put on In 
addition to the olio, which lacludes: Vice and 
Viola, Browning and Bent ley, Dennett? Sis- 
ters, De Voy and Miller, and Edna Daven- 
port. 

Lyceum (John. G. Jermon, manager).— 
The Jolly French Widows are tenants week 
of ». following a week of good returns done 
by the American Benutles, The olio for the 
week Includes: Maryland Tyson, Fannv Ev- 
erett, Alice Lee, John Conlev and Billy Col- 
lins. " * 

.Wiijnw Orove Park (F. H. LIdcoId, 
manager). — Walter 1'ryor nnd his band con- 
cluded n successful three weeks' engagement 
7. and was succeeded July 8 by Victor Her- 
ttert and his orchestra, which remains for 
three weeks. At the close of bis engagement 
Mr. Pryor was the recipient of n handsome 
diamond studded, gold badge, presented to 
lilm by ji number of the natrons of the park. 
Lust week's crowds were immense, the amuse- 
ment fpntures having big patronage. 

YVooiiHinnrAHK.— Wbeelock's Halted States 
Band still furnishes the principal musical 
feature nt this resort. This park, which Is 
reached after a delightful ride through Fair- 
mount Park, attracts big crowds dallv. 

WniTR Citi (H. at, Auchy, manager).— 
Rig throngs wend their wav dallv to this 
park, the selections bv Lamhlase's Royal Ve- 
netian Band being a feature. Plentv of pat- 
ronage Is being bestowed on rhe various 
amusement features. 

Washington- Park (W. J. Thompson, man- 
ager). — The board walk at this resort has a 
line of amusement features that are attract- 
ing big crowds. The Roman Imperial Band 
is giving two concerts dolly, discoursing popu- 
lar and operatic. selections to those muslcally 
Incllned. 

Notbk. — The announcemeat recently made 
that the William Penn Bill Posting Co. had 
disposed of its business to the American 
Hill Posting Co. Is Incorrect. The concern, 
which is owned by Maoager (!. A. Wege- 
forth, of the Grand Opera House. Is actively 
In the fleld, and contemplates doing an ex- 
tensive business next season. .... .Sirs. Hen- 
rietta Behreoa, wife of Slgfrled Bebreas, the 
local manager of the Metropolitan Opera Co., 
died at her residence. No. 71.~> Locust Street, 
on July 0. Mr*. Behrens was prominent In 
musical circles, and In her youth waft well 
known or a soprano singer on the concert 
stage Bertha freight on has been en- 
gaged as lending lady for the Forepaugh 

Stock for nexf Season .Arthur Mnltland, 

a popular member of the same company, la 
spending his vacation at the Thousand 
Islands The Girard Avenue Theatre An- 
nounces Its opening on Sept. 18, with 
John J. Karrell, In "The Count and the 
Convict" an (he attraction. New Y/ork capl- 
talfata. It Is understood, are planning the 
erection of nn Immense amusement pier at 
Atlantic City. It will cost $i,i)0fi.ooo, and 
will be n hnlf mile In length. It will in- 
clude, In addition to n large casino, u con- 
vention hall nnd a board walk for amuse- 
ment features. Ksttmates were Invited 

last week for n Yiddish Theatre, to be built 
nn a portion of the Free Thinker Cemetery. 
ou Fifth Street, near Spruce. It will be of 
concrete and terra cotta, of the Byzaurlne 
style of nrchltecture, and will have a sentlag 
capacity of 1,800. The cost will be *1">0,IH)D. 
Several of the managers of the Yiddish thea- 
tres In New York are financially interested 
Id the project. 

_., » „ 

Lancaster — At the Hoof (tardea (Chas. 
M. Howell, maaager) current attractions In- 
clude : Jntnes J. Corbett, In his monologue: 
Winiam La Belle. Dunks-ltrazcaUe Duo, 
Shnnnon-SIdman nnd Company, Wm. Schrode 
jrid IJzzle Mulvey, II acker- Lester Trio, and 
moviug pictures. 

Rocky Sprinos Park.— The Mamie Flem- 
ing engagement continues to very good Imsl- 
MM ^ voder Two Flags" Julv Ml, "A Pe- 
culiar Predicament" 12-14. tin the Fourth 
over twenty thousand people visited the park. 

Altoonn.— At Lnkeuionr Park (O. C. 
Hartley, manager) the attendance week of 
July '2 wns big. Due week of : Mile, De 
Lome. De Graff Sisters, Terry sad Klmer, 
HUlv Barlow, nnd Hauly and Flynn. 

Notb. — L. B. Cool will mauage the new 
Bijou Theatre, and the opening is expected 
to occur Sept. .1. 

a ■ 

William nuort.— At the Vallamont Park 
Pavilion (l.v:ujm A. Pray, manager) Valla- 
mont Ktock Co. ployed to capacity, In "wn 
and War." week of July 2. Week of 0, "A 
Wife's Peril" and Polly Primrose." 

Williamkpoiit centennial celebration was 
a grand success week "of 2. 

a»-a-4> 

DISTRICT OF COLt.MBIA, 



Washington. — At the Columbia (T.uckett 
h Standing, managers), this week, the Guy 
standing; Slock Co.. In 'The Tyranny of 
Tears." Lust week, the same company pre- 
sented "Jane." to large and delighted houses. 

Lcat* Paiik (George ft CHI. manager).— 
This resort hns proved very popular with 
our people, thousands of whom gather there 
dallv nnd nlghllv. This week, the new vaude- 
ville attractions nre: The Four Louden* and 
llosltl's Baud. last week. Hevelln's Band 
In the Shell, nnd Ella Zlretla ou the high 
wire, added much to the amusement of the 
crowds _ _ 

CMaTfT Cum Lakr (Herbert Cintide, 
manager).— This and "all weeks of the Sum- 
mer season the Marine Baort (sertlon) dis- 
course music nightly, before great throngs 
of music lovers. 

Notk. — All other places of amusement ore 
closed, 

: — ■*! » — - 

Cari.otta Nh-lson returned from Europa 
July 4. 



Buffalo. — At the Star-Theatre (P, C. 
Cornell, manager) the Summer Btofckv Week 
of July 9, preaenta "The Sword of the King. 
"The Girl with the Green Eyes" did Very 
well. 

Shka's (It Shea, manager) .—Bill for 
una m-w mciuucH : Mlldrtd Holland J..-lin 
Dwyer, Wlllard Hlmms, Bosaire ana Doreto, 
Helms Ersatz. SmlM and Keksner, Yamnmo- 
to Bros., and Diamond and Smith. a 

Lafayette (C; M. Bogg, manager).— New 
additions to the stock Include: Forbes and 
Forbes, Delmo and two original burlesques. 

ATHLCTic Park (R. H. Macbroom, man- 
ager j.— In the theatre, week of 0, will ap- 
pear: Frank Melville. Billy JobnsoA, and 
Creole Belles, la "Qoiog Home." Business 
la excellent. 

Linn's Theatre a»d MimgBM\— iliamie 
Lincoln Plxley, Harry Red, Jessie Hereford 
and Mike Harrey. . 

Rochester. — At the Lyceum <M. R. Wolff, ' 
manager) tbe Stewart Opera Co. scored an- 
other success week of July 2, giving an ex- 
cellent production of "The Bohemian fllrl." 
Kdmi Fasset, Alice Falrbalrn, Win. r,. Stew- 
art and Frederick Knights easily carried off 
the honors. Attendance was fine. "The 
Two Roses" ft-14. 

National (Max Hurtle, manager).— Tba 
Louise Vale Co. surprised Its most ardent 
admirers by Its excellent work week of -, 
when "A Celebrated Case" was put on. 
Charles Carver, Sheldon Lewis and Louise 
Vale scored heavily. "When the Bell Tolls" 
0-14. 

Cook Oprra HorsE (J. H. Moore, maoa- 
ger). — Tbe Moore Stock Co. was well cast 
week of 2, when "Cumberland, *0T," was very 
well portrayed. S. IL O. business. Wlllette 
Kershaw, Lillian Slnoott (her first appear- 
ance In this company). Bertram Lytell. Henry 
Shnmer and (Jus Forbes were excellent. "A 
Royal Family" »-14. 

Ontario Beach Park (Jaa. Clancy, amuse- 
ment director). — Throngs dally. At the open 
air theatre, last week, tbe Dixie Serenaders, 
Five Romanies, Kenyon and De Camara, and 
rhe Gragens amused greatly. Duss and his 
Bead i return engagement) S. Dlavolo i«glns 
an engagement 0. Other acts for week of 
nre; Bristol's ponies, tbe Smiths, and Nelson, 
comedian. 

Casino Theatre (James Reardon, proprie- 
tor). — No change of hill week of 0. Business 
Is good. 

SUM Haven Park iR. E. wiisoc. mana- 
ger). — As usual, this pretty resort la always 
crowded. At rhe open air fh«?atre, last week. 
Adele Purvis Onrl and Youngs and Brooks 
made big hits. Bill 9 and week : Le Clair and 
Hart, Allison and Omega. Max Smith Duo, 
Mnslcfll Thor, and Miss Lee White, 

Sea Breekk Park (B. E. Wilson, mana- 
ger). — Crowds of plcnlcers attend this pop- 
ular report. 

Casino Theatre (Fred H. Grell, mana- 
ger).— Bill and week: Hayden and Hayes, 
Boyd and Stevens, Carolyn Sedgwick, Flor- 
ence Fox, Frank Sisters, and Fraley and 
Aahton. 

Note. — Max Hurtlg, who for the past two 
seasons has been local manager of the Na- 
tional Theatre (Hurtlg 6t Seamoh's house), 
left. Jnly 4, preparorory to taking; up his 
new duties as manager of the Metropolis 
Theatre, New York City. Mr. Hurtlg has 
the best wishes of a host of admirers sad 
well wishers, whom be leaves behind, as be 
was extremely popular here. 

. m ■ - 

Elm Ira— At Itorlck's Glen Park (Henry 
Taylor, manager) "The Brigonds" attracted 
packed houses last week, with the exception 
of Jnly 4, when "The Sultan of Morocco" 
was git-en at two performances to enthusias- 
tic holiday audiences. "Prince Methuselah'' 
will be Bung this week. 

Riai.to (F. W. McConnell, manager). — 
People for week of fl : Mr. and Mrs. Terry 
him./, Grace Watson, Towner Sisters, May 
Nellson. Gertie Woods nnd James D. Proud- 
love, Rlaltoscope and illustrated songs. The 
Buckeye State Quartette wns accorded a cor- 
dial reception last week. 

Eldriuor Park (Enoch Little, manager). 
— Large crowds continue. Manager Little 
has announced that vaudeville win be given 
as an additional attraction the remainder of 
the Summer. 

Notb. — Manager Rels, of the Lyceum, 
through the agency of Resident Manager W. 
L\ Smith, announces that he has leased tbe 
Auditorium, and will remodel the playhouse 
Into an up-to-date vaudeville theatre, book- 
ing attractions there for next season. It 
has been a number of years since profes- 
sional performances bave been given In the 
Auditorium. Henry Dixie and Lawrence J. 
Anhnlt leased the theatre several years ago, 
and Introduced vaudeville. 



DISFIGURI NG SK IN HUMOR. 

Iattpoealbla to Otet Employment, aa Far* 
amd Bod y V, are Covered With loraa 

- la red by Cn 1 1< d ra . 

a*!fiS£!*! **■£ h m l ^" 8 *■■■ trotj. 
bled with a very bad case of ecaema. which 
I have spent hundreds of dollars trying to 
core, and I w.ent to the hospital, but tbev 
failed to care me, and it was geltine- wor^. 
all tUo time. Five weeks ago my 5E 
bought a -box of Outicora Ointment and 
one cake ot Caticom Soap, and I am 
pleased to say that I am now completely 
cured and well. It waa impossible for me 
to get employment, al my face, head a d 
body wer* covered with it. The eczema 
first appeared on the top cf my beaa 
and It had worked all the way around 
down the back ot my neck and around to 
my throat, down my body and around the 
hipb, It itched to 1 would he obliged to 
Scratch it and the .flesh was raw. I am 
now all well, ah<i I will be pleased to reconi- 

jnend the Cuticora £emedie' to ail ptr' 
gys who wish a speedy and permanent 

'cure of skin fflaaaftaan Thomas M. Kcasi. 
ter, 290 Proipect Street, East OraiiKe ■ 

J. Mar. SO; 19Q5Y*- » > "* 



OHIO. 



Cincinnati. — Tbe glorious Fourth Is oyer 
nnd the outing snots reaped the grentest 
hnrveRts of tbelr history, ft Is a trine eariv 
for dramatic movement*. The houses down 
town will all remain closed for six weeks 
more nt least, but tbe middle of August will 
find the burlesque houses breaking into the 
game for amusement patronage, which, Is now 
going in droves to the shaded nooks 

Chester Park (I. M. Martin, manager) — 
"Dreamy Chester" to the new catch line 
Charles L. Dora a has given this popular re- 
sort. .The Chester Park Opera Co. will revive 
"A Milk White Flag" July 8. Lost week 
"Jack and the beanstalk" was put on in 
splendid style. Blnuche Kdwarda was Jack; 



Chas. Fulton, Captain of the Forty 'Inlet h s : 
Clara Palmer, Princess Mary: Edna Remvng* 
Little Miss Muffett: Tom I nre, n good Old 



Albany.— At Proctor's Thentre (Howard 
iliaham, resident manager) excellent business 
continues, and vaudeville of a high class 
umnses the people The most applause dur- 
ing the week was given to Barrows, Lancas- 
ter nnd company. In a clever sketch. "Tac- 
tics;" Le Roy and Woodford, and Wllla Holt 
Wakefield. For July and week: Stauton 
nnd Modena. Anna Chandler. Beasle Valilare 
Troupe, Carroll and Baker, Young American 
tjuix.erte, M rMaine*. and Cnrou aad Herbert. 

Ai.tbo Park (Max Rosen, manager). — 
Fourth of July was a record breaker here, 
thousands enjoying th« attractions aad 
listening: to the hand concerts. Duns' Band 
was a leading feature. Bahcock, In bis loop- 
the-loop and Jeap-the-gap on a bicycle, will 
continue another week. 



Blnarhnmton — At White Cltv (Wm. Ken- 
dall, manager), Klein and Clifton, the Fan- 
tns, Stewart nod Raymond, Cert rude Chick, 
the Creat Chick, 'cyclist, and the Nohrens 
appeared July '2-7, to tremendous business. 
Over ten thousand people visited this resort 
July 4. The Injurrote Village Is expected 
July IS. Lorkhnrdt's Aeronauts commence 
the season's engagement here 8. The Ved- 
mnrs, Dixon, Barlow and lMxon. analnted by 
Anna Hert; flaylord and (Jraff, nnd May 
Bungle nppenr »-14. 

Casino Pauk (J. P. R. Clark, mnnager). — 
Jack Lyle's Pan-American Minstrels are mak- 
ing n great hit at this popular resort, ap- 
pearing to crowds dally. Fully ten thousand 
people visited here Julv 4. 

ton Park (J. P. H, dark, manager).— 
Jack Lyle's ran-Amerlcan Minstrels 5-14. 

Cttra. — At the Majestic Theatre (Wll- 
mer &, Vincent, managers) the Majestic 
Stock Co. closed another week of good busi- 
ness, nnd will present "Sherlock Holmes" 
and "Camllle." this week. 

Dewey Music Hall (David Barry, man- 
ager). — This week : Haley and Harty. Mov 
Lawrence, Plnne Bros., Lola Deene. UttM 
Booth. Flo. Wallai-e, Bnrnes ond Murnes. and 
Tommy Gearus. 

Hi'mmit Park (T. CI. Baker, manager), 

Lnat week's attractions drew big. This week ■ 
Tbe Five Flying Dordens. Dolly Martin. But- 
terfly Dance, moving pictures, and Ryan's 
Orchestra for dancing and concerts. 

L'tipa Park (Scram A Donolioe, mana- 
gers). — Haiti's Orchestra, dancing and bond 
concerts. Utlca Racing Association races 



Troy. — At the Lyceum. Kdon Archer 
Crawford, manager! the Crawford Stock Co. 
did gr>od huslnesB last week. In "Camllle " 
mil for week of July II. "Pink Domlnos." 

Proctoi's (William H. Oraham. resident 
mannger). — The stock company closed for 
the season 7. in "The Man from Mexico." 
*>*-* — 

Thou. W. RrLftt has obtained the Amer!- 
can rights of- "The Belle of Mayfalr" from 
Charles Frohman and s. Uatti. 



King Cole, and James .Mcllhern. a flue Qneen 
'Dowager of the Fairies. Business was tre- 
mendous. Richard Harlow, l.'i. wtien *I4W" 
will be put on. In the Vaudeville Theatre 
8. the Six Semols, Harry Herbert and Arthur 
Vance, tBrare Wilson, and Dick Ferguson and 
Orace Passmore will he seen. Last week's 
bill was good, with Pauline Cook and May 
Clinton as tbe shootlug stunt of the olio. 
Naomi Blbardo. a pretty girl, does a graceful 
act ns an equilibrist. 

CoseY Isusn (Lee II. Brooks ft L. T. 
Anderson, managers) . — The Chester Park 
Opera Co. has taken possession of the new 
stage built as an adjunct (o the grand stand 
overlooking the race track. Under Oscac 
F.brgrrtt "Rtradella" will be presented 8. 
I*ast week that tanefu) creation, "The Mock- 
ing Bird" was well sung. Every member of 
the company, prlnclpnltt and chorus, were 
local talent. The stage was under the di- 
rection of F. IIoenTer McMechan. The cast : 
Gen. Aubrey, Alfred Ducbemln ; Eugene De 
Lorme. John O'Donnell : Maxime Gmndpre, 
Charles (iallngher: Yvette Millet. Margaret 
BOlan: Mnnon De Lunge. Julia Payhe; Jean 
Le Parge. Ernest Simons ; Bob Flacbley, 
Harry Well; Capt. Belolt. Clifford Hech- 
Inger; Don Aurello.De lilender. Kdw. Henke: 
Manjulse De Vlllebols, Clara Taylor; 
Countess liellalre. Clara Nordloh; ECatelle 
Favor. ' Estelle Strueve ; Jnvotte, Blanche 
Bnegier; Chloe, a slave, Frieda Welse: 
cltlzenesses aDd court Indies, Gertrude Speck. 
Ellnore Qitty, Katherine Kummen, lona Harr- 
tord, Lorlae Osscnbeck and Frieda Wesle; 
pony ballet of immigrant, musette and moon 
glilK, Lillian Ducklo. Stella Kelley, Blanche 
Buegler, K&therlae Ilatfleld, Rav Hess and 
Aline Merton : Spanish soldiers Clifford Hecb- 
lrjger, Geo. Vnnce ond Houganrd Nellson ; 
French soldiers, .Ferdinand Spangler, Jos. Mr- 
Kenzle, PTetro Romeo and Arthur Gorno ; 
citizens, John White, Ben Smith and Jack 
Dempsey. Business was quite good. In'the 
vaudeville theatre, cm Lake Como, 8, Amt.se- 
meht Director George Wellington Englebreth 
will present: The Auto Girl, Barney First, 
Santaro and Marlow, Barlow and Kane, and 
Harry I,ove and /.el ma Hollas. Last week's 
hill was cleveak and Introduced the Three Le 
Moines, the Ellsworths, Norman, the Frog 
Man : Mitchell and Browning, and Ml!e. 
Louise. Business was splendid. 

The Zoo. — Wllllnm Kopp and his Cincin- 
nati Baud open a fortnight's run 8. The 
three weeks' stay of InneHs and his band 

§ roved a musical treat and triple profit to 
and. Zoo and people. A. D. Shaw, the 
tenor, shared with Herman Bellstedt and 
Miss Llsteman the Individual triumphs of 
tbe last week. 

Luolow Laoooh (J. J. Weaver, manager). 
— In tbe Rustic Theatre Amusement Di- 
rector W. J. Clark will present Sonsome and 
Jjelllali, Herbert Snitelle. the Le Moyne Sis- 
ters, the Crotty Trio, and Woodford and 
Marlboro, in "A Timely Lessoa:" Maclntusb, 
the high diver, Joins the outdoor attractions. 
John I. Snllivun was the big magnet last 
week He waft Introduced by his manager. 
Frank Hall. Alice Alva. Mile. Marie. John 
and Carrie Mack, and Alain and Lirnl were 
co-entertalners with tbe famous gladiator. 
Business was splendid. 

Ht'MMER CltAT. — "Cafe des Ambossndcurs" 
will be one of the features at the Fall Festi- 
val linns Itlclinrda has gone to Switz- 
erland to spend his Stunmer vacation. . , . . • 
Kdlth Fllziitwih Monroe Is a young reader of 
prominence who la winning much applause 

from those who rccognlie nntlre talent 

The Shrlners are to have their annual out- 
ing at the Zoo, 14 "The Blue Moon" 

Is to have Its premier at Music Hall Allg. "8. 

aad continue for four weeks, closing Sept. li". 

■ »■■- — ^ 

C'nlnnilmft.— At Olentangy Park (W. W. 
FrosserY manager) a good bill, week of July 
1, constating of Salmon nod Chester, Walter 
Daniels, the Bootblack Quartette, the Mu- 
sical Bennett*. Ssvan and McBrlen, Teiar- 
cana and Walby, and Alfred Anderson, 
pleased good house?. Bill for week of 8 j 
Howard j'rumnn, Al. Luwreuce, Hose and 
Carter, Schroch and Rice. St John and I -e 
Fevre, nnd the Schubert Quartette. Rosati's 
Band continues to be a popular attraction. 

Colli NH* Harukn (II. Collins, maougcr). 
— -This plensure j»|wt continues to draw good 
crowds. Tbe bill during week ot 2 Included : 
Johu and i:ila McDowell, Stepaer mnl Abpcr, 
I^eonnrd. Siphle nud Annettn. Bill for and 
week: Christopher D'Noles, John nnd Carrie 
Mne. and the Two Hrena. 

Notes — The Vaughn G laser Stock Co. will 
open a two weeks' engagement ot Olentangy 
Park Jnly 15. "Prince Carl" will be the 

opening bill Announcement hns been 

made that F. O. Miller will remain at raan- 
nger of ihe Grand Opera House for the Shu- 

berts next sen son Indlanola Park had 

the Mexican Zamora Family as an attraction 
for Its open air theatre during week of -- 
Tbe Whtard Bros, nre booked for week of i»- 

High Street Thentre Is to be the first 

theatre opened, with Vogel'B Minstrels. 30- 
Aug. 1. The bouse han been thoroughly re- 

nnvatPd and the atage has been enlarged 

Jne Mazlkttn. u Columbus bov. who haw been 
doing a musical act on the Western circuit, 
was kilted In a railroad wreck near Lorain, 
Kan., Jane fl. Mrs. Mailatta has been visit- 
ing here with her parents Charles E. 

Jw.ii, ui ciiuagu, n..u j .ti .%• ft id T. Albee. tbe 
well known vaudetllle man, were here 0, 



JULY 14» 



THE !fBV YORK CfrlpPBB. 



571 



inrtklnc brer the Empire Theatre, ibelr new 
.roiiiHlttoB. <Thtj cooaulted ■ Fred Elliott, 
the well known architect, and decided en a 
number of change*. The house will open In 
the Kail a* th« Keith and will be under the 
miDdftemeut of W. W. Proaaer.who his 10 
T'gjflafff managed the theatre at' Oten* 
tangy Park (or the past four aeatjona. 

Man"A>lU, — At the Orphium. ((Jim Sun k 
c, Nanmyvniailageta) rreekof July 2 : CHS 
mm Co., ntewntlng "Married 'liter Frank 
Barlow and Morris Kane, Harry J. Wheeler, 
and Hcnatot Frank Bell. T'.h theatre closed 
t(> first season July 7, with the forejrolng 
hill, and will open It* Summer season of llliw- 
irotcd songs, motion picture*, etc., Aug. 20. 
The manager*. Messrs. Sun k Murray, have 
h rlrcult of fourteen theatres at Springfield, 
Humllioii. Lima, Chlillcothe,- Newark, I*orte- 
moutb. I'lipirt and Mansfield, lu Ohio, and 
Richmond. M uncle and Columbus, In Indiana, 
and Wheeling and Deuora, W. Vu.. and Mor- 
rison, It-, which they will open next aeaaon 
and send companies over the- circuit. The 
SummM* season at thin theatre will continue 
with motion pictures, motion and Illustrated 
pongs, etc., and reduced admission. 

Lake Park CASiNO.-^-THfl Barlow Mlnstrela 
bid standing room only all las>t week, to Im- 
mense Ba-tUfaction. For and week, the 
Osman Stock Go. 

Cleveland;— At the ttuclld Avenue Gar- 
dens (.Max Kaetkenheuer. manager) "The 
wedding Day" la the. ottering by the Garden 
Theatre Opera Co. week of Jnly 1». "The 
Merry Khan" had good houses week uf II. 

Colimbum (Hurry D. Kline, manager). — - 
"Facing the Music" Is the offering by the It. 
<\ Hers Stock Co. week of 0. "Lord Chum- 
ley" had good receipts week ol 2. . 

KEITH'S (II. A. Danlela, manager). — Bill 
week of V> Includes: David M. Hartford and 
(ompany, Harry Davenport, Campbell and 
Johnson, Dixon and Anger, Uelger and 
Walters, Saonu. and Alexis and Scbajl. 

I.UKA Paxk (Rlwood Hntsbury, manager). 
—The chief attractions week of 8 are: The 
Navnasars. a band of girl muak-lans, and 
Anna Zuyle. wire walher. 
~ . ■ ... _ i | 

Canton— At the Park Theatre (L. n. 
Cool, «aauger) unprecedented business was 
done week of July 1. Elterton. a former 
Canton hoy, and the Yamamoto Bros., proving 
the prime favorites. Bill- for 8 and week : 
The Marco Twins. Quip?, Mackey and Nlcker- 
son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred I.ucler, the Orhginal 
Bootblack Quartette, Dorothy Kenton and 
Arthur Demlng. 

N'oteh. — iielTa, the con tort Ion 1st, has left 

to Join the Four Nelsons act The sixth 

semiannual meeting of the Canton Driving 
Park Co. attracted an unusually long string 
of horses, 3-0. Patronage large. . . .The Stock 
County KUtcddford was held July 4. and drew 

capacity audiences ut the Auditorium- 

fiarkoot's Carnival Co. had fair business week 
of July 1'. 

■— . -* 

Toledo — At the Casino Theatre (Otto 
Kllves. manager) business Is tine. The stock 
company. In "The Man from Mexico," was a 
big success July 1 and week. "Nlobe" 8 and 
week. 

K*rm Theatbe (Joe Peartotlne. manager). 
— Business Is fair. Last week's bill was up 
to l be standard. BUI 8 and week : The five 
Perlacoffs. Eugene O'Koutke - and company, 
Salmon and Chester, Savan and O'Brien, 
Harry and May Howard, and Harry Bdson 
and dogs. 

CnvsTAi. (Geo. Laurie, manager). — Busi- 
ness was fair 1 and week. This house Is now 
closed until Sept. 2. 

.«■■-- 

YonnsitDwii. — At Idora Park (E. Stan- 
ley, manager) tbe current week the bill em- 
braces : The Five Columbians. Senator Frank 
Bell, May Wlllurd and Madge Hughes, and 
tbe Alvln Bros. Week of July 10, the Barlow 
Minstrels. 

Avos Park (Jos. W. Wess, manager). — 
Bill week o(8 Includes: Armlnta and^Burke, 
Post and ltttsKell, Katie Iloopoy and Harding 
Co..:D,. J. Harrington, and Henri Kreneh. . 

Note. : — Both Idora and Avon Parka drew 
big crowds on the Fourth, Idora attendance 
heme a record breaker. 

«■ » 

MINNESOTA. 



flipper IjejH Off la 

In order to avoid mlatakca and to 
inmre the prompt rieliret-y of the 
letters ml vert Ml in ihla - Hat, an 
envelope plainly addreaaed most he 
vent for eateh letter* and a written 
order for the letter, aliened with the 
fall, name and address and the line 
of boa In en a followed by the sender, 
must also he enclosed. 

Please mention the date (or nam- 
bc-r) of the CLIPI'Iiil In uhiel. the 
letters aent for were advertised. 

LADIES' LIST. 
Alt!*, Leah franklin 1 ..villa 

Adams, tiracc Ciwhera IlelfeM 
Atlanis Mm.K.W rrey. Jennie C.- 
Alien, Buth Pay sister* 
Anibtr, Mabel hiorello. Ollre 
Arnold, (Jraoe l-'lake, ,M;i> 
Afbley, Lillian KM Mrs. J. C. 
Allen. Idn Klikc, Mny 

IKnaon. Ma We I'ay. Pail a 
Ituker Beatrice Damme. Qaada 
fcarmn, Mamie I'lors. Mildred 
lUync. Jwsle 1'oj;, Helen 
Bryant, Violet I'lorlne. .m:ic, 
llurg, Bilwltr l"(j\, Ixjtia 
barlow. Kllle haV-y. Leslie K. 
Ru*vell. Mlllun Franke. Cal 



Plowing Mr.M 

II: V c. jL'fUlC 

Burnalde MltaO, 
Brblge*. Ruby 
Bartntitf, 

Florence I.. 
l:elnsco, RmIiIc 
Parry, Dora 
Prtl ltroma. 

Beatri-x 
Decker, Nellie 
Parker Mrs. HI, 
Iiovrileo, Ray 
Ikimln^a. fcdltb 
Uacber, Mrs. W. 
Parry, Mm. L 
Prink, Jessie 
Haker, Fannie 
Hpubchi, Mabel 
l.arrill Mary A. 
Blgden, Ilyrtle 
Harker. 

Maryuerltt 
Itaklwln 



Ilka 



A. K 



Minneapolis — -At the Metropolitan Opera 
Heose (L. N. Scott, manager) week begin- 
ning July 8, Dick Kerrla Stock CO. and.Klo- 
lence Stone. In "Doctor Bill." This com- 
pany played to crowded houses In "Joan of 
Arc ' week of I. For 15 and week, same com- 
pany. '.In "The Sorcereas," ■■ „i 

L\i:i:t'M ij c. Speetx, manager).— Ralph 
Stuart Stock Co.. In "Winchester, week o( ». 
Same compuny rSay?d to fair houses 1 and 
week, In "The Sliver King." This house will 
close for a time 14, Mr. Stuart, feeling the 
eeed of a short vacatloou * 

I.'Mqi'K (John Kltlott, manager).— Bin 
f>r I and week : Cowles and Alden. Beeraer 
and fiyrle. Stafford und Stone, the Gladstone 
Children and Herman La FIcur. Business 
fair S and week. 

Womikblasu Paiik.— Special features for 
the week of 1: Joseph McCauley, baritone, 
'he man who sings with the band. In the 
dedication of a new song. "Wonderland." 

LmkkHarbiktIKiof Pavimon. — Oberhnffer 
Orchestral Band each afternoou and evening. 

Note.— Carl Hagenueck 2. and Rlnglln-,* 
Bros.. i(. ench turnt'd away crowds that were 
unable to gain admission. 

Dnlnth — At Hie Lyceum (C. A. Marshall, 
manager) Tom Marks and company opened 
tbe house, for one week, July 2. rhe hill was 
chanced nightly, and business was fair. Mr. 
Marks had a good, supporting compuny, and 
the plays -were alt new here. The next a.t- 
tracllon will lie David Proctor, In "A Mtf* 
ea^ from Mars," to. 
^Ietkopolitan ( W. 11. Longstrcet, mana- 
ger) .—The Jolly Pulls, the hypnotists, played 
to fair to good business last week. 

utjot' (Joe Maltland. manager!. — Buslnesa 
continues to rapacity night and day. People 
for » and week: Mr. and Mrs. Cal Stewart, 
HiDf and ItHnT. Rrtby Mary. Ed. Martin, 
Miller and Martin. Morey t^ong, Jaa. Mc- 
f-teHiin, and the motion pictures. 

WHITE Citi opened for business June 30, 
but was not entirely In ahape at the time. C. 
A. Marshall, of the Lyceum, Is the general 
manager here. There were about thirty thou- 
sand people here on the Fourth. 

I . ■ 

'St. Paul — At the Grand Opera House 
Theodore L. Unys. manager) the George 
lawcett company. In Vibe Cowboy and the 
Lady," had fair to good business week of 
July, 1. The Middleman" will be the bill 
week of 8. 

Kurrae 'Benjamin Fink, manager and pro- 

Srletor). — The new management witnessed a 
lg increase In business, week of 2. For 
week of f), new people: The Hede ricks, the 
Zenos, Mabel Carroll end I'olly U'Nell. Those 
holding -oi-ar; Theresa Kemp. Vera liOrulu, 
Fanny Weston. 1,1111" Uarnett. Jessie Ben- 
liftt. the Great Denby, Bertie Van Hank, 
Mary Haute lie and Vera Stanley. 

Note.— Kor the Jtingllng Brothers' Shows 
the weather wag perfect, 7. and the attend- 
ance afternoon and evening was to capacity, 
i he parade was .almost. If not quite a mile 
long, and created great enthusiasm. Satur- 
day afternoon closing on the large part of 
the Btores and offices gave everyone n chance 
to take Id tbe circus. 

« ■ > 

ArKE* and Collins, trick ride and platol 
shooting act, write: "In a ahootlog match 
i" Or-fo*i. «... .Mr. Acker marl* ten bull's 
tyes at two hundred yards, patting ten bul- 
lets in an. eight turn bull's eye target. This 
tob aald to be the best score ever made oo 
B rifle range." 



Huron. Marie 
llobawwn, 

Mrs. Pert 
III Intnl. Jpssle 
Rruatnil Ihlfiiat 
Uii.it hum, Etla 
Cultahau. 

M. Grace 
Cnote CliHrlvttc 

tule. aba. 

< :: l « ■'■.. Ada 
Cliixton Loretta 
Cooper, I. 1 :--!,; 
Carter, Lallan 
Cherry, Mrs. V. 
Cmtle. Dutly 
Clmtham, Flo 
Cameron. Nellie 
Cantor, Kiiici 
Coate. Cbarlutte 
iXmk, Loreiu 
1'hou. Nettle 
Buerr Miirjarct 
l»c-moii'l, Ida 
Donovuu Fiianle 
De Uran, 

i .Mrs. Henri 
Duw. Marble 
l»ale, Violet 
llnike, Kc.tik'P 
llrukc, K/inlueC 
Dun), Kulbryu 
Divpftpoi't. 

. Mrs. I,. r, 
Dwlght. Mrs. 
Urake. Verna 
fi ; -Val. Jewell 
tifitriH, 8itbe) 
De Vera), Rose 

Fhiw, Maitik 
(are. Freda 
tti' Pontus Mae 

tie Llale. Mae. 
i..' vie, Fanny 
)>iitpu, Aaallu 
ITIvry. 

• Margerlne 
IVluto, Miss !>. 
Dehnore, Mabel 

L>an. - 

Mrs. Harry 

rtnTidye. Helen 
C'pfaye, Kvelyii 

it l.liiM'.- 

Drew, Elaine M 
lit- I. tele, Mae 
IkpVHM Jennie 
Khrhart. 

Mri. John I! 
Kurle. Dorothy 
KxcirUu, .Mile. 

i-A.'i.'iiii Mile. 

Fisher, »Iae 



FrorombolO, 

Aogusl 
(iagnoux I,;; H I'll 
tlieen. Uoi^e 
Ciluwr. ilirt-te 
(Imlian:, K.3al» 
• iorjeit. Marian 
iliiguom LaBell 
lin>?Jean. Gila 
Hall, J me: 
Hull, BlniK'lie 
tlaren, Janet 
llnxrn, Alice 
Houmtrti Deatllc 
Herbert. Mabel 
Koyt. Ur.iee 

HtTI'llTiuli Co. 

Maud 
Harding Mrs. K. 
llilvLinl Ile-nle 
Harrlaun Minnie 
Hester, Nettle 
tili-lca. rk-lle 
Hoyton. KiUle 
Hnettod. Sadie 
Hathaway Aiki 
lluidies Kloreni>i 
Ilmnlltmi, 

1- in ilk- 
Hel^-tit. !tagi;le 
Hoyton, Kittle 
Ilolleilay. MUs 
Jecnton, Irm 
Jtiuxen, Msrle 
Jnckaou l.oni-ic 
Joyce. Mav 
Jcwell. Base! 
KMJrell, Mnrle 
Ktniffer. Klsle 
King. ICtUth 
I "i .iii::]. .May 
l.rtwretwie Iliisltu 
lA-Ws. MUmle 
Uec. Jein W. 
Lawrence. Mr«. 

I Is v. |': II-: 

U-Hoy Kllaultetti 
l.ei;-liluu IMiiiilIi 
U-t.v. Mrs.Jiilm 
Lmigley. „ 

i.-ni-e W. 
.ewla, DalMy .-. 
I.f Clair. Violet 
Livingston, 

Pearl 
l.ynntle Slaters 
l-ajvreiu-e. 

Maxle 11, 

1.11-sltT, l/)llfnu 

Uimell, Itose 
I ,c?.ii.li! Therestii 
i.fwfs. Marine 
I ;".f]U. Mrs. 
Lane. Miss Bee 
l.cl^J). Sarah 
Martian Jlmiile 
Miller, itnlli 
Md.'.irri, 

Caroline K. 
Madison, May 
Montcialre. 

Itertli:i 
Murray. I'tllth 
Marks, Mrs. M. 
Melruse. Nellie 
MaltlBO'I Mu>>)e 
Meredith Pearle 
Montague. Mho* 
MeCov. Bessie 
Murtell. Alle 
Morgan. Kittle 
Marlon. Delia 
Myers Mrs. M.S. 
Male. Llmler 
.Mova, Mrs. Tuiii 
McCoy. .Nellie 
.Mh^od. Alice 
Mortimer, Jean 
MtKart. Kva 
Muntforri Ktlleen 



MUdiell Coral,. 
Melnqurne May 
Marshall, Allle 
Nnrrl-s. Lillian 
Nelson, 

Miss Shirley 
Nit ram, Ileseta 
Owens, Mary 
Onlway Laurie 
I'rjor, -Alius 
1'nrr, Helleu 

Sulcicy Mr«. O. 
i ■-!<], i:iitflh-tii 
O'Urlen, K. 
(VUrlen. Kittle 
t'rttlymaa Edith 
I'uwell. Rene 
I'uttnn, Orarv 
Kario. Mrt. P. 
Reecc, I^vlle 
Ocudlpg. . 

Fra.ii (.'CMC as 
nebtnsoo. Eiliol 
lU-rker, Mjrtle 
HiTers. Margret 
Kiiyii.-ir'.:. Eilllu 
lilcbi'V Josepblti 
Koatln-i A 

Stcfens 
llphan Lillian 1.1. 
Itehaa. Artrletta 
Keynolds, Hnth 
]iey-»ltta. Illlth 
lU[>no. Antttu 
Ua-Mlne, I 'earl 
Saint-JoiH>a, 

Carolya 
sioikr. MlHlred. 
Sbatr. Alice 
Mil:...-:. M,urle 
H tales, Nellie 
Somers Ktlltli 

M It.i.'iiH -. 

little W. 
Sparrow Marie 

Steele. llertrndc 
Stuart, Ermine 
Sbeloo-1, June 
Mckri-I, Usel 
si. Clair. Nellie 
Stuart. May 
StewHrt, l.lnle 
Sullivan, Vernu 
Sliaw, IIIdt'yM 
Stevens.. Delia 
stlner Mrs. I'M 
sierra rt, Maxle 
Mileld. Klla 
Taylor. Mae 
Tiansfleld Mrs.T 
Turner. i*lara 
Taylor. Knirua 
Tlionullke Lyllo 
Tuylor, Miss K. 
Tbotuuaoo. 

, ; Mr». a. w. 
Van Kin.', Kitty 
Yangliu liurotby 

'. ijn-iii,'. Mali 1 :' 
VnnBtiren Cora 
Victoria, 

Dui-othy 
Vviijin. l.-.ttle 
\erne, Nellie 
V nlrier, Fannie 
ViitK-II, Klisabtli 
win t c. Mrs. T. 
Wycberly, 

Margaret 
Wlilier, li'iiilpr. 
Webb. Mnttle 
Wlllnnl. Violet 
Worth, Cnrlbel 
Wolvln. tlrnce 
Walker, UIU 
Wrotlte. Mrs. 
Webb. K.'i'ii 
\V'oodwnn| DollU 
Winters, ram 
WelU. Mis.C. S. 
Warren Edith C 
WJIII/tn-. 

Mrs. Hert 
WIlNon, Dulsy 
Wynne. M-ini 
Walters, Nellie 
Ulillnry Kllnrl* 
Wooil, Kiii^enla 
Wliiie, Jessie 1). 

\ i ' .'I - - 1 1 -J ;. ' T , 

I :< irecce 
Voung. Era 
York, Jnlla 
Znm|is. Mba 
Zepli, Jjiuua 



GUKTLKMEN'S LIST, 

Adams, George U-itkr. K. It. C.iln, It. p. 



/ijiicm. Jack 
AekeT, M. A. 
Alyn, iMfi! 
Adums, Musical 
Allen, <;. Harry 
Allison, 

Mr. a Mrs. 
Alalie a '.'mi 
Atwell. Jolmiile 

"AUHT. 

Truiuiieters" 
Alu-iii A Dazter 
Arnold. J. F. 
AnnstroiiK Walt 
Alblnl, — 
Albert la, 

Lnvrencc 
afjaatraaj Movt 
Alilean, Joe 
Austin Harry V 
Albert In, 

l.awrenoe 
Ai'kcm'itui. K. 0- 
AH, tilde 
Allen,. Ulysses 
Andrew*. Clyde 
Afliby Di-.st.U. 
Allen, H. E. 
a Mo. Kretl 
A I Hold. II. C. 
Alvln & Kenuey 
Alrio, Max 
Atinstroug, 

J ii ii' en J. 
A: i ii -i i i-iiii; Walt 
Ittrnstelii, T. 
UHurs, Hill 
BhtTrHt Trki 
blasett, Tom 
Barlow A 

. . Nlcolaon 
Bar beau 

Biusa Baud 
Batbrtek, 

SetiMin B. 
Basil. Nick 
Beers. W, F. 
Ilpl/onl, Al. G. 
Belfonls. Tbe 
Urtlait Trio 
Uarretl. Dan 
Berg. Carl 
Uames. Joe U. 
Blstoln. <;. 
Boyle. Krancbt J 
Harney*. Three 
BraddtKk. 

it -.■■j r W. 
Beek. Herliert 
Belmont, Harry 
Barmtrs, Lan- 
caster k Co, 
Birch. Jobn 
Bowman. I-.-! 
Broahorre, 

• Jnckaon 
Uouluii &. TlUaoti 
Baiter. P. P. 
Uu.tr k Evana 
Brown, w.ilt.M 
Burns, Gas 
Birder. C. F. 
Brown, RoblO-B 
lliirtou. timn' 
Bbnd*ll. Vtrt 
Bex bey. Robt- 
Porboar, Law. 



Bryant, Hum 
liiueilii. Arllmr 
Beam, Mark K. 
llerzar, — 
Beesoii T. J. Jr. 
Btunluetmi 8.8, 
Bresforil. J. '1'. 
Baker Harry K, 
Bat l"i- i'i.i Mr- 
Box, Teil K. 
Hr.i/ll k Brazil 
llaiinoii. Jue A, 
Baker, Harry 
Uarrlntton. 

Sidney 
tl'iniiell, Geo. 
llvyle. 

B. Uuttler 
Be! I mot] t. 

I'rvL ,1. U 
Bristol, W. M. 
H|«ek, Elton 
licrkely, GeoiKi. 1 

!trowi||t<ic np 
;s'.:nv M: mui M 
luxh, Ilemiaii 
Itelniotit. Broek- 

Uiail Mac. 
Itulley k Austin 
ttallas, tlei>rge 
Knker, Myron 
Hoyd, Al (Col) 
lltiiess, Jtiiltis 
Henley, Kdyriinl 
Iti-niiett. Mark 
Benmilotlo. T. 
Ibirr, Morris 
llulle.v, Italpb J. 
llrndford Iluuy 
ItaMwln I'-arney 
'Vein. Frank 
lyerly, C. K. 
HuriiM. TIum. b. 
Ilurkliardi Cha«. 
Broner. Walt H. 
Elrjudon H.iiv i: ■ 
Uinv:i h'raukC. 
Hi.wi'i-, Myron 
benhett. Murk 
lie-sell HoMen 
Hi- ii City ■ 

Comedy I 
Bnlley. J, iv. 
Hoyer, Claude'. 
Beck. Jobn 
Rtirt. Frank.!'. 

Geo. II. 
Cbriatonber, 

Frani 
Clark. Frank U 
Columbia Four 
Carson A 

iVlll.tr. 
Clark's D071 
Curtis k Adam 
foliim! lans. " 
CatL K. v. 
CrMt. Wm. 
Cr«My, W. II. 
Cramer, Joe 
Conifer, F. W. 
Cleveland, 

CI mid* I. 
Conway, Nick 
Callahan Jaiae*- 
Carroil .igbnny 
Cain, wai* J. 



Clenieut, Clay 
(-'tiniiliiprliuiii. 

Tlios. 
Colby & Way 
Cleveland C, I,. 
Cask, Chester 
CiiiuiInKlntni. 

Thoa. V. 
Ctirton Urllarry 
Cauipls?!! A- 

Beriell 
Cornelia Family 
Cusbman Frank 
Cromwvll. air. 
Curtis, J. B. 
Clair, Henry 
Cntttellauos Jos. 
Carroll & Clark 
titl by Family 
Carvel, Clar. W. 
Clirtoa, H. U. 
CJark, Pi T. 
taaa & Coleman 
Crosaley, II. I.. 
Clurk. !)r. W.C 
ructiiirtuos josef 
CroBs ai 

Huilltevt 
Crossley. H. L. 

Jonnsun 
Cumnbell. 

Wright A. 
CollliiH. Dan 
Cabler, Doe 
Coll. Maurice 
Cblnman, 

Everette 
i.'l:,i!er'V:i .AriE 
CarmtMly, J. ;«. V 
I'lark. Bruee 
Cliriou. Elmer 
Uramer, Win. G. 
■Haara. Una, D. 

Cl-.il/. Mia- I. 

Copenhauer, 

Joltn Jr. 
Crawford, l^-w 
Cuben. A. 11. 
Cornell k ftlily 
Carletoti, Al. 
Culliatie, Will K 
CiiinptxU Af>rew 
Campbell, Mt;r. 
Cross k May* 
Curbelt. aja. J. 
Corona, — 
CblM*. <;■■■. A. 
1'badwk-k. J. 
Ojruell ll^iul'll' 
nmpplllc. I'al 
I'xtle, B A KdU ll 
Dunham. Jick 
Ihraey, Geo. L. 
Dawson. II A. 
Ha Coma. Mr. 
ile Witt. Hhorty 
k Lillian 
»aRblniton AInt 
vjiiCoiirt Jns.K. 
Harrow, Mr. ik. 
Mm. Stuait 
tMwpaejr. Joint 
Orinr,. Harry OL 
Jayi Qeo. W. 
Jatieli Wattar 
Ofxoo 4t Aortt 



Dilby. A. (t: 
llalaw. A. M. 
U*a*e», w.iIl B 
Ufaxon F. Cbat. 
Hivldtou, John 
Dtlpbluo A 
■-...":. Deluwri 
Drutie, Kim 
Dervla. Jsa. T. 
lfeiiiliijc, Artti. 
Dnvldoun Taylor 
Duncan, Wm. A 
Ikive, Jobnny 
Uratea. W. E. 
Daltona. :; 

: (Acrobats,' 
Define. E. J. 
DeUnore, Tom 
Doraer. Mr. 
Dc \el«le. Bert 
Put tan, Wm. 
Elkairorili, 
Hiwey. Br. 8.F 
Honoftbne,. J. W. 
l'unlai'. Leonair>l 
ltelmii (Maek. 
Bewar. Prof. 
Beonao. Wrtl. 

Warrca 
Driwoll. Kri. 
BarllnC. tl. F. 
Iii.-»*n on 

. Med. Co, 
Drake. MM T, 
Haablelt WHIM 
lhmlay. Willie 

DelrtllPJ, M. 

Dully, RaaV 
Dtuin, Geo. H. 
Kills, Bobt. 
Evans. Harry 
Eagan, Jno. K. 
Emery. Cans. B, 
Kkartd, Jobn ■ 
Edmunds. 

J. Coney 
Kllery. 

Chanutnif 
FiiKllsb, W. P. 
F^kvteln Willie 
Eliltld. Gonlon 
Klmenttorf W.C, 
Ketorbrook Kred 
My i t a n a, Tbe 
hllawortb, 

Warren 
Everett. JarMH 
I'toainl. F. 0. 
Flood n . . 
Franc. Chun. II 
l'lojd. Ed. B. 
Fltsgenld. 

Harry 
t'Vnianilez,, 

llarry 
Ferrell, Fred 
l'lwm, Jark 
Frunkl, Max 
Fiiblo, A. 
l'nlke Chaa. H. 
1 la voile. F. -O, 
rMri A Barry 
Finherg. Clias. . 
Flynn, Joe 
Font. Billy 
Fftel, M. 
Flood, Ja-t. B. 
Flood, V. A. 
Froato, 1 'ii.'. 1 
I'l-jcv, lint. E. 
l'vrguwo. llarry 
Frank, Will 
Fiiiiehcr. Joe 
Flemen A.Miller 
Falrclillda. The 
Fox. V, E. 
Flnncgaii CbaaC 
Fiiltou. Mr. 
Kranx. 8ls. 
I '■,-'. Victor 
Fulton. Arthur 
FlUgcrnW, Dick 
Farley, J. A 

Houuir 

rield. J. Koeer 
Field. J. B. 
!"<■-.<■■.. Freil 
l-'iilton, uJa. C. 
Fant, Carey 
Klavelle. Frank 
Flnrlda. Geo. A. 
Ford. Geo- F. 
Franklin. Dr. C. 
Fulton, Arthur 
liooi F, A. 

IVd. Jack 
Fowler. Jno. C. 
Fuintt, J. . 
iJutick IMwell M 
(ilrurd k 

Gardner 
Coolniaua. Mi 
C-oiden A Hughes 
Uraiit, Ai 
tiardner k 

. Colder 
(ioldln, Horace 
Liray, Julian 
Uatduvr k ■ 

atoddart 
l>runl, Cbaa. 
ttr?Ht a W 
Clurflee, Chan, 
(■iirj.iir, Jaa- ri. 
GueaUi-o Frank 
Grofer, > 

-Leutuird fir. 
Calliiiiors Artli- 
liteene KuseoeD 
GilU'tt. JuboD. 
tiiiMoer, ■ ■ 

Hiipiiy Jack 
'.niruM, Fred 
Greene. 0. H. 
Gufmau Bnw. 

MlnslrelH 
Cilihereltl Cbn-. 
<i ray. Roy 
GsUlbault. HumE 
Gurtion. Chaa. 
Guthrie IleiiryA 
Gonlou. Ilobert 

(•UlBH, (||(> 

Grant. I*. D. 

GuiOM'Ut. E. N 
GurlteUI CiM.-.ii 
ill lawnl. 1 Lotila 
t^onwlmi Ttie 
(lagan. Barnpy 
Grscey, Dan. 
Gllherf, FrtHl II 
Grlcg. Wm. 
Goljlen Geo. F. 
l.l.vii'Iiin. Walter 
Greene CIiuk. N 
in!'.): , John 
Grarey. W: II. 
Gorey. Wm. H. 
Grey k Grab am 
Greene, L. 1„ 
Gornuial Harry 
Grade k 

it." ;:■/'': 
GIIIkiiw John J 
Kleawn. John 
lloey ft 1,^ 
llefron. Tom 
Howard iBIund 
Holland. Chin. 
Hart, Btlly 
Hi-nderaoo A 
■ Boa* 

IlJller. B. C. 
FIMcm. Clna. 
Hoitan, Krneat 
Ifdluian. D. A 
H<<.tvkl<H ALeill 
Hellmun DuveA 
Ifainllton Uoad 

llllnllrJt. 

I Prof. Fred 
Hard. Fred W. 
mrrlBoii A 



llrllmi.n, D. A. 
Ulliilna, Ben 
Hirwu>d Frank 
llVH-ard Melv. B 
Malt. Jeffewou 
flerbert. Mr. 
Holland, 0. B. 

.olniea. F. M. 
Jeara. i*-vi 
lUtrlnitim John 
Uuward. Jack 
Haye*, Mr. 
lletly. Tim 
Hum illun, 

- Ool. G. II. 
Harrington J. W 
Henry, J. K. 

Holiday. U. v. 

Holland. Cbaa. 

lierta. Cart 

llawley, — 

lltiui'N'-il IoiiIb 

t EX Emit 

lllinlnclciii. 

Jno. A, 

llnuk-r, Unrry 
Iari«r. Harry 
Jay* Ilarrer II 
iftlvn « Vmhi 
iantreta. Chan. 
larri*. Bob 
larrlriiiton J.ll 

lluitton, i. H. 

Ib'land. J. C 

Hyde. Walter 

Garland, A 

I loll Is. -Ft 

HarrliiRtou, 

Dkii J 

luurunl, JiK'k 

lainnwitd, Cbn^ 

loch. I'm 1 1 

liilttend, A. F. 
Il.irln.ra, Maeay 
Infttani, Mllcb. 
Imboff, Roger 
heliilid. G. II. 
IiUdv ACoT.lt 
liifniio, Cboa. E 
hi. A Dean 
Irwin I'n-r.J. 1; 
Jmhl. FrotJnoH 
Juimen & llanu 



Hamilton, 

. Fred A. 
noirard. Jack 
Hanast, 



. C. JC. 
und. J.ll 



Joblumn 

Carroll K 

JurtU. Willurd 
JlFlfM 1 , To<W 
Juli if *, ChaK. 
JtnklnN, Jan. c. 
JuIiIihou. Snumel 
Joiininp*. T. U. 
Johtiaton J. W. 
J ni-1. i:url 
.li-rdHti. I.L'ivli 
JiickwMi A 

Iventwortli 
JonUii. Cbaa. 
Jiimm. Arthur 
Jetniitton. W. J, 
Jetmlng*. II. B. 
Kbits. 1'iisit 

Ni'-w:-. M. n 
Knriilc. CbaH. 
Ktno, Welxh A 

Melroiw 
King. Karl 
I- **r 111. FrankL.' 
hern, Jullai* ' 
Kelly. Arthur J 
Kimbei-k. Walt. 
;etly, EttK-nnl 
JapL m. J. 
KIpb;, Wm. v.. 

I.droiier Edward 
Kendall, Frank 
Kieiiey. TIhih.W 
Kubeier, Cbas. 
heebie. Frank 
h I pen 1 lif n-11 . 

ltk-linnt 
Kelly. J op K. 
Kohler. tMtn 
Katx, Emexl 

Ki-llv. ChlK J. 

Keaton, Joe 
Kane. Jolm E . 
hlmliall. Julius 
Kilns. W. II. 
ki'jnieily, J. E. 
f.nlvlla. i:ii: 
l^on.A Adeline 
Lea, Tom 
Laiiljt. Wm. 
I jeer. Willie 
Lnwrewe, Bete 
f.uwrenee. Al 
Lorulne. Harry 
1'iwandii t)!iuar 
Link, Billy . 
I^e. Altwrt J. 
Lat:elbi.TriHi|>e 
Li' Blollie. Wm. 
Liinti, Harry 
Lwty. AiLueler 
LafTfl Trio 
Leoimnl John X 
(.cmlmnl Btoh. 
I.i'VlU. Joe 
Ly«tf>, AHretl 
l.avlne. Ollk* 
Lelb-y A 

lintel tun 



Mjert, "Harry O 

Mel -en be Met, 

UHy w. 

Muyer, Thoa. C- 
MeCartby. Cbl» 
McDoaafd A 

' - Cambrll 
Iterver. L. *L 
Mercer. Larry 
MaranalL ~ 

tMntk) 
Marron, Jaa. V. 
Meeker, Mm. 
Mocti'ajicrf A 

. Cantoi 
Miller. C u. : 
itoorex. The 
Mum. Truman 
Miller'* 

RlephanH 
.Murrv, La w rem- 
Mick. Robt. H. 
Mannlns, E. W. 
'"arnlt»*-I»ew. 

- Fedor 
Marka, lleary II 
Morrow, it,*. A. 
Melraae. Wm. R 
Jlonyet, W. M. 
Manlre, Wm.li- 
Mi:Kennn, Joe 
Mar*. Ww.. A. 
Morton, Walter 
Noryrorili. Jaok 

Blltt, 1-M. C. 
Norman ft Uriel 
>nrtii. Tonniiy 

.N^ Iwu 'I'amlort 

panrtai c.Emit 

Naaon, Frank W* 
.Nye, toai F. 
tiber, Geo. 
OH en, .lo in 1 K. 
m, Henry 
ti'Day. Billy 
Oliver. OGm 
Gviiorii. F. It. 
Oat man, T J. 
OHtmnh Tom J. 
ti'Donnell T. 11. 
I'htton A Itrry 
I'otter Elmer K. 
1'arklnMonMaTy 
I'uri-cU. Wm. 
I'nttMi. W. B. 
I'erea, Fred 
IrFeat, V. C. 
Fowera, Harry 
I'binney. S. F. 
I'rke. Fred 
I'ntton k Perry 
IVintl, .loM.<bli 
ranMB, w. 
Darker. J. B. 
Faullne, J. It. 




I'otter, H. it. 
Pelf. W.iltrr 
I'reaeott Uudley 
I'niil, Owar 
1'MKtou, Gen. 
Parker's M'lbl 

Animal* 
I 'mil, GVear 
Dowers, Howard 
Brier. W. T. 
I'cltler. Kuvvue 
Price. HM L. 
1'olk. CollliiH A 
f'armni itlNtert 
Drii-e, Harry 
I'aHrnutn. K. A. 
I'lnt'-a. CM*. 
I'n'iinl'iiMkh Mr. 
ParaZ Liouei 
Delta, Walt. II. 
I'eaix-e, Alf. C. 
Inrklii, Albert 
l'..'i:o. F. 
Dratt. Dr. 
Fbiekrone. 

Charle4 
I'rrry, Frank L. 
Folk. Jax. D. 
I'tlre. Jnmca B. 
Dolba-k. K. E. 
tjiieen. Tom 
Ojdnn. Drvf.Geo 
i;iiik'--lci-f. v. t: 
Itu hunts. A 

Wllllania 

nut-Tii. a. a. 

Hone. Jack 
Reynold* Arthur 
Itufarll Bros. 
Klo. . Otto 
Hitter A 

Fanahaw 
Itbode*. Geo. W 

l!< ->i ■. --I 

ttldlte. Mr. ft 

'. Mre. A. T. 
Botiutff, l-r.n'l 
Robliitaili Cbu*. 
UukHflH Mualeiil 
|{ulf*ati. A. _, 
iii-i.i- Jack 0. 
Kay. Frank 
lioduey Gi Bert 
liuwe. Harry 
ItockwHI. J. C, 

Ku-H-ii. w. r. 

Uoylaton. C*al« 



.i'»y Mr: ft Mrt 'Ulcbinnn. Chan. 



l-HVll: . 

I.i'.r A Line 
l.«t ft Grant 
Lalunilere, Jo*. 
U'veM.Bvurard 

i.'ir>U, . J. 

Alex. A 
Llewellyn, G. 
U-waDle Otoiir 

Luilwli-k, Mat 



H1/-1. Cbaa. 
Raaam. Aerial 

liiiy. Cbaa. 
liirhanlitm. J.B. 
ili--, J. R. 
linlirlM-ek,i'D. C. 
Il.jlfei.l, C. B. 
!t-ld. John II, 
ttobtiiaon, 1 

■ -. .ijlareiu-e 
Ci ■■■■(. J. x- Clar.i 



Ij-ouaril Italpb C Italaton. Geu 



'jut'tIh, I'ror. 
(Mairhdan) 

1,'i'll--. JulllIM 

Lllllbrldw, Itt- 

l.eeter Bro*. 



IfofaTH !■' (Juii.l 
Knout a V. 
Itolb. f*anH. 
ItobliliH, tieu. A. 
t>tepiier ft .ibi>el 



L.ifuyr(te, A. D b'berwooil, 

L« Pntta, — . I'wf Will 

Lm-UtluH. The [b'i:riliuer, Mani 
Ijiwrpiite. .Sleitli Niort,. Kreil , 
l.unlnic, Arthur 8t. Onge. Fred 
.ludaa)'. Geo.A.jr-ehuUk. Fred J. 
A'\v\*,. Kili;ar Ktarkwenlber. 
Lraem, Koliert I . Harry M, 
Lotto*. Walter Steele, Mr. 
l.i-TfD'ti-*. |r<uloinofi.A1inili. 

II. M ■:■■! Fniltb A Myera 
Markbani Al K. Siiohil, lln*»*]| 
Muiiive, Ned Sterling, Tbe 
Mollcnli-iuer Kd. beelna. Kltlott J 

MiMlllmi, Hobt. Mlolzn Cltaa. 

Mayo. Leon Mill|liitf. L'arl 



HIIIiH-, Caro 

MlMMk'li. Hold. 
Met'all. Wm. 
Uarttella. All 
Mvlk'uliauer. 

■W. F. T. 



Ktely, Glioa. 

Hlair. v.. 
sk.vitTt, Jrinea 
hbean, Al. , 

Muhhi. HeiliL.L 

KeHN*, F. !,. 

Swartoul, Cm-. 

-tiii.-k, Hllford 

naajrjr, George 



"BARRELS" OF MONEY 
IN EDISON COIN-SLOT MACHINES 

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Start one now and reap a fortune. Edison Coin-Slot Machines draw tlie 
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Hftwanl. Jack- 

, ArliMi Trio) 
U.rnlln. Wm. 
Hiriiawci * 
- ' »«f 

Ilonard, Jack 
Hjuii, J. 
Howe. 8am 
Hentoo *. Rce, 1 

UUT0. BUtt 

"•"£■<„ ... B 

HudMtu ft . 

Harrh 



.sttteldx. Frank 
HalmoMle J. 11. 
NutheilMid Jolm 
PiMieer, Alex. 
Smllb ft Baket- 
St. Clair. K-l. 
rieyiiiour Ciaumly 

Taylor. Blllle 
Trcalor, — 

'I'tmrne l>rnm.Co 
Thatcher. Ja«.T 
Troy. I'rttC Jm.-k 
Tt-rl. J. 
IcrrelU C. K. 
Tranaflchl. Mr. 
Troulmduttnt, :t 
IToiral-ia llowad 
Tbwr. ManapT 
TaylorFarrell 

Trk. 
Tonle. Clinx. J. 
Teiincy, E. 
Transflfld T. U, 
Thor, MiivliMl 
TitniM-r. f-Mvanl 
Tliiitiioti-4 ile-i.1] 
Tlnirter I'hll II 
Tniliuo, Jnittr-* 
TlBiony. iliibn 
lueker NeH. E. 
ToiiKbey 1 lrl>Ii 
IMberl 
Tliiuimiw. Cm. II 
Taylor, Itubt. 
Vultliiik-. Mr. 
V'rrfiililaii. 

CbaiitH' 
Va1dlnt,>». TIm: 
\<H>lkel, It. 
Ver V.1II11 A 

K'.llll' Miii 

Val|«*a. MmIc. 
Volo. M. F, 
Vatinlit. Vlrior 
v«i Oe^k.ArHt^ 



Melnell, 
Martini (MaKle 

AfelroMi: ft Elmer 
Meyer, Hum 
)t]irhl,;ill. Myatb: 
Morfian, W. C. 
MoiitroK*. Mat 
SitMorilf. B. F. 
Madell A 

Oirbl^y 
Murphy A 

Itnw 

Mounta k 

Dclmur 
Mncihinabl Mike 
Uurtse, Hid < 

MHiltlctn"", J.J. 

MrAvoy, U-dH 
Murray iK-miii. 
Mr.Mh-li.tel. II. 
Mltrh«lla. TIm; 
KeeKoMHi-Ketialc tt>t,\l\ 

UcKerer, Ur.F. 

M.-Don.iM Kiiluli 
MeCue k f'ulilll 
Mitehell. II. F- 
M<;AJplii Job. T. 
MeCnrthy D. V. 
UrA'-i ■ . Dan 
Murray A 
. - MflfkeyCo 
Manlu b.AI'em... 
M.'irtfi llf.'h. Itteniop. M. 
Maspey ft 'Sirin ABflmbnnl 

■1 Kramer BlefRief A Abja-I 

Mulbollaml T.U .Stanley. Bobtrt 
Mayer, Ja-wb .Htaart, Brof.OK 
MaeJi. IKaror, Ww. 

Cu[>L Rltiftiujli Kraltb, Henri K 
Morgan. I Drake. Heott. Mike 
,... Munn. I'.IIIy Mnarfa Hoarl 
Iluctlty. 3. n 'Mullen ft Corelli t>flttb'l Show, 

Barrets PriMt IVorreii, Cbu, Dkrt|« Colli W 



>earcy, I 
NultlTa:.. 

... Conrad J. 
Sr hiielf-.T. Uerbt 
StllUvaii, Chub 
saiih Harold M 
Kttwyer. Hfcrry C 
MM K.iA. Jr. 
IStoaell, Freil 
ffewart. Venie 
bailUt, W, II. 
Kiam-, <iti>. M. 
Ktnnley, [u,h\ 



Ktlne. LDiH. J. 
Hweattuttn. 

Willi, I'. 
flminoH. K. W. 
fiandera, Deun k 

ttm.dn'<* 
Hetluert ft 

Tboniis 
tilileldt: ft t; m ii . 
bteroll. I-:, li. 
S«:iiO0lfT HM) 
Bnow, A. W. 
Hlejiner. Ben •*'. 
S.i. Jobn; J. I>. 
Mfitalautl, Air, 



\ermni. Rb-hnnl Wtmtl. VrmvU 
Hlllair, Barry 



ii itften. Bon 

Vi'iukm :i» Vlin.'i. 
Vntitterxani.' nln, 
Viola A .Kuat.i 
Vrimm. Curl 
Vokea, llarry It. 
Vivl* ft Vktla 
Vernon. Carl 
M'iiinobi. mm, 

H'alah, Frank 

wiitm-k aiai*. 

Wen ton. Willie 
Wlnemin. K. 
WvrtliliiBinn J.K' 
Widler .v Mnttlil 
Utnuey t'linr. j. 
Wbtteltebl JtnT. 
Uood, A I 
Warda, Al 
Wataoti, llutcli- 
Inni.A K,hvaM- 
WlKnn ~ 
Will la 1 

Freil II. II. 
Watwi,! Jim. K. 
M'd»i i n'eliot 
\V«1 luiv ft 

' Ollmore 
IVeha, Alt nil 
Wood. Liaiw 
Wliwio'i Har. W 
Webb, Walter 
Wll«m..lieo. 
Weld*. AiMtin 
Wuilr II.K.'iv u-.l 
WalertHiry. 

"" Jr, 



Wnlerhnry. KM 
Wraley. Uarrytl 
M'bHe. fieo. II. 
W'alllck. .ifv II 
Wiitterf. Tihh 
Wnn, 1 in-.. 
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H l|iu.it. lUrrle 
WllllnmN. tlrlfl 
Weld). Waller 
\«lille. Jink 
Willie, l.'llntontl 
tt'owl. W. V. 
WVfL He Fori-at 
Willhinia Paaa* 
wiiton. J. n. 
W*t*oiJ. Ceo. K 
VVilh t\i.. Jean 
WoHe. Jno. H. 
wfllhinw, Uvvrv 
iv. -1 ft ua. 
Wllllniiw. l»an 
Wanl. Iln 'i'.' 
Werta ft, Jndip* 
Walter Urn. 1*. 
World, Jm». W. 
WllllnniK. 

Freil II. 
Well*. Our H. 
Writer. I 'Ml II. 
Walter*. Hilly 
iVelab. Mr. 
Wltiilelil. Ora. 
Wilkin*. J. K. 
Voiina. IJaaa. 
Voime. Jui'iih 
Vnuni;. Lnnian A 
ii-i.arr. \Ym. II. 
Vwt. Il.ir-f 
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Ve>Hiiuii, (J. 
Tuiiiir ft Hr» 

tlllle 
York, CIiih. 
/.iirroiv, Al 

■/,Hv;,l-.|:i, Uto. 

Kanipn. -- 

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Knnnna Clly — All tbe parka lint) lily 
himlnewj litat wi*ek, ihe Fourth of July being 
11 rei:onl Imwker at all of them. 

Klki-TRK' \'\uk iShiii Henjniiilu. niitntiKi'i'l. 
— Creature anil lila bnod tiuenerl their mi- 
nimi Hummer I'luratiemeut nerr luat week, 
und iileiwetl large crowtta. In the Hcuwaii 
ViihiHi- the hill wan: IttiKMrlt mid Held, In 
u slriRlnj; and tiain-liiK turn : Mnrutii'rlto Cor- 
ner, In aunKa; 1. 1' vino ntnl Kelly. In n 
knockabout net, and. the Llji|)ltieoltn, in h 
5»n*-H-nd Iran turn, im the lawn BF d rt wa 
llttHKell, In bin clever blt.-yi.-lu Mltinl. played 
a return enaagemobt, und hotila it ver. Hill 
thla week: Ruaaell and Held, the Day tun 
r . -. ■ >■ 1 h 

Fokkht I'AKK (Muyd llMWIl, tiiittmiterl.- 
The new pulley nf free attrai-tlnnH pnived 11 

mmmmam ncma M. A. i.on^c's Mili- 
tary Baud, with Mute. Hlatwrrakl 8K hoIoIhL 
wan Well received. On the lawn IHanelw 
Slum], in her aarlal at*t ; "llottner." uhi; hi- 
ii'lllffpttt borae, and Mtirtlci Trlu, turn- 
bata,. wertr areeted with applatiHe. . la (Mil 
Heltlelbura Hie vuttdavllle 'tnrna were: Lulu 
Mrt'oDoeir. In mmmttim I'Vrwitula-MHV Uu«. 
In 11 ntUHluil act : tbe Wllaon ilrollicrK. Her 
inuu txunedlauK. and Coia Mlakei and uer 
ljleknnlnnlea. Thla week : 'Hie OMndei Broth- 
era, W, S. I,e t'lmijjte, mid IIIuhboio Itobinnoii. 
In Honklna' Theatre Ihe itlrtttreK nf Ihe Han 
FranelHcn lire and partfmimko ilr<-w well. 
Tltla week, on tbe lawn, tbe Aldeanx. 1 he 
FlylDK De NovaM, and Homier. A feature 
of f.be Fotii-ib or July hill waa Ihe tiinrrl«i(e 
of Martha Tremlwny lo Niijbeb Aftniua. tJIn 
Bvrlau camel driver, ihe corctmmy inkliiji 
|ili!i e on rantela. 

FAIHMUI'NT I'AKK > Hotl IIuhpni hit !. lu til ,1 

keri.^-IJelnei'a Military Hand and the blffh 
tllvlog or Val Jean were rbe urlaHiml attme- 
tlona laid week. Ua Kolirih uf July "'Hie 
fieatrilc-tloh of NaplrH," fiillnw6d hy 11 -II- 
play of Urcwiirks, ivaa given hn it ntriil 
feature. 

CLiPfKkiNna. — .1. Klllboit Catrolla Wild 
Vi'ext Show, under Ihe mannxenient of Walter 
Wiiiimi, jjm'i- i-tlilbltlotiK at Kim Ittti-e Trai-k 
:;, 4, to ifood .itteniUncu. The hlll.mmtlHtnl 
uf an ortrleh rata-, atrer lliruwlnu; and niulnjt. 
hmnin Imatlnjr, and tbe Montana jirln 7 rr- 

l».v rnrt- He|iK-r'(in<]ifiiiRli Clrrita will 

Kive two ahowa here II. 

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Sfe?Tr Orleana — At tbe Went Kml (Tom 
Wlnaton, manager) Ihe banner week uf t|ii> 
Neaaon «»' enjnyeil by Ihla hike leani-f -liijv 
.1-7, and the Fourth waa celebrated In xuiml 
Htyle, wltb idnny eitra utirai'tlotta. In i-<hi- 
Jnnctlon with I'rof. Charlie rialier'a Coneert 
Hand, the kliiialrome and Hue vatidevllle hill, 
tniludlntc: Maya nnd Hutu it. IVre and Wll- 
Kim. Ihe Moanr-lea. und Itei-kleaH Iteckluw. 
Mill for week of H lu-ludeti : Mlolla ediicatetl 
tloga. Ihe Cbameroya, I'cre nud Wllaou, and 
Maya hhiI If ttptvr laet-imd week). 

ATHLtn-ie iMitK.— The twaaon at HiIh imi-k 
tame to a amlden eloae I, Httd the Maud 
Ibinlell Nuvelly Co., wblrh waa ulvlng l'l« 
MllHfiiclfun, left for other iinrtn. II baa not 
t>cun. decided whether the park will reopen 
ranln thla aeanon or. not. The aloekholuVra 
ftaloi that the mm Iihh beafl a blK fluani-lul 
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NotHh, — Tout Wlnaton. the (loixilar maBH- 
ger of the 1st. (Tiarlea Orpbeiim, naa the t-lly 
billed like a clrcinj, uritiotincing Ihe niieitlng 

uf the vaudeville hoitae on Sept, 17 

Adelaide 1-3. D'Vorak. ludy roller akaler. Ii. 
glvluu HVlilbltlotia nightly, to Immense 
rrowda, at the ALdnboti Skating Kink. 

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Ilorfolk.—At Uteau .View Caalno fOlto 
Wella, local' manager), wltb Ibe ekiTaalve 
warm weather, huabietm hua taken a decided 
booru- Mai Hofman antl bla (.-ouiintuy w»-k 
of .Inly if. 

Butir 1 Abb Kinllii. manager). — New people 
week of ,1 : Mandlua Hlalera, Mecta Decker, 
Howell, Sweeney and Dunkirk, and Latnout 
and Mnrle. Bualnetu, la good. 

Al'Mk fUT|k«rxon A Manzle. mRtiagera). — 
No change in Ihe hilt for week of 1). fonpie 
for week of 2 are held over. HualneMi la good. 

AlTMTOjm.ii i.l. M. Barton, manager). — 
People week of 0: Cledorln aod Fierce 1 . Irem 
Sullivan. Inex Lac, and .lohnaon and rirani 
HitalncHa la good. 

Manhattan (Crlnniaii llrua., umnagera). — 
l'euple week of tt: Billy Naamyth. Frank 
Itnpliforrl. Minnie 1'atterwn, Leo -Florence, 
tbo Madderns.. Kamti Wallace, Trlxlo I,e 
Hrnnde, and Maggie 1'euuum. U-i-ims- la 
good. 

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(ro« 1'irla," jt Minbittan Beacb. 



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Moving Picture Outfit 

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with Mrnrl* anil explicit tnatruetloof. 
Tha Field la Larga, comprtitng tb* 

rtgnlftrtliralrn aniltoi-turn rlrcult. alio 
lorral flnlila In f'hiirchr.*.riih1tfl Hchoota, 
l/iflaeii anrl (lonrral I'ublln (lalherlnif. 
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